In the work of the Soviet avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich, human characters are not very frequent guests. But when the author nevertheless took up the image of people, as a rule, they were created from peculiar curved Suprematist planes. This is a characteristic feature of the artistic direction of Suprematism, the founder of which was Malevich.
Before writing this work, the author creates the canvas Vanka. The boy in the picture Harvest is an exact copy of Vanka, he is depicted with his back, his head is pulled into shoulders. Despite the primitive forms, the artist managed to convey the movement - we clearly understand that the boy is moving forward, moving away from us. Female figure (Martha) - executed in the same manner as the boy, only a scarf is put on his head, and a bundle and a bucket appeared in his hands.
In the background are people engaged in haymaking. In contrast to the monochromatic central characters, the secondary characters are painted in bright colors.
The picture refers to the second peasant cycle of Malevich. It is interesting that in the first peasant cycle there was work In the field, which was later lost. Only a sketch of the work has survived, but in comparison the differences between the two periods of the author’s work are clearly visible - pre-pre-creational and post-super-creational. In the original paintings of Malevich, the horizon did not exist as such, later it was clearly indicated. Also in later works, space acquires orientation and perspective due to a clear division into sectors, usually colored.
In his autobiography, the artist wrote that he was always fascinated by the theme of peasant labor. One way or another, but these works, which are very unusual for the average spectator, along with the Black Square immortalized the work of Kazimir Malevich.
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