Kazimir Malevich

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Noun1.Kazimir Malevich - Russian abstract painter (1878-1935)Kazimir Malevich - Russian abstract painter (1878-1935)
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In the Senate Chamber of the ancient Republic we wearied our eyes with staring at acres of historical paintings by Tintoretto and Paul Veronese, but nothing struck us forcibly except the one thing that strikes all strangers forcibly--a black square in the midst of a gallery of portraits.
And then I gave a cry of exultation, for a tiny pinpoint of yellow light had suddenly transfixed the dark veil, and glowed steadily in the centre of the black square framed by the window.
I can see his white face, at this moment, in the great black square between the bed-curtains.
But at that moment he chanced to turn his face so towards the light, that I plainly saw they could not be sticking-plasters at all, those black squares on his cheeks.
Mr Hughes, a former pupil of Ysgol Glan Clwyd in St Asaph, said: "Right from my days studying in Cardiff, I was inspired by the 1915 painting Black Square by Malevich, who was a pioneer of geometric abstract art.
Gethin, a former pupil of Ysgol Glan Clwyd, in St Asaph, said: "Right from my days studying in Cardiff I was inspired by the 1915 painting Black Square by Malevich who was a pioneer of geometric abstract art.
The rear sight incorporates a black square notch with white outline and is fully adjustable.
If it starts on a black square it must land on a white.
In Karin Schneider's elegant and misleading show--elegant in its sparseness; misleading in that despite this sparseness it was full of material, including paintings, wall diagrams and drawings, film, sculpture, and writing extending over the two floors of Dominique Levy, the pages of this magazine, a series of related performances, and a dense catalogue--the black square was a black hole for metaphors of black squares.
Its packaging had a black square symbol to indicate a replacement Note 7.
The New Galaxy Note 7 packaging will come with a small black square on the white barcode label along with a white sticker with a blue letter 'S'.