Suprematism
(An artistic movement)

This movement is a subcategory of Abstract art

Dates: 1913-1927

First abstract group, founded around Malevitch. Its members painted monochrome geometric forms, usually in black, white, or primary colours.
People associated with this movement
Ilya ChashnikRussian, 1902-19297 artworks
Ivan KliunRussian, 1873-19434 artworks
Kasimir MalevichRussian, 1878-1935108 artworks
Liubov PopovaRussian, 1889-192474 artworks
Olga RozanovaRussian, 1886-19183 artworks
Nikolai SuetinRussian, 1897-19542 artworks
Random artworks by artists related to this movement

Trees
Liubov Popova

Head of a Peasant
Kasimir Malevich

Composition
Liubov Popova

Objects
Liubov Popova

The Gardiner
Kasimir Malevich

Female worker in red
Kasimir Malevich

Suprematist Painting
Kasimir Malevich

The Grocery Store
Liubov Popova

Suprematist Painting
Kasimir Malevich

The Philosopher
Liubov Popova

Dynamic Suprematism
Kasimir Malevich

Portrait of a woman
Kasimir Malevich

Province
Kasimir Malevich

Landscape
Kasimir Malevich

Prototype of a New Image
Kasimir Malevich
Top 10 museums with Suprematist art
State Russian MuseumRussian Federation (St Petersburg)47 artworks
Tretyakov Gallery - MoscowRussian Federation (Moscow)30 artworks
Stedelijk Museum, AmsterdamNetherlands (Amsterdam)30 artworks
Greece (Stavroupoli)13 artworks
Museum of Modern Art - New YorkUnited States (New York City)9 artworks
Museum Ludwig - CologneGermany (Cologne)3 artworks
Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum - MadridSpain (Madrid)3 artworks
Radishchev Art MuseumRussian Federation (Saratov)2 artworks
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - New York, NYUnited States (New York City)2 artworks
Yale University Art Gallery - New Haven, CTUnited States (New Haven, Connecticut)2 artworks
Important dates
Founding date:  1913
Why 1913?: Creation of the group by Malevich.

End date:  1927
Why 1927?: Stalin forbade non-figurative art and favoured instead Socialist-Realism.