Morning in the Country after Snowstorm (1912) by Kasimir Malevich

Morning in the Country after Snowstorm - Kasimir Malevich - 1913

Artwork Information

TitleMorning in the Country after Snowstorm
ArtistKasimir Malevich
MediumOil on Canvas
Dimensions31 3/4 x 31 7/8 in. (80.7 x 80.8 cm)
Art MovementCubo-Futurism
Current LocationSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York City, NY, US

About Morning in the Country after Snowstorm

“Morning in the Country after Snowstorm” is an oil on canvas artwork by Kasimir Malevich, dating back to 1913. This piece exemplifies the Cubo-Futurism movement and is part of the 1st Peasant Cycle genre painting series. The artwork measures 31 3/4 by 31 7/8 inches (80.7 x 80.8 cm) and is house at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City, NY, US.

The artwork presents a fragmented and multidimensional rural landscape that captures the essence of a country morning following a snowstorm. It employs geometric forms and a palette of muted and bright tones to convey the dynamism and energy associated with the Cubo-Futurist style. Through the use of angular shapes and intersecting planes, Malevich reconstructs the natural world into a series of abstracted patterns that overlap and converge, evoking a sense of movement and the passage of time. The integration of form and color results in a complex composition that challenges perceptions of space and depth, characteristic of the artist’s avant-garde exploration during that era.

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