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Painter, Sculptor, b. 1878 - d. 1935

Kazimir Severinovich Malevich[nb 1] (23 February [O.S. 11] 1879[1] – 15 May 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.[2][3][4][5] Born in Kyiv to an ethnic Polish family, his concept of Suprematism sought to develop a form of expression that moved as far as possible from the world of natural forms (objectivity) and subject matter in order to access "the supremacy of pure feeling"[6] and spirituality.[7][8] Malevich is considered to be part of the Ukrainian avant-garde (together with Alexander Archipenko, Vladimir Tatlin, Sonia Delaunay, Aleksandra Ekster, and David Burliuk) that was shaped by Ukrainian-born artists who worked first in Ukraine and later over a geographical span between Europe and America.[9][10]

Early on, Malevich worked in a variety of styles, quickly assimilating the movements of Impressionism, Symbolism and Fauvism, and after visiting Paris in 1912, Cubism. Gradually simplifying his style, he developed an approach with key works consisting of pure geometric forms and their relationships to one another, set against minimal grounds. His Black Square (1915), a black square on white, represented the most radically abstract painting known to have been created so far[11] and drew "an uncrossable line (…) between old art and new art";[12] Suprematist Composition: White on White (1918), a barely differentiated off-white square superimposed on an off-white ground, would take his ideal of pure abstraction to its logical conclusion.[13] In addition to his paintings, Malevich laid down his theories in writing, such as "From Cubism and Futurism to Suprematism" (1915)[14] and The Non-Objective World: The Manifesto of Suprematism (1926).[15][16]

Malevich's trajectory in many ways mirrored the tumult of the decades surrounding the October Revolution (O.S.) in 1917.[17] In its immediate aftermath, vanguard movements such as Suprematism and Vladimir Tatlin's Constructivism were encouraged by Trotskyite factions in the government. Malevich held several prominent teaching positions and received a solo show at the Sixteenth State Exhibition in Moscow in 1919. His recognition spread to the West with solo exhibitions in Warsaw and Berlin in 1927. From 1928 to 1930, he taught at the Kyiv Art Institute, with Alexander Bogomazov, Victor Palmov, Vladimir Tatlin and published his articles in a Kharkiv magazine, Nova Generatsia (New Generation).[18] But the start of repression in Ukraine against the intelligentsia forced Malevich return to modern-day Saint Petersburg. From the beginning of the 1930s, modern art was falling out of favor with the new government of Joseph Stalin. Malevich soon lost his teaching position, artworks and manuscripts were confiscated, and he was banned from making art.[19][20] In 1930, he was imprisoned for two months due to suspicions raised by his trip to Poland and Germany. Forced to abandon abstraction, he painted in a representational style in the years before his death from cancer in 1935, at the age of 56.

Nonetheless, his art and his writing influenced contemporaries such as El Lissitzky, Lyubov Popova and Alexander Rodchenko, as well as generations of later abstract artists, such as Ad Reinhardt and the Minimalists. He was celebrated posthumously in major exhibits at the Museum of Modern Art (1936), the Guggenheim Museum (1973) and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam (1989), which has a large collection of his work. In the 1990s, the ownership claims of museums to many Malevich works began to be disputed by his heirs.[20]

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            • Kazimir Malevich, 1878-1935
              Apr. 11, 2024

              Kazimir Malevich, 1878-1935

              Est: $10 - $1,000

              National Gallery Of Art, Washington Dc, 1990. The Armand Hammer Museum Of Art And Cultural Center, Los Angeles, 1991. The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, New York. 1991. Copyright 1990. 11.25" X 9.25" Paper Back.

              Berner's Auction Gallery
            • KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1879-1935), HEAD OF A PEASANT
              Apr. 10, 2024

              KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1879-1935), HEAD OF A PEASANT

              Est: $200,000 - $300,000

              Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935), Head of a Peasant Oil on canvas Signed (lower right). 54.5 x 46 cm Provenance: The Eliezer Perel (1908-1994) collection. Mordechai Perel by descent. Purchased by Albert and Olivia Amar in 1989. Notes: Acompanied by a full laboratory report by Lauret Tomas and Helene Mourier (Art Analysis), 2020. All documents available upon request. Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

              Hammersite
            • Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935)
              Apr. 09, 2024

              Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935)

              Est: £200 - £300

              Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935) Portrait; Man in the fields two lithographs in colours, numbered '1762/2000' and '1542/2000' respectively, printed by Mourlot, and published by Galerie Gerald Pilzer, Paris, with blind stamps, and a further 'The State Russian Museum' blind stamp sheet 75.5 x 54.5cm and 75.5 x 54cm, unframed (2) Condition Report: Man in the fields has a tiny brown spot to the upper left margin. Both prints are bright and crisp and present well overall.

              Sworders
            • Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935)
              Apr. 09, 2024

              Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935)

              Est: £200 - £300

              Kazimir Malevich (1879-1935) 'Suprematist Composition No. 56', 1936 lithograph in colours, numbered '1083/1400' in pencil l.l., printed by Mourlot, and published by Galerie Gerald Pilzer, Paris, with blind stamps sheet 93 x 78cm, unframed Condition Report: A light diagonal crease mark to the margin in the bottom right corner. The extreme left edge has some indentations and fold marks. A light handling crease to the left margin, lower centre. The printed area appears to be in good condition and the colours are bright.

