Kazimir Malevich

Works of Kazimir Malevich and the era that inspired him and his Suprematism movement.
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Kazimir Malevich, Black Square - 1915

Rodchenko was inspired by the work of Suprematist Kazimir Malevich whose work led to the development of the constructivism movement.

El Lissitzky, 5. Globetrotter (in time), 1923.  Another example of the Suprematist movement.

retroavangarda: “ El Lissitzky – Globetrotter (in Time), 1923 Plate 5 from the portfolio ‘Victory over the Sun’ ”

Pablo Picasso's 'Bowl of Fruit, Violin and Bottle' 1914 is an example of cubism and inspired Malevich in his work.

Pablo Picasso's 'Bowl of Fruit, Violin and Bottle' 1914 is an example of cubism and inspired Malevich in his work.

Lenin and the October Revolution of 1917

Lenin and the October Revolution of 1917

Suprematism art exhibition.  St. Petersburg 1915

A section of Suprematist works by Kazimir Malevich exhibited at the Exhibition, Petrograd, 1915

The cover of 'The Non-Objective World' by Kasimir Malevich

The cover of 'The Non-Objective World' by Kasimir Malevich


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