Bathers Seen from Behind by Kazimir Malevich

Bathers Seen from Behind is a figurative painting by Kazimir Malevich which is dated to around 1909. The artist made use of many styles in the early part of his career and most have classified this piece as from the Fauvist movement. It is the use of bright colours which specifically connects to the Fauvist … Read more

Bathers by Kazimir Malevich

Купальщицы, or Bathers, was produced by Kazimir Malevich in 1908. It is considered by some to have been a sketch and study rather than a completed artwork because of the lack of detail upon the three main figures. You will notice how the background is entirely complete, giving us a scene akin to the career … Read more

Bather by Kazimir Malevich

Bather is a memorable figurative painting by Kazimir Malevich from 1911, whose original Russian title was Купальщик. In now resides within the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands and is broadly classified as a Fauvist painting because of the bright tones used by the artist. This portrait features elongated, over-sized body parts as a male figure makes … Read more

Aviator in Victory over the Sun by Kazimir Malevich

Malevich would capture the lives of local peasants and farm workers within his portraits, both in paintings and drawings. He would normally use the latter as a means to prepare his future paintings, with figurative art being amongst the most challenging of genres. This charming portrait captures the artist’s method of leaving faces blank which … Read more

Autumn Landscape with Yellow House by Kazimir Malevich

Autumn Landscape with Yellow House was an abstract landscape scene produced by Russian painter Kazimir Malevich in 1906, making it one of the earliest paintings from his career. This very small artwork was produced on cardboard using oils and underlines how the artist worked in the earlier part of his career. He had trained in … Read more