              Sworders
            • Kasimir MALEVITCH - Homme dans les champs
              Apr. 03, 2024

              Kasimir MALEVITCH - Homme dans les champs

              Est: €200 - €250

              This description has been translated automatically: Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(after) Man in the fields Color lithograph (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 (photo number is provided as an example) On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp bottom left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (bottom right) Edition produced for the State Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(d'après) Homme dans les champs Lithographie en couleurs (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 (le numéro de photo est fourni à titre d'exemple) Sur vélin d'Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite) Édition réalisée pour le State Russian Museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

              MDP Auction
            • KASIMIR MALEVICH SCULPTURE
              Apr. 03, 2024

              KASIMIR MALEVICH SCULPTURE

              Est: €45 - €90

              MALEVICH, KASIMIR ( Kiev 1878-1935 Saint Petersburg), after, sculpture: "Sportsman" / "SUPREMATISM CONTOUR OF SPORTSMEN", wood, carved and painted. Posthumous, modern production. H. 53.5 cm (partially rubbed and chipped).MALEWITSCH, KASIMIR ( Kiev 1878-1935 Sankt Petersburg), nach, Skulptur: "Sportsman" / "SUPREMATISM CONTOUR OF SPORTSMEN", Holz, geschnitzt und farbig gefasst. Posthume, neuzeitliche Fertigung. H. 53,5 cm (partiell berieben und bestoßen).

              Auktionshaus Rheine
            • RUSSIAN OIL PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO KAZIMIR MALEVICH
              Mar. 31, 2024

              RUSSIAN OIL PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO KAZIMIR MALEVICH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Attributed to Kazimir Malevich, Russian, 1879 to 1935, oil painting on canvas depicting an abstract rural composition with human figures. Signed with initials lower right. Framed. Additionally inscribed in Cyrillic, on the backside. Kazimir Severinovich Malevich was a Russian avant garde artist and art theorist, whose pioneering work and writing had a profound influence on the development of abstract art in the 20th century. His concept of Suprematism sought to develop a form of expression that moved as far as possible from the world of natural forms and subject matter in order to access the supremacy of pure feeling and spirituality. Suprematist Abstract Paintings And Russian Avant Garde Art Collectibles. One of a kind artwork.

              Antique Arena Inc
            • Kasimir MALEVITCH - Homme dans les champs
              Mar. 24, 2024

              Kasimir MALEVITCH - Homme dans les champs

              Est: €190 - €300

              This description has been translated automatically: Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(after) Man in the fields Color lithograph (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 (photo number is provided as an example) On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp bottom left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (bottom right) Edition produced for the State Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(d'après) Homme dans les champs Lithographie en couleurs (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 (le numéro de photo est fourni à titre d'exemple) Sur vélin d'Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite) Édition réalisée pour le State Russian Museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

              MDP Auction
            • KASIMIR MALEVICH Arithmetic.
              Mar. 14, 2024

              KASIMIR MALEVICH Arithmetic.

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              KASIMIR MALEVICH Arithmetic. Lithograph on light tan wove paper, 1913. 127x95 mm; 5x3¾ inches, full margins. Edition of 1000. From Vozropshchem, by Aleksei Kruchenykh. A very good impression. Karshan 4. With— OLGA ROZANOVA Untitled, lithograph, 1913. 100x107 mm; 3⅞x4¼ inches, full margins. Edition of 1000. From Vozropshchem, by Aleksei Kruchenykh.

              Swann Auction Galleries
            • Kasimir MALEVITCH - Homme dans les champs
              Mar. 14, 2024

              Kasimir MALEVITCH - Homme dans les champs

              Est: €200 - €250

              This description has been translated automatically: Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(after) Man in the fields Color lithograph (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 (photo number is provided as an example) On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp bottom left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (bottom right) Edition produced for the State Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(d'après) Homme dans les champs Lithographie en couleurs (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 (le numéro de photo est fourni à titre d'exemple) Sur vélin d'Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite) Édition réalisée pour le State Russian Museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

              Hotel des Ventes De Bruxelles
            • Kasimir Malevitch (1879-1935) (d'après) - Triangle bleu et rectangle noir (1990)
              Mar. 13, 2024

              Kasimir Malevitch (1879-1935) (d'après) - Triangle bleu et rectangle noir (1990)

              Est: €800 - €900

              Lithographie de 1990 par Studio d’Arte Perna - Milano Numérotée en bas à gauche en chiffres romains “/ CC” ( /200 ) Dimensions : 48 x 36 cm Extrait du catalogue général de l’éditeur : Tous les exemplaires sont numérotés et munis d'un Certificat de Garantie avec cachet et signature manuscrite de l'éditeur, ainsi qu'un document juridique d’un notaire, attestant l’authenticité de la signature, de l'édition et la numérotation. Nos éditions sont uniques et irremplaçables : toutes les pierres lithographiques et planches associées sont détruites à la fin du tirage. Nos éditions sont recommandées par la Fédération nationale des galeristes d'Italie Rome, de la Confédération nationale libre du commerce et de l'industrie. (LP Studio d'Arte Perna Milan depuis 1958 Collection d'art et d'auteur

