|Girl with Red Flagpole|
|Half-Figure in a Yellow Shirt, 1928-1932|
|Kazimir Malevich,(1878 - 1935 ) Russian painter, who was the founder of the
Suprematist school of abstract painting.|
Malevich was trained at the Kiev School of Art and the Moscow Academy of Fine Arts. In his early work he followed Impressionism as well as Fauvism, and, after a trip to Paris in 1912, he was influenced by Picasso and Cubism. As a member of the Jack of Diamonds group, he led the Russian Cubist movement.
In 1913 Malevich created abstract geometrical patterns in a manner he called Suprematism. All images via wikipedia