Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Malevich, Hermitage Museum Editions’, ca. 1985, David Lawrence Gallery
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Malevich, Hermitage Museum Editions, ca. 1985

Original Period Lithographic Museum Exhibition Poster
36 1/2 × 24 1/2 in
92.7 × 62.2 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$850
Location
Beverly Hills
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About the work
David Lawrence Gallery
Beverly Hills

Very rare Poster Printed in the Netherlands by Phoenix & Den Oudsten bv, Rotterdam. Published …

Medium
Posters
Condition
Excellent Thicker Paper Poster,Color's and Paper fresh, will frame up beautifully
Signature
Not Signed, not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Publisher
Hermitage Museum Editions, Greenhoue Publications, Antwerpe en, Belgium
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich
Russian, 1879–1935
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A pioneer of geometric abstraction, Kasimir Malevich wrote a manifesto, From Cubism to Suprematism: The New Realism in Painting, and founded the Suprematist movement in 1915. For Malevich, painting had to be free of political or social content, purely aesthetic, and concerned only with formal issues of line, shape, and color. Declaring his Black Square (1915) the "zero of form," Malevich signaled an end to pictorial conventions and the origin of a new, modernist language of content-free forms. While Suprematism began before the Revolution of 1917, its influence was pervasive in the early Soviet period until the rise of Social Realism. Although Malevich eventually returned to representational painting, Suprematism had a huge impact on the development of abstract art in the both Soviet Union and in Western Europe.

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David Lawrence Gallery
Beverly Hills

Very rare Poster Printed in the Netherlands by Phoenix & Den Oudsten bv, Rotterdam. Published by Hermitage Museum Editions, and Greenhouse Publications, Antwerpen, Belgium

Medium
Posters
Condition
Excellent Thicker Paper Poster,Color's and Paper fresh, will frame up beautifully
Signature
Not Signed, not signed
Certificate of authenticity
Not included
Frame
Not included
Publisher
Hermitage Museum Editions, Greenhoue Publications, Antwerpe en, Belgium
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich
Russian, 1879–1935
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A pioneer of geometric abstraction, Kasimir Malevich wrote a manifesto, From Cubism to Suprematism: The New Realism in Painting, and founded the Suprematist movement in 1915. For Malevich, painting had to be free of political or social content, purely aesthetic, and concerned only with formal issues of line, shape, and color. Declaring his Black Square (1915) the "zero of form," Malevich signaled an end to pictorial conventions and the origin of a new, modernist language of content-free forms. While Suprematism began before the Revolution of 1917, its influence was pervasive in the early Soviet period until the rise of Social Realism. Although Malevich eventually returned to representational painting, Suprematism had a huge impact on the development of abstract art in the both Soviet Union and in Western Europe.

Malevich, Hermitage Museum Editions, ca. 1985

Original Period Lithographic Museum Exhibition Poster
36 1/2 × 24 1/2 in
92.7 × 62.2 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$850
Location
Beverly Hills
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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