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#8 – Russian Constructivism: Kandinsky and Malevich


Wassily Kandinsky (1866 – 1944)

  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

Russian Beauty in the Landscape.

1906.

Private collection.


  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

Blue Mountain.

1908–9.

New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.


  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

Landscape with Campanile.

1909.

Estate of the artist.


  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

The Cow.

1910.

Monaco.


  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

Improvisation #30.

1913.

Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago.


  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

Black Lines.

1913.

New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.


  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

Composition #3.

1914.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

Fragment 2 from ‘Composition VII’.

1913.

Buffalo: Albright-Knox Gallery.


  Wassily KANDINSKY  (1866–1944).

Tempered Elan.

1944.

Private collection.


Franz Marc (1880 – 1916)

  Franz MARC  (1880–1916).

Red Horses.

1908.

Private collection.


  Franz MARC  (1880–1916).

Blue Horses.

1911.

Minneapolis.


  Franz MARC  (1880–1916).

Mandrill.

1913.

Munich.


  Franz MARC  (1880–1916).

Animal Destinies.

1913.

Basel.


Alexej Jawlensky (1864 – 1941)

  Alexej JAWLENSKY  (1864–1941).

The Hunchback.

1911.

Private collection.


Mikhail Larionov (1881 – 1914)

  Mikhail LARIONOV  (1881–1914).

The Glasses.

1911.

New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.


  Mikhail LARIONOV  (1881–1914).

Rayonist Composition: Domination of Red.

1911.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


Natalia Goncharova (1881 – 1962)

  Natalia GONCHAROVA  (1881–1962).

Flight into Egypt.

1912.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Natalia GONCHAROVA  (1881–1962).

The Forest.

1913.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Natalia GONCHAROVA  (1881–1962).

Green Forest.

1912.

Private collection.


  Natalia GONCHAROVA  (1881–1962).

Cats.

1913.

New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.


Kasimir Malevich (1878 – 1935)

  Kasimir MALEVICH  (1878–1935).

The Knife Grinder.

1912.

New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery.


  Kasimir MALEVICH  (1878–1935).

Woman with Water Pails.

1912.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Kasimir MALEVICH  (1878–1935).

Woman Before an Advertising Column.

1914.

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum.


  Kasimir MALEVICH  (1878–1935).

Private of the First Division.

1914.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Kasimir MALEVICH  (1878–1935).

Suprematist Painting.

1915.

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum.


  Kasimir MALEVICH  (1878–1935).

Suprematist Composition: Black and Red Squares.

1914–16.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Kasimir MALEVICH  (1878–1935).

Suprematist Composition White on White.

1918.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


Lyubov Popova (1889 – 1924)

  Lyubov POPOVA  (1889–1924).

Architectonic Painting.

1917.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Lyubov POPOVA  (1889–1924).

The Traveler.

1915.

Pasadena: Norton Simon Museum.


  Lyubov POPOVA  (1889–1924).

Stage Set for Magnanimous Cuckold.

1922.


Gustav Klucis (1895 – 1944)

  Gustav KLUCIS  (1895–1944).

Radio Announcer.

1922.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


Vladimir Tatlin (1885 – 1953)

  Vladimir TATLIN  (1885–1953).

Corner Relief.

1914.

Destroyed.


  Vladimir TATLIN  (1885–1953).

Study for Counter Relief.

1914.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Vladimir TATLIN  (1885–1953).

Counter Relief.

1914.

Destroyed.


  Vladimir TATLIN  (1885–1953).

Monument to the Third International.

1920.

reproduction.


Alexander Rodchenko (1891 – 1956)

  Alexander RODCHENKO  (1891–1956).

Non-Objective Painting.

1919.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Alexander RODCHENKO  (1891–1956).

Composition.

1918.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Alexander RODCHENKO  (1891–1956).

Assembling for a Demonstration.

1928.

photograph.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Alexander RODCHENKO  (1891–1956).

At the Telephone.

1928.

photograph.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


El Lissitsky (1890 – 1941)

  El LISSITSKY  (1890–1941).

Proun Composition: The New Man.

1920–21.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  El LISSITSKY  (1890–1941).

Suprematist Story.

1920.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  El LISSITSKY  (1890–1941).

The Announcer.

1920–21.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


Naum Gabo (1890 – 1972)

  Naum GABO  (1890–1972).

Head of a Woman.

1916–17.

New York: Museum of Modern Art.


  Naum GABO  (1890–1972).

Construction in Space No. 4.

1958.

New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.


  Naum GABO  (1890–1972).

Linear Construction.

1953.

Private collection.


Antoine Pevsner (1886 – 1962)

  Antoine PEVSNER  (1886–1962).

Developable Column.

1942.

bronze.


 
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