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Malevich

[ muh-ley-vich; Russian muh-lye-vyich ]

noun

  1. Kasimir [kaz, -, uh, mir], 1878–1935, Russian painter: founder of suprematism.


Malevich

/ ˈmalɪvitʃ /

noun

  1. MalevichKasimir18781935MRussianARTS AND CRAFTS: painter Kasimir (kəziˈmir). 1878–1935, Russian painter. He founded the abstract art movement known as Suprematism


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Although Malevich was probably more Duchampian than we realize.

In making the Black Paintings, Reinhardt may have been as indebted to Duchamp as to Malevich and Barnett Newman.

It has all the complexity of a really superb abstract painting, by Malevich, say, or maybe Jo Baer.

Newell was working in a mode of Geometric Abstraction that derives from Malevich and Mondrian.

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