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Non-Objective Composition, c.1920. Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova was a Russian avant-garde artist, painter and designer. In 1916 she joined the Supremus group with Malevich, the founder of Suprematism. The creation of a new kind of painting was part of the revolutionary urge of the Russian avant-garde to remake the world. However there was a tension between those who, like Malevich saw art as a spiritual quest, & others who responded to the need for the artist to create a new physical world.

Liubov Popova, Non-Objective Composition (circa. Gouache, oil and india ink on cardboard, 45 × 28 cm

Rome-based Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova uses open-faced books, carefully aligned with one another, as a large canvas for each of her paintings in a series titled Errata Corrige. Using old books and various antiquated texts, Panikanova proceeds to apply her dark markings across the multiple volumes of published words and images. Like a hidden message …

Deep Childhood Memories Painted Across Books

Errata corrige - ekaterinapanikanova jimdo page! -Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova places old books and other documents together and paints over them to create the most beautiful installations.

Russian Constructivism - Kazimir Malevich ~ Dynamic Suprematism - completely eliminated the object. What its paintings achieved are fundamentally only pure interrelationships. Flatly extended rectangles and strips float in continuous interrelation in space for which there is no true human measure.

Russian Constructivism - Kazimir Malevich ~ Dynamic Suprematism - completely eliminated the object. Flatly extended rectangles and strips float in continuous interrelation in space

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Here are a few fantastic pieces I've found with the puss-noir as main subject-matter. Check out more lovely and haunting black cat art at Deviant Art search, black cats.

The New Oxford Dictionary defines   paisley as 'a distinctive intricate pattern of curved, feather-shaped figures based on a pine cone design from India' .  This paisley shawl is believed to be from 19th century England

A brief history of paisley

The New Oxford Dictionary defines paisley as 'a distinctive intricate pattern of curved, feather-shaped figures based on a pine cone design from India' . This paisley shawl is believed to be from century England

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