The principle of painting the walls, surfaces or entire rooms, or entire apartments for the system of Suprematism (death to the Wallpaper)
Painting, 1920, 34×24.8 cm
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Pride of places. Art colonies where artists found inspiration, themes, friends, and success
Creative work is something personal, even intimate. However, in art history, there were quite a number of instances when artists did not only work in co-operation, but lived side by side. Arthive will give an overview of some European art colonies where painters and sculptors admired beautiful landscapes, drank, debated, and in the meantime, created masterpieces, styles, and artistic movements.
Encyclopedia of Painting
Suprematism was one of the most influential trends in abstract art of the twentieth century. It rendered the structure of the universe in simple geometric forms, like a straight line, a rectangle, a circle, a square on a light background, signifying the infinity of space. The ideas of Suprematism, with its countdown marked by the famous Black Square , were embodied in the architecture…