              Absolute Auction
            • KASIMIR MALEVITCH - HOMME DANS LES CHAMPS
              Mar. 10, 2024

              KASIMIR MALEVITCH - HOMME DANS LES CHAMPS

              Est: CHF120 - CHF150

              This description has been translated automatically: Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(after) Man in the fields Color lithograph (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 (photo number is provided as an example) On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp bottom left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (bottom right) Edition produced for the State Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(d'après) Homme dans les champs Lithographie en couleurs (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 (le numéro de photo est fourni à titre d'exemple) Sur vélin d'Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite) Édition réalisée pour le State Russian Museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

              TGP Auction
            • MALEVITCH Kasimir - Homme dans les champs
              Feb. 10, 2024

              MALEVITCH Kasimir - Homme dans les champs

              Est: €150 - €200

              This description has been translated automatically : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(after) Man in the fields Color lithograph (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 (photo number is provided as an example) On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp bottom left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (bottom right) Edition produced for the State Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(d'après) Homme dans les champs Lithographie en couleurs (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 (le numéro de photo est fourni à titre d'exemple) Sur vélin d'Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite) Édition réalisée pour le State Russian Museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

              MDP Auction
            • KAZIMIR MALEVICH (Kiev, 1878 - St. Petersburg, 1935). "Sportsman." Multiple from an original of 1931. Painted wood.
              Jan. 30, 2024

              KAZIMIR MALEVICH (Kiev, 1878 - St. Petersburg, 1935). "Sportsman." Multiple from an original of 1931. Painted wood.

              Est: €600 - €800

              KAZIMIR MALEVICH (Kiev, 1878 - St. Petersburg, 1935). "Sportsman." Multiple from an original of 1931. Painted wood. Measurements: 49 x 14 x 10 cm. Manifold belonging to the iconic "Sportsmen" series, created by Malevich in 1931 in neo-suprematist style. Malevich had arrived at suprematism after an arduous process of reduction of the forms to a geometric essentialism. In 1915 he published his manifesto "From Cubism and Futurism to Suprematism: The New Realism in Painting", whose discourse would be illustrated with his culminating work: "White on White". In his opinion, art should be built from geometrically determined forms, such as the square, the rectangle, the triangle and the circle. But, in the 1930s, he returned to figuration (a figuration that nevertheless did not disregard suprematism), a period in which he created the series of "Deportistas" (Sportsmen). The figures of the "Sportsmen" collection were made and hand-painted in the Russian post-cubist style by one of the founders of abstraction. Russian painter. After studying art at a private academy in Moscow, he first painted impressionist type paintings to evolve soon towards a primitivism inspired by Matisse's fauvism and towards a tubular style similar to Fernand Léger. Kazimir Malevich participated with works of this type in several exhibitions inside and outside Russia; in his travels he met the cubism of Picasso and Braque and the futurism of Umberto Boccioni and Gino Severini, which inspired him creations of cubist formal fragmentation combined with multiplication of the futurist image. But Malevich wished to establish the supremacy of the pure sensibility of simple forms in the figurative arts, and with this aim he founded the Suprematist movement, which became known in 1915 through the work Black Square on a White Background. From then on he alternated works of absolute austerity, such as the black series, with others of greater colorful animation and more dynamism and, on occasions, endowed with a certain sensation of depth. Towards 1918 he leaned towards the most absolute austerity with the series White on white. Malevich abandoned painting to devote himself to teaching and writing and to expound his ideas on art. He taught at the Moscow and Vitebsk academies and at the National School of Applied Arts in Moscow, and directed the Institute for the Study of Artistic Culture in Leningrad. Simultaneously, he designed three-dimensional structures that exerted a great influence on Soviet constructivism. Kazimir Malevich played a fundamental role in the development of the avant-garde: creator, together with Piet Mondrian, of geometric abstraction and inspirer of the work of El Lissitzky and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, he was the starting point for the later evolution of European abstract art, as well as graphic design. The best collection of his work is preserved in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.

              Setdart Auction House
            • MALEVITCH Kasimir - Homme dans les champs
              Jan. 07, 2024

              MALEVITCH Kasimir - Homme dans les champs

              Est: CHF90 - CHF180

              This description has been translated automatically: Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(after) Man in the fields Color lithograph (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 (photo number is provided as an example) On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp bottom left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (bottom right) Edition produced for the State Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(d'après) Homme dans les champs Lithographie en couleurs (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 (le numéro de photo est fourni à titre d'exemple) Sur vélin d'Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite) Édition réalisée pour le State Russian Museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

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            • Pair Polar Bear Perfume Bottles By Brocard & Co.
              Jan. 01, 2024

              Pair Polar Bear Perfume Bottles By Brocard & Co.

              Est: $800 - $1,200

              Offering a pair of these rare perfume bottles by Brocard & Co. Kasimir Malevich (1879-1935) was a Russian avant-garde artist, and he designed the bottle to capitalize on the frenzy over Robert Peary's 1909 trek to the North Pole. The perfume is Severny. Size: 8" tall. Condition: One bottle is fine, the second is missing the inside cover which held the top in place firmly, and has a small flake on the bottom of the top corner.

