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Suprematism was a stream in the art, started by a Russian painter of Polish origin - Kazimir Malevich. His abstract paintings from the beginning of the 20th century had a goal to split art from reality and stir and wake up emotions in public. The work of Kazimir Malevich became the icon of Russian modernism. Reproductions of Kazimir Malevich from bimago are the collection of paintings on canvas, among which you can find fascinating works of art, which will fit perfectly into interiors in modern, retro as well as minimalistic styles.

Reproductions of paintings by Malevich

Kazimir Malevich was a Russian painter who revolutionized thinking about art and influenced the development of the 1920s avant-garde. He was the creator of a new direction - suprematism. It consists of an abstract detachment from reality through a complete abandonment of forms. It is an attempt to pursue the essence of the work. Malevich rejected traditional forms of expression in favor of simplicity and minimalism. Suprematist composition is characterized by geometric, simple figures such as circle, square and rectangle. Malevich's best-known painting is "Black Square on White Background." It is a synthesis of the artist's approach to matter, which can be contained in these two, universal colors. Another work worth mentioning is the painting "White Square on White Background". It is described by art critics as the completion of Malevich's experiment. This innovative approach to painting was the beginning of minimalism's development.

Reproductions of avant-garde paintings by Malevich

Outstanding reproductions of paintings by Kazimir Malevich are a real treat for modern art lovers. The works of the father of avant-garde available in the bimago offer will satisfy even the most demanding collector. Malevich's works, thanks to their simple and universal form, will suit any room. They can be successfully hung in the kitchen, living room, bedroom, study and even in the hallway. The paintings will be an original and inspiring addition, especially in interiors decorated in a minimalist or post-industrial style. The limited color palette of the works makes them blend in with both light and dark wall tones. However, Malevich's works should not be combined with wallpaper, which could dominate and distract attention. In order to highlight the reproduction, it is worth placing it above the sofa, table or bed.

Kazimir Malevich

Kazimir Malevich is a Russian painter, educator and philosopher, born in 1879 in Kiev. He was heavily involved in the promotion of communism and Marxist philosophy, which allowed him to take charge of the State Institute of Artistic Culture in Petrograd. In 1930, however, he was arrested by the NKVD: he was charged with the crime of spying for Germany. Kazimir Malevich drew on numerous trends in his painting work - he looked for inspiration in French Impressionism, Russian folk and religious art, as well as Fauvism, Cubism and Abstractionism. The artist is considered the founder of suprematism. The main idea of this direction was the complete detachment of art from reality and the pursuit of maximum simplification of forms. According to this idea, the composition of a painting was to be based on geometric, simple figures - such as a circle, rectangle or square.

Black square on white background Malevich and other works by Malevich

In 1915, Malevich created the painting Black Square on White Background, which is considered the first non-representational work. This work, exhibited at the last Futurist exhibition "0.10" in St. Petersburg in the same year, caused a lot of controversy - some critics viewed it as a revolution in art, while others saw it as a provocation and blasphemy. In the following years Malevich created several copies of the square, varying in format and layout. Among Malevich's well-known paintings, in addition to Black Square on White Background, is "Self-Portrait." Lovers of this type of art may be tempted to decorate their rooms with reproductions of Malevich paintings. Malevich paintings will suit perfectly especially rooms decorated in minimalist and post-industrial style.

Suprematism was a stream in the art, started by a Russian painter of Polish origin - Kazimir Malevich. His abstract paintings from the beginning of the 20th century had a goal to split art from reality and stir and wake up emotions in public. The work of Kazimir Malevich became the icon of Russian modernism. Reproductions of Kazimir Malevich from bimago are the collection of paintings on canvas, among which you can find fascinating works of art, which will fit perfectly into interiors in modern, retro as well as minimalistic styles.

Reproductions of paintings by Malevich

Kazimir Malevich was a Russian painter who revolutionized thinking about art and influenced the development of the 1920s avant-garde. He was the creator of a new direction - suprematism. It consists of an abstract detachment from reality through a complete abandonment of forms. It is an attempt to pursue the essence of the work. Malevich rejected traditional forms of expression in favor of simplicity and minimalism. Suprematist composition is characterized by geometric, simple figures such as circle, square and rectangle. Malevich's best-known painting is "Black Square on White Background." It is a synthesis of the artist's approach to matter, which can be contained in these two, universal colors. Another work worth mentioning is the painting "White Square on White Background". It is described by art critics as the completion of Malevich's experiment. This innovative approach to painting was the beginning of minimalism's development.


Reproductions of avant-garde paintings by Malevich

Outstanding reproductions of paintings by Kazimir Malevich are a real treat for modern art lovers. The works of the father of avant-garde available in the bimago offer will satisfy even the most demanding collector. Malevich's works, thanks to their simple and universal form, will suit any room. They can be successfully hung in the kitchen, living room, bedroom, study and even in the hallway. The paintings will be an original and inspiring addition, especially in interiors decorated in a minimalist or post-industrial style. The limited color palette of the works makes them blend in with both light and dark wall tones. However, Malevich's works should not be combined with wallpaper, which could dominate and distract attention. In order to highlight the reproduction, it is worth placing it above the sofa, table or bed.

Kazimir Malevich

Kazimir Malevich is a Russian painter, educator and philosopher, born in 1879 in Kiev. He was heavily involved in the promotion of communism and Marxist philosophy, which allowed him to take charge of the State Institute of Artistic Culture in Petrograd. In 1930, however, he was arrested by the NKVD: he was charged with the crime of spying for Germany. Kazimir Malevich drew on numerous trends in his painting work - he looked for inspiration in French Impressionism, Russian folk and religious art, as well as Fauvism, Cubism and Abstractionism. The artist is considered the founder of suprematism. The main idea of this direction was the complete detachment of art from reality and the pursuit of maximum simplification of forms. According to this idea, the composition of a painting was to be based on geometric, simple figures - such as a circle, rectangle or square.

Black square on white background Malevich and other works by Malevich

In 1915, Malevich created the painting Black Square on White Background, which is considered the first non-representational work. This work, exhibited at the last Futurist exhibition "0.10" in St. Petersburg in the same year, caused a lot of controversy - some critics viewed it as a revolution in art, while others saw it as a provocation and blasphemy. In the following years Malevich created several copies of the square, varying in format and layout. Among Malevich's well-known paintings, in addition to Black Square on White Background, is "Self-Portrait." Lovers of this type of art may be tempted to decorate their rooms with reproductions of Malevich paintings. Malevich paintings will suit perfectly especially rooms decorated in minimalist and post-industrial style.