This painting by Kazimir Malevich “Landscape” is somewhat different from the usual for perception of landscapes of other artists. But the master’s word is the law, so let’s try to figure out what the famous Russian abstract artist depicted in his picture, and what he wanted to say with that.
An amazing and very original painting. As if the viewer is in front of a window, and pouring rain is falling behind him. Each time, different pictures emerge before my eyes: it seems that outside the window there is a garden with trees, then some buildings, then a group of people.
The skill of the artist is to convey to the viewer his vision of the world, to show his thoughts, worries and desires. The artist is free to determine the way to convey this, this determines his uniqueness and originality.
Year of painting: 1906.
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Writing technique: oil.
Gallery: no data.