              Treasureseeker Auctions LLC
            • MALEVITCH Kasimir - Homme dans les champs
              Dec. 12, 2023

              MALEVITCH Kasimir - Homme dans les champs

              Est: CHF100 - CHF150

              This description has been translated automatically : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(after) Man in the fields Color lithograph (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 (photo number is provided as an example) On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp bottom left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (bottom right) Edition produced for the State Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand ORIGINAL CONTENT : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(d'après) Homme dans les champs Lithographie en couleurs (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 (le numéro de photo est fourni à titre d'exemple) Sur vélin d'Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite) Édition réalisée pour le State Russian Museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

              TGP Auction
            • Kasimir MALEVITCH - Homme dans les champs
              Dec. 03, 2023

              Kasimir MALEVITCH - Homme dans les champs

              Est: CHF100 - CHF180

              This description has been translated automatically : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(after) Man in the fields Color lithograph (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 (photo number is provided as an example) On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp bottom left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (bottom right) Edition produced for the State Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand Kasimir MALEVITCH (1878-1935)(d'après) Homme dans les champs Lithographie en couleurs (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 (le numéro de photo est fourni à titre d'exemple) Sur vélin d'Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite) Édition réalisée pour le State Russian Museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée.

              TGP Auction
            • KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1879-1935) "ONE AND MANY" COSTUME DESIGN FOR 'VICTORY OVER THE SUN" 1913
              Nov. 26, 2023

              KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1879-1935) "ONE AND MANY" COSTUME DESIGN FOR 'VICTORY OVER THE SUN" 1913

              Est: $20,000 - $40,000

              Watercolor om paper 1913 36.6 X 27.8 cm Signed in initials (lower right) and inscribed (probably by another hand) "Costume Many" (lower middle). Unidentified inventory label (on the reverse). Literature: Matiushin, M., Livshits, B., and Kruchenykh, A. "Victory Over the Sun The Russian Futurist Opera of 1913". Edited by Patricia Railing. Artists Bookworks, 2009. Notes: Accompanied an expertise and letter of authenticity by Patricia Railing, 2018. In addition a full laboratory report by Laurette Thomas, 2019. All available upon request. Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

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            • KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1879-1935), ATTENTIVE WORKMAN - COSTUME DESIGN FOR 'VICTORY OVER THE SUN"
              Nov. 26, 2023

              KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1879-1935), ATTENTIVE WORKMAN - COSTUME DESIGN FOR 'VICTORY OVER THE SUN"

              Est: $20,000 - $40,000

              Watercolor om paper 1913 33 x 25.8 cm Signed in Cyrilic  and inscribed (probably by another hand) "Attentive Workman" (lower right). Unidentified inventory label (on the reverse). Literature: Matiushin, M., Livshits, B., and Kruchenykh, A. "Victory Over the Sun The Russian Futurist Opera of 1913". Edited by Patricia Railing. Artists Bookworks, 2009. Notes: Accompanied with an expertise and letter of authenticity by Patricia Railing, 2018. Accompanied In addition wih a full laboratory report by Laurette Thomas, 2019. All available upon request. Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

              Hammersite
            • KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1879-1935), UNTITLED (HEAD OF A PEASANT)
              Nov. 26, 2023

              KAZIMIR MALEVICH (1879-1935), UNTITLED (HEAD OF A PEASANT)

              Est: $120,000 - $200,000

              Oil on canvas 1912 Signed in Cyrillic (lower right). 46.3 x 32.2 cm Provenance: The "Museum Of Pictorial Culture", Russia, 1919-1929 (According the expertise). The Eliezer Perel (1908-1994) collection. Mordechai Perel by descent. Purchased by Albert and Olivia Amar in 1989. Bernard Bensoussan Collection, Tel Aviv, 2007. Notes:  Accompanied by an expertise of authenticity by Patricia Railing, 2007. Available upon request. Acompanied by a full laboratory report by Lauret Tomas (Art Analysis), 2007. All documents available upon request. Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

              Hammersite
            • Kazimir Malevich, Untitled (Study for Province)
              Nov. 10, 2023

              Kazimir Malevich, Untitled (Study for Province)

              Est: $20,000 - $30,000

              Kazimir Malevich Untitled (Study for Province) c. 1911 gouache on paper 13.625 h x 14.875 w in (35 x 38 cm) Signed to lower right 'K. Malevhich'. Sold with a copy of Malevich: Artist and Theoretician by Charlotte Douglas. Literature: Nakov 217 (finalized work) Malevich: Artist and Theoretician, Douglas, pg. 30 (finalized work) This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

              Rago Arts and Auction Center
            • Kasimir MALEVITCH
              Nov. 07, 2023

