КАЗИМИР МАЛЕВИЧ (KAZIMIERZ MALEWICZ), German: Kasimir Malewitsch, English: Kazimir Malevich) (1879 – 1935), painter and art theorist, pioneer of geometric abstract art and creator of the avant-garde suprematist movement.
For detailed information about Suprematism, He explained the Suprematist theories in his book titled "World Without Objects".
Artistic Style of Kazimir Malevich
The best known of Suprematist works are Black Square (1915/1913) and White on White. (1918) Critics mocked Malevich, saying that he achieved art by rejecting all that is beautiful and pure, such as love for life and love of nature. Malevich, on the other hand, responded to these criticisms by saying that art does not need anyone and that this has been the case since the stars first appeared in the sky. According to Malevich, art exists only for itself and develops for itself.
Kazimir Malevich Works, Paintings
Kazimir Malevich's best-known works;
The Flower Girl (1903), Yellow house landscape (1906), The Bathers (1908), Winter (1909), The head of the peasant girl (1912), The office and the room (1913), The cow and the violin (1913), the English man in Moscow (1914), Black circle (1915), Suprematism (1916), Suprematism (1921-1927) ,Boy (1928-1932), Red cavalry (1928-1932), Summer landscape (1929) , Scythe (1930)