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The liveliness of the Genius - the most mysterious artist of our time and a mystifier by nature, allowed him to reach the artistic peak, which experts in the field of art still can not understand where the truth is, and where is the fiction and rumor in his biography. But that doesn't matter anymore.
As a child, he already loved painting when he was a teenager, and then he entered art school. After its completion, the family moved to Kursk, where a young man was already trying to find himself, working in the public service, however, after a while left this activity in order to devote his life to painting.
Casimir developed plots and themes using alogism and very smart realism. As a tool for the destruction of classical art, he used the irrationality of images. His paintings are based on a shocking fusion of various piece elements, which they add up to a single composition, filled with a kind of semantic load, humiliating the usual interpretation of paintings by its incomprehensibility.
“The Head of the Peasant” is a sketch for Malevich’s grandiose work “Peasant Funeral,” which has not yet been found. She is either lost or destroyed by someone.
In this picture, the artist, who began to write in the supranaturalistic genre, had a horizon, as the author himself said. All space has gained volume and now you can guess where the fields are, and where are the people working for them.
This picture takes on true meaning thanks to the eyes, because the rest of the forms surreally resemble a person. Appearance is rectangular and looks like a chessboard with multi-colored divisions into several parts. The nose is present only on one side. But if you look at the whole picture, you can see the tired peasant against the background of the field and rural work. It can also be noted that a peculiar tradition of Russian icon painting is reflected in this work.
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