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Improvisation no. 4, Wassily Kandinsky THE LESSON OF THE BARBARIANS
This first focuses on the years 1907-1912, the period in which the Neo-primitivism characteristic of the avant-garde encouraged the revival of a wide range of popular and folk traditions. This love of Russian popular art was reflected both in the subjects of these paintings but also in the use of brilliant colours characteristic of folk art and Russian icons. This section is divided into two parts: the first is devoted to the image of an imaginary Russia as created in the work of Kandinsky and Jawlensky in Munich. The second and larger section focuses on Goncharova and Larionov, while also including works by Mashkov, Malevich and the Georgian naive painter Piromanashvili.

Wassily Kandinsky
Improvisation no. 4, 1909
Oil on canvas. 108 x 158.5 cm
State Museum of Art, Nizhni Novgorod
Wrestlers, Natalia Goncharova Natalia Goncharova
Wrestlers, 1909-1910
Oil on canvas. 118 x 103 cm
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
Musée national d'art moderne/Centre de création industrielle
Katsap Venus, Mikhail Larionov Mikhail Larionov
Katsap Venus, 1912
Oil on canvas. 99.5 x 129.5 cm
State Museum of Art, Nizhni Novgorod
Summer, Mikhail Larionov Mikhail Larionov
Summer, 1912
Oil on canvas, 138 x 117 cm
Galerie Gmurzynska Zug
Boy (Vanka), Kazimir Malevich Kazimir Malevich
Boy (Vanka), 1928-1929
Oil on plywood. 72 x 51.5 cm
State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg