Kazimir Malevich Black Square Art Print
Kazimir Malevich Black Square Art Print
Kazimir Malevich Black Square Art Print

Kazimir Malevich Black Square Art Print (CN17267)

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ABOUT THIS PIECE Kazimir Malevich's Black Square was made in 1913 and the original painting is in State Russian Museum St. Petersburg. The original size of the work is 106,2 x 106,5 cm and is made of oil on canvas. ANALYSIS Malevich painted several versions of this, his most emblematic work, which he later chose as the banner for his own funeral. The first Black Square was painted in 1915 to become the turning point in the development of Russian avant-garde. Painted entirely freehand, without the aid of a template or straightedge, it was intended as a vacant image, which would, however, carry the mark of the painter’s hand in its brushwork. In fact, a close inspection clearly reveals a number of formal and surface irregularities. Malevich always looked upon this work as an icon; in several of his exhibitions, it was hung on the wall at an acute angle – as traditional religious images were hung in Russian homes – and in a corner of the room, as if to create a sacred niche. Malevich’s Suprematist paintings embody a clear sensation of space. The thick local colours battle amongst themselves in a state of complete plastic harmony. The white background is always pure and undiluted, lending his non-objective pictures a sense of chastity and lightness. The absence of heavy frames intensifies this sensation of lightness and flight through space. Black Square was the key painting and, as such, the subject of endless talk and controversy. Malevich’s students and confederates greeted his revelation with delight and understanding and soon began creating works themselves that reflected the overwhelming influence of the master. The Artist: Kazimir Malevich (1879 - 1935) was a Russian avant-garde artist and art theorist, whose pioneering work and writing had a profound influence on the development of non-objective, or abstract art, in the 20th century. In 1915, Malevich laid down the foundations of Suprematism when he published his manifesto, From Cubism to Suprematism.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE PRODUCT Art Movement: Suprematism The Theme of the Work: Abstract

To create this canvas print, the image is printed directly onto an artist-grade 100 % cotton canvas. Our Giclee Museum Quality Prints use inks resistant to fading and allow the tonalities and hues of the Original Painting. An acrylic coating protects the canvas print from dust and moisture. Finished with a suitable colored portion in addition to the size, this canvas print provides an artistic look with depth and texture. art prints on canvas stretched and rolled
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