Description of the painting by Kazimir Malevich “Pezage”

Description of the painting by Kazimir Malevich Pezage

Believe it or not. But in front of you is a landscape. Amazing picture with amazing brushstrokes. Almost a point set. On a yellow background almost rain palette is typed. Barely guessed the house, trees, animals and people. You can interpret this canvas in different ways and each time there will be a completely different palette. That seems to be the demonstrators during the festive demonstration. It seems that this is a spring garden after either a cherry or an apple tree has blossomed. Then suddenly you realize that this is most likely still a city landscape. Fantasy in this case is limitless.

Do not be too keen on the work of this artist, otherwise you can just slightly lose your roof. It will be a massive brain cell injury if you try to get into a big album with Malevich’s reproductions. And the “Black Square” will seem like a childish prank compared to other canvases that are similar to this canvas. Looking at a picture for a long time is simply impossible. Just soon, in the eyes of everything, it starts to split in two and threefold and it becomes unclear why this is all. shake and surprise? It turned out. To amaze and make you doubt your fantasy? It also happened. But then why all this was created?

Although in fact, of course beautiful. Of course, brilliant. And all that makes a genius is not always clear immediately. It takes time and apparently, the very vision of things that Malevich possessed in order to finally declassify some of his canvases. But, alas, this is not given to us, and the author himself has long been dead.

But it is really beautiful. And I want to believe that this is a spring landscape, which gives us a feeling of joy and some kind of madness. In the spring, it always happens this way: then nothing, then suddenly – bang! – and here it is the beauty of love, which you will not get enough immediately. Probably about this canvas “Landscape”.

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