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Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
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Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914

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Kazimir Malevich (After)

Kazimir Malevich

$2,500

Russian (1878–1935)

  • Date: circa 1980
  • Lithograph, facsimile signed
  • Edition of PP
  • Image Size: 25.5 x 20 inches
  • Size: 33 x 24.5 in. (83.82 x 62.23 cm)
  • Frame Size: 34 x 29 inches
  • Printer: Atelier Ettinger

$2,500

Framed

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about Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914

A lithograph after the famous painting "Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914" in the Russian State Museum  This authorized printing was printed and published circa 1980 by Atelier Ettinger.

  It is a Printer’s Proof with facsimile signature added.  Nicely framed.   

Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914 Lithograph | Kazimir Malevich
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About The Artist: Kazimir Malevich

Born near Kiev in 1878, Malevich trained at Kiev School of Art and Moscow Academy of Fine Arts where he began working in an unexceptional Post-Impressionist manner. But by 1912 he was painting peasant subjects in a massive `tubular' style similar to that of Léger as well as pictures combining the fragmentation of form of Cubism with the multiplication of the image of Futurism. Malevich, however, was fueled with the desire `to free art...

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About The Medium: Lithograph

A print created using flat stones or metal plates. The artist creates a lithograph by drawing an image directly onto the printing element using materials like lithograph crayons or special grease pencils. After this, the drawing is transferred from the plate to the paper in multiples. A lithograph will not have dots when examined with a magnifying glass.

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Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914

Kazimir Malevich

circa 1980

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Composition with the Mona Lisa, 1914

Kazimir Malevich

circa 1980

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