              Kasimir MALEVITCH

              Est: CHF100 - CHF200

              Kasimir MALEVITCH (1879 - 1935) Homme dans les champs Lithographie d'après une peinture de l'artiste (atelier Mourlot) Non signée Numérotée / 2000 Sur vélin Arches 75.5 x 54 cm Éditée dans Atelier Mourlot (cachet sec en bas à gauche), authentifié par le cachet sec de l'éditeur (en bas à droite). Édition réalisée pour le State Russian museum (Saint-Pétersbourg) portant le cachet sec du musée au milieu de la marge inférieure. Excellent état Sur simple demande, nous pouvons fournir un devis d'expédition et vous envoyer vos acquisitions de façon sécurisée. This description has been translated automatically : Kasimir MALEVITCH (1879 - 1935) Man in the fields Lithograph after a painting by the artist (Mourlot workshop) Unsigned Numbered / 2000 On Arches vellum 75.5 x 54 cm Published in Atelier Mourlot (dry stamp lower left), authenticated by the publisher's dry stamp (lower right). Edition produced for the State Russian museum (Saint Petersburg) bearing the dry stamp of the museum in the middle of the lower margin. Excellent condition We can provide shipping quote and service under demand

              TGP Auction
            • Kazimir Malevich Russian Avant-Garde Abstract Plate
              Sep. 09, 2023

              Kazimir Malevich Russian Avant-Garde Abstract Plate

              Est: $50 - $100

              Kazimir Malevich Russian Avant-Garde Abstract Plate. This is a fantastic plate featuring the work of the great Russian Avant-Garde artist Kazimir Malevich. Stamped on the back is,the Museum of Fine Arts, Ekaterinburg,Russia. Dimensions are 10.25 in h x 10.25 in w x 1 in d. Condition is very good. There is minor wear on the bottom.Please call or email for a detailed condition report.

              Public Sale Auction House
            • Kazimir Severinovich Malevich (Russian, 1878-1935) Lithograph On Wove Paper, Cow And Viola, H 25" W 13"
              Jul. 28, 2023

              Kazimir Severinovich Malevich (Russian, 1878-1935) Lithograph On Wove Paper, Cow And Viola, H 25" W 13"

              Est: $400 - $600

              Signed lower right. Numbered 33/99. Provenance: Property from a Bloomfield Township, MI private collection.

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            • RUSSIAN MIXED MEDIA PAINTING BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH
              Jul. 15, 2023

              RUSSIAN MIXED MEDIA PAINTING BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Kazimir Malevich, Russian, 1879 to 1935, mixed media painting on paper depicting a Suprematist composition. Signed with initials lower left. Framed. Kazimir Severinovich Malevich was a Russian avant-garde artist and art theorist, whose pioneering work and writing had a profound influence on the development of abstract art in the 20th century. His concept of Suprematism sought to develop a form of expression that moved as far as possible from the world of natural forms and subject matter in order to access the supremacy of pure feeling and spirituality. Suprematist Abstract Paintings And Russian Avant Garde Art Collectibles. One of a kind artwork.

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            • RUSSIAN PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO KAZIMIR MALEVICH
              Jul. 08, 2023

              RUSSIAN PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO KAZIMIR MALEVICH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Watercolor painting on paper attributed to Kazimir Malevich, 1879 to 1935, was a Russian avant-garde artist and art theorist. The artwork is a cover sketch for the poetry collection Troye, The Three, by futurist artists Velimir Khlebnikov, Alexei Kruchyonykh, and Elena Guro. Dated 1913. The book was published by the Crane Publishing House in Saint Petersburg, circulation of 500 copies. A copy of the final cover design is attached to the backside of the frame. Kruchonykh and Malevich also worked together for the Victory Over the Sun opera, the set design of which featured the first Black Square. Russian Abstract Graphic Art, Antiquarian Collectibles.

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            • SUPREMATISTISCHER TELLER
              Jul. 04, 2023

              SUPREMATISTISCHER TELLER

              Est: CHF160 - CHF320

              Russland, 2.Hälfte 20.Jh. Porzellan, weiss glasiert. Im Spiegel polychromer, schablonierter Dekor nach einem Entwurf von Kasimir Sevrinovitch Malevich (1878–1935). D 31,5 cm.

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            • RUSSIAN COSTUME DESIGN SKETCH BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH
              Jul. 01, 2023

              RUSSIAN COSTUME DESIGN SKETCH BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Color pencils and graphite on paper drawing by Kazimir Malevich, 1879 to 1935, a Russian Avant-Garde artist and art theorist. A sketch of a costume for the Victory Over The Sun opera, the character of a sportsman. Dated 1913. Signed by the artist in the lower right. White mat, wooden frame. Collectible Russian Avant Garde Graphic Art, Suprematism.

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            • Malewitsch, Kasimir (1879 Kiew - St. Petersburg 1935), nach
              Jun. 24, 2023

              Malewitsch, Kasimir (1879 Kiew - St. Petersburg 1935), nach

              Est: €80 - €96

              Suprematistische Teekanne, weiß. Haarriss. Nach dem Entwurf von 1923 für die Staatliche Porzellanmanufaktur St. Petersburg. Ohne Marke. Ausführung Ende 20./Anf. 21. Jh. H. 17,5 cm.

