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Malevich (Great Modern Masters) By Edited by Jose Maria Faerna

Malevich (Great Modern Masters)
by Edited by Jose Maria Faerna

Focusing on Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), one of the great pioneers of 20th-century abstract art, this is one of a series of illustrated monographs which offer introductions to modern art and artists. Each book presents a profile of the artist and analysis of his distinctive style.

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Focusing on Kazimir Malevich (1878-1935), one of the great pioneers of 20th-century abstract art, this is one of a series of illustrated monographs which offer introductions to modern art and artists. Each book presents a profile of the artist and analysis of his distinctive style. Malevich was a major figure in the Russian avant-garde, and a founder of Suprematism, which became the basis for most later trends in abstract painting. His life and work are traced from his early years to his triumphants Suprematist period, including his abanconment of painting altogether in 1918, in favour of teaching and designing architecture and objects for daily use.

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GOR006088959
Malevich (Great Modern Masters)
Edited by Jose Maria Faerna
Very Good
Hardback
Abrams
1990-01-01
64
0810946912
9780810946910
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