Scroll To Top
Toggle Menu

Suprematism, Constructivism and De Stijl Slideshow

Kasimir Malevich, Suprematist Painting: Aeroplane Flying (1915)
Kasimir Malevich, Suprematist Painting: Aeroplane Flying (1915)
  • Suprematism (c.1915-1925)
  • Suprematism (c.1915-1925)
  • Suprematism (c.1915-1925)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • Constructivism (c.1913-1930)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)
  • De Stijl (c.1917-31)

This slideshow illustrates important artworks by some of the major artists associated with Suprematism, Constructivism and De Stijl.

List of Artworks

(in order of appearance)

Suprematism (c.1915-1925)

  1. Kasimir Malevich, Suprematist Painting: Aeroplane Flying (1915)
  2. Kasimir Malevich, Suprematist Painting (1916)
  3. Kasimir Malevich, Suprematism (1916-17)

 

Constructivism (c.1913-1930)

  1. El Lissitzky, Proun 30t (1920)
  2. El Lissitzky, Proun (1925)
  3. Vladimir Tatlin, Corner Relief (1915)
  4. Vladimir Tatlin, Monument to the Third International (1920)
  5. Alexander Rodchenko, Compass and Ruler Drawing (1915)
  6. Alexander Rodchenko, Compass and Ruler Drawing (1915)
  7. Alexander Rodchenko, Spatial Construction No 12 (1920)
  8. Naum Gabo, Linear Construction in Space No.1 (1942)
  9. Naum Gabo, Linear Construction in Space No.2 (1949)
  10. László Moholy-Nagy, Composition with Yellow Cross (1922)
  11. László Moholy-Nagy, Composition ZVIII (1924)

 

De Stijl (c.1917-31)

  1. Piet Mondrian, Oval Composition with Colors II (1914)
  2. Piet Mondrian, Composition with Black, Red, Gray, Yellow, and Blue (1921)
  3. Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Gray, Blue, Yellow, and Black (1924-25)
  4. Piet Mondrian, New York City I (1942)
  5. Theo van Doesburg, Composition XI (1918)
  6. Theo van Doesburg, Architectural Analysis (1923)
  7. Theo van Doesburg, Counter Composition (1924)
  8. Theo van Doesburg, Simultaneous Counter Composition (1930)
  9. Bart van der Leck, Composition with one grey stripe (1956-58)
  10. Gerrit Rietveld, Red and Blue Chair (1923)

Page Banner Image

 

'Drowning Girl', (1962) by Roy Lichtenstein.

'Broadway Boogie Woogie' (1943) by Piet Mondrian.

 

  • pinterest
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • googleplus