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            • Kasimir Malevitch (1879-1935), after, Composition Suprématiste (1916) - c. 1980
              Jun. 20, 2023

              Kasimir Malevitch (1879-1935), after, Composition Suprématiste (1916) - c. 1980

              Est: €200 - €300

              Kasimir Malevitch (1879-1935), after, Composition Suprématiste (1916) - c. 1980 Lithograph on wove paper Dated"1936" in the plate and numbered "840/1400" in pencil Printer's and publisher's blindstamps Publisher Galerie Gérard Piltzer, Paris in collaboration with the Russian Museum of St Petersburg Printer Mourlot, Paris 94 × 78 cm (S) Kasimir Malevitch (1879-1935), d'après Composition Suprématiste (1916) - c. 1980 Lithographie sur papier vélin Datée "1936" dans la planche et numérotée "840/1400" au crayon Timbres secs d'imprimeur et d'éditeur Éditeur Galerie Gérard Piltzer, Paris en collaboration avec le musée Russe de Saint-Pétersbourg Imprimeur Mourlot, Paris 94 × 78 cm (F)

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            • Kasimir Malewitsch: Nikolai Punin. Pervyi tsikl lektsii chitannykh na kratkosrochnykh kursakh dlia uchitelei risovaniia [Erste Serie von Vorlesungen. Gegeben in einem Workshop für Zeichenlehrer]
              Jun. 15, 2023

              Kasimir Malewitsch: Nikolai Punin. Pervyi tsikl lektsii chitannykh na kratkosrochnykh kursakh dlia uchitelei risovaniia [Erste Serie von Vorlesungen. Gegeben in einem Workshop für Zeichenlehrer]

              Est: CHF5,999 - CHF6,000

              Kasimir Malewitsch (Kiew 1878 - 1935 Leningrad) Nikolai Punin. Pervyi tsikl lektsii chitannykh na kratkosrochnykh kursakh dlia uchitelei risovaniia [Erste Serie von Vorlesungen. Gegeben in einem Workshop für Zeichenlehrer] Petrograd, NKP, 1920 Broschur, 84 Seiten, Umschlaggestaltung von Malewitsch / Softcover, 84 pages, cover design by Malevich 1920 21,7x14,3 cm / 21.7x14.3 cm Literatur / Literature Margrit Rowell/Deborah Wye, The Russian Avantgarde Book 1910-1934, New York, The Museum of Modern Art, 2002, Nr. 306 und pag. 151, erschienen anlässlich der gleichnamigen Ausstellung Margrit Rowell/Deborah Wye, The Russian Avantgarde Book 1910-1934, New York, The Museum of Modern Art, 2002, no. 306 and pag. 151, published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name. Zustand / Condition In rosa Umschlag, mit Illustrationen auf der Vorder- und Rückseite, sowohl innen als auch aussen. Das Cover verfärbt, mit Knittern und Einrissen, insbesondere am Buchrücken. Die Textseiten stellenweise fleckig In pink wrappers, with illustrations on the front and back, both inside and out. The cover discoloured, with creases and tears, especially on the spine. The text pages stained in places Erläuterungen / Comments Bedeutende suprematistische Publikation, erschienen in einer Auflage von 1500 bis 2000 Exemplaren Important suprematist publication, published in an edition of 1500 to 2000 copies. Erwartete Ausrufzeit / Estimated Auction Time of Lot (+/- 30min) 15.06.2023; 11:50 h (MEST / CET) For further information visit our Website (www.kornfeld.ch)

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            • RUSSIAN PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO KAZIMIR MALEVICH
              May. 06, 2023

              RUSSIAN PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO KAZIMIR MALEVICH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Watercolor painting on paper attributed to Kazimir Malevich, 1879 to 1935, was a Russian avant-garde artist and art theorist. The artwork is a cover sketch for the poetry collection Troye, The Three, by futurist artists Velimir Khlebnikov, Alexei Kruchyonykh, and Elena Guro. Dated 1913. The book was published by the Crane Publishing House in Saint Petersburg, circulation of 500 copies. A copy of the final cover design is attached to the backside of the frame. Kruchonykh and Malevich also worked together for the Victory Over the Sun opera, the set design of which featured the first Black Square. Russian Abstract Graphic Art, Antiquarian Collectibles.

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            • Kazimir Malevich, Abstract, Oil on Board
              Apr. 29, 2023

              Kazimir Malevich, Abstract, Oil on Board

              Est: $800 - $1,000

              Kazimir Malevich (Russian, 1879-1935), abstract, oil on board, 13 1/2" x 8 7/8", framed 19 1/4" x 15 1/4". Provenance: Marlborough, Massachusetts collection.

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            • [Kazimir Malevich. Russian]. Illustration for the play "Anatema" (Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre). - Russian Empire, 20th cent. - 22,9x20,7 cm.
              Apr. 27, 2023

              [Kazimir Malevich. Russian]. Illustration for the play "Anatema" (Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre). - Russian Empire, 20th cent. - 22,9x20,7 cm.

              Est: €120 - €240

              [Kazimir Malevich. Russian]. Illustration for the play "Anatema" (Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre). - Russian Empire, 20th cent. - 22,9x20,7 cm. Illustration to the play "Anathema", which was banned in the Russian Empire (Moscow Art Theater, L. Andreev). The scene "The mother of the deceased child begs Lazarus to resurrect him". Phototype on the drawing of Kazimir Malevich. In the lower right corner is the monogram "KM". Original passepartout is substituted (original captions are saved). The play "Anatema" based on the drama by Leonid Andreev was staged at the Moscow Art Theater in 1909 and was almost immediately banned throughout the Empire. Kazimir Malevich executed a number of drawings and phototypes for the performance. It is believed that his works could also have been censored after the production, therefore they are considered rare.

