KAZIMIR MALEVICH
International Chamber of Russian Modernism
Kazimir Severinovich Malevich
b. 23 February 1879, Kiev, Ukraine, Imperial Russia
d. 15 May 1935, Leningrad, Soviet Union

Father: Severin Antonovich, 1845-1902
Mother: Ludviga Alexandrovna, 1858-1942
Both his parents were of Polish descent. Polish and Russian were his native languages.
"Malevich" is the Russian transliteration of his Polish name.
Kazimir Malevich
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  Kazimir Malevich in Kursk, c. 1902/1904

 

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