Peasant in the Fields
Peasant in the Fields C.1929
Limited Edition (2000)
Atelier Moulot Blind Stamp
The State Russian Museum Blind Stamp
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This piece was painted just at Malevich started painting following his trip abroad in 1927. This piece blends figurative with his abstract ideals of Suprematism. Russia’s political context of the time has a great impact on this piece – the faceless figure is alienated in the landscape which despite its bold colours keeps the figure separate. There is no connection. Making this a fabulous example of the isolationism that we can only image that the artist must have been feeling at that time.
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