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            • NATALIA GONCHAROVA (1881-1962) KASIMIR MALEVICH (1878-1935) LGA ROZANOVA Tw
              Apr. 25, 2023

              NATALIA GONCHAROVA (1881-1962) KASIMIR MALEVICH (1878-1935) LGA ROZANOVA Tw

              Est: $8,800 - $14,200

              NATALIA GONCHAROVA (1881-1962) KASIMIR MALEVICH (1878-1935) LGA ROZANOVA Two works by each artist Largest Overall: 10 x 6 1/4 x 1/2 in. (254 x 159 x 12 mm.) (4)

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            • Kasimir Malewitsch (1879-1935)-Graphic
              Mar. 30, 2023

              Kasimir Malewitsch (1879-1935)-Graphic

              Est: €100 - €200

              Kasimir Malewitsch (1879-1935)-Graphic, composition lithography on paper , signed and numbered framed under glass on the reverse certificate 71x53 cm

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            • KASIMIR MALEVICH (1878-1935), SUPREMATISM
              Mar. 19, 2023

              KASIMIR MALEVICH (1878-1935), SUPREMATISM

              Est: $1,000,000 - $3,000,000

              Oil on canvas 1916/17 Signed and titled (on the reverse). 80 x 49.4  cm Provenance: Private collection Cologne, Germany. Private collection, Israel. According to the letter of authenticity, the painting " Literature: Railing, Patricia, Malevich Paints - The Seeing Eye, Artists-Bookworks, 2013, p. 240. Excerpt from the above: "There are number of canvases of 1916 and 1917 in which Malevich explored such effects of luminosity as the appear in the paintings that originate in color masses seen in the eye's visual field when stimulated by the sun. Supermatism (6|43), as it is titled on the back of the canvas is a fine example of this....This painting is a study in luminosities between very bright and very dark....The large dark oval plane would suggest the sun, the afterimage of which always turns black in the over-stimulated eye. its elliptical shape is caused by the head shifting downwards and the eye carrying with it an afterimage. The long vertically-inclined bar is linked to the smaller bars and planes in the bottom part of the composition, afterimages in the eye's visual field alternating between light and dark, red and blue, as the light changes. The high luminosity of the ground shifts between whitish pink to the soft yellows in a more feeble light." Notes: According to the literature two scientific reports exist. The report by Laurette Thomas from 2007 is available upon request. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity 2007 by Patricia Railing. See link here. From the certificate: Malevich showed 60 canvas in the "Moscow Kanve of Diamonds" in 1916, all grouped under one title "Supermatism of Painting". Only 4 of these 60 paintings have been identified, 3 of them from the 1915 exhibition "Last Futurist Exhibition of Paintings". So if Malevich shoed other paintings from 1915, even all of them, then there would be at least 20 new paintings of 1916, However, based on his usual practice of exhibiting all new work unless specified in the catalogue, and because the exhibition was dominated by the Supremus Society of Artists which would suggest that Malevich's work, too, fell somethin like at least 50 new paintings. At present there are about 30 known paintings dated 1916. Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

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            • ABSTRACT RUSSIAN OIL PAINTING BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH
              Mar. 04, 2023

              ABSTRACT RUSSIAN OIL PAINTING BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Kazimir Malevich, Russian, 1879 to 1935, oil painting on canvas depicting a suprematist composition. Signed with initials lower left. Framed. Kazimir Severinovich Malevich was a Russian avant garde artist and art theorist, whose pioneering work and writing had a profound influence on the development of abstract art in the 20th century. His concept of Suprematism sought to develop a form of expression that moved as far as possible from the world of natural forms and subject matter in order to access the supremacy of pure feeling and spirituality. Abstract Paintings And Russian Avant Garde Art Collectibles. One of a kind artwork.

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            • KAZIMIR MALEVICH, SUPREMATIST COMPOSITION (MONA LISA), LITHOGRAPH
              Feb. 04, 2023

              KAZIMIR MALEVICH, SUPREMATIST COMPOSITION (MONA LISA), LITHOGRAPH

              Est: $2,000 - $2,500

              Artist: Kazimir Malevich, After, Russian (1878 - 1935) Title: Suprematist Composition (Mona Lisa) Medium: Lithograph, facsimile signed: Image Size: 25.5 x 20 inches Size: 33 x 24.5 in. (83.82 x 62.23 cm) Frame Size: 34 x 29 inches

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            • RUSSIAN ABSTRACT OIL PAINTING BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH
              Jan. 07, 2023

              RUSSIAN ABSTRACT OIL PAINTING BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Oil on paper painting by Kazimir Malevich, 1879 to 1935, a Russian avant-garde artist and art theorist. A sketch of an abstract composition with a red cross and circle. Signed by the artist and dated 1923 in pencil in the lower left. Russian Avantgarde Art For Collectors.

