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I found the above work, aptly named Suprematist Composition, to be representative of Malevich's Suprematist works. It's solid colors and flat lines give little room for interpretation. He barely afforded himself any slightly offset straight lines, let alone curves or shading. However, this may have been his intention. In the time of the Russian revolution, the ideas of the past were being thrown away at all times. In response, Malevich created a work that could have no historical content or political agenda. It could not be thrown out with the obsolete past because it did not represent a time. 

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