Unformatted text preview: In 1917-18, Rozanova created a number of non-objective color compositions, which she called "colorpainting" (tsvetopis'). These compositions were a completely new stage in the development of the Russian avant-garde art; unfortunately, after Rozanova's death, they did not find any continuators in Russia. Only after the WW II, similar color experiments appeared in the American color-field paintings of the 1950s and 1960s, particularly in the works of Barnett Newman. A good example of this type of painting is Rozanova's most famous oil, Untitled (Green Stripe) , which features a rough cream-colored canvas surface cut by broad perpendicular green stripe....
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- Fall '10
- Malevich, Russian avant-garde, Rozanova married Kruchenykh, American color-field paintings