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            • ABSTRACT COMPOSITION PAINTING BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH
              Dec. 10, 2022

              ABSTRACT COMPOSITION PAINTING BY KAZIMIR MALEVICH

              Est: $100 - $150

              Kazimir Malevich, Russian, 1879 to 1935, an oil on paper suprematist composition painting. Signed lower left. Stamped lower right. Framed. Kazimir Severinovich Malevich was a Russian avant-garde artist and art theorist, whose pioneering work and writing had a profound influence on the development of abstract art in the 20th century. His concept of Suprematism sought to develop a form of expression that moved as far as possible from the world of natural forms and subject matter in order to access the supremacy of pure feeling and spirituality. Abstract Paintings And Russian Avant Garde Art Collectibles.

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            • Attrib. Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), Preparation for the Poster of the First Conference for Rural Poverty
              Nov. 28, 2022

              Attrib. Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), Preparation for the Poster of the First Conference for Rural Poverty

              Est: $10,000 - $20,000

              Attrib. Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), Preparation for the Poster of the First Conference for Rural Poverty Pencil, ink, watercolor and gouache on paper 1918 26 x 25.5 cm Unidentified seal (on the reverse). Provenance: The Eliezer Perel (1908-1994) collection. Mordechai Perel by descent. Purchased by Albert and Olivia Amar in 1989. Notes: Traces of a signature under the right bottom outline Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

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            • Attrib. Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), Costume Design for the Production of "Victory Over the Sun"
              Nov. 28, 2022

              Attrib. Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), Costume Design for the Production of "Victory Over the Sun"

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Attrib. Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), Costume Design for the Production of "Victory Over the Sun" Pencil and watercolor on paper 1913 31.7 x 23.2 cm Signed (lower left) and inscribed in Russian (lower right and upper right). Provenance: The Eliezer Perel (1908-1994) collection. Mordechai Perel by descent. Purchased by Albert and Olivia Amar in 1989. Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

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            • Kazimir Malevich (Ukranian, 1879-1935) Sportsmen Sculpture for the Guggenheim Museum
              Sep. 18, 2022

              Kazimir Malevich (Ukranian, 1879-1935) Sportsmen Sculpture for the Guggenheim Museum

              Est: $200 - $2,000

              Kazimir Malevich (Ukranian, 1879 - 1935). Sportsmen sculpture for the Guggenheim Museum, modeled after the original. Painted paper mache. Marked Guggenheim Museum 1996 SRGFto underside of base.Kazimir Severinovich Malevich was a Polish-Ukrainian Russian avant-garde artist and art theorist, whose pioneering work and writing had a profound influence on the development of non-objective art and post modernism in the 20th century. Inspired by The Sportsmen painting and sketches, these hand painted figurines are as bold and colorful today as when they were conceived at the dawn of the abstract Modernist movement commencing the twentieth century. Rendered in three dimensions, their simplified color block formation holds up, creating an arresting sculpture piece for any environment. Dimensions: 19 1/4" high x 4" square at base. Condition: Very good, with very minor losses of paint to the bottom edge of the base.

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            • Kazimir Malevich (Ukranian, 1879-1935) Sportsmen Sculpture for the Guggenheim Museum
              Sep. 18, 2022

              Kazimir Malevich (Ukranian, 1879-1935) Sportsmen Sculpture for the Guggenheim Museum

              Est: $200 - $2,000

              Kazimir Malevich (Ukranian, 1879 - 1935). Sportsmen sculpturefor the Guggenheim Museum, modeled after the original. Painted paper mache. Marked Guggenheim Museum 1996 SRGFto underside of base. KazimirSeverinovich Malevich was a Polish-Ukrainian Russian avant-garde artist and art theorist, whose pioneering work and writing had a profound influence on the development of non-objective art and post modernism in the 20th century.Inspired byThe Sportsmenpainting and sketches,these hand painted figurines are as bold and colorful today as when they were conceived at the dawn of the abstract Modernist movement commencing the twentieth century. Rendered in three dimensions, their simplified color block formation holds up, creating an arresting sculpture piece for any environment. Dimensions: 19 1/2" high x 4" square at the base. Condition: Very good,with very minor losses of paint to the bottom edge of the base.

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            • Kasimir Malevich (1879-1935), copy
              Aug. 29, 2022

              Kasimir Malevich (1879-1935), copy

              Est: -

              Kasimir Malevich (1879-1935), copy after, ''The Woodcutter'', anonymous copy 2nd half of the 20th century, after the original from 1912 in Amsterdam, oil on wood panel, unsigned, 52 x 42 cm

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            • Kasimir Sevrinovitch Malevvich (1878-1935), Costume Design for "Victory Over the Sun" (opera)
              Jul. 10, 2022

              Kasimir Sevrinovitch Malevvich (1878-1935), Costume Design for "Victory Over the Sun" (opera)

              Est: $10,000 - $20,000

              Pencil, watercolor and ink on paper 1913 Signed in initials and inscribed in Cyrillic (lower right). 33 x 21 cm Notes: Inscribed 34 in ink and another ink inscription. Provenance: The Eliezer Perel (1908-1994) collection. Mordechai Perel by decent. Purchased by Albert and Olivia Amar in 1989. (for a copy the notarized contract, email us at: [email protected]) Condition: For a detailed condition report, please contact us at [email protected]

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