Sparks of a New Renaissance in Painting Emerge from China – Song Di – by Matthew Ehret

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That is so uplifting and encouraging.  Thanks for the introduction to Song Di.

I know I am just one beholder but … 

Kazimir Malevich – Black Square on White Background 1913 or 1915

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazimir_Malevich#Gallery

His manifesto is titled “From Cubism and Futurism to Suprematism

https://archive.org/details/kazimir00male/mode/2up

“How often have we seen the abstract impressionist paint splatterings, post-modernist chicken scratch or atonal randomized sounds performed by artistic reformers whom we are told by “authorities” are brilliant.”

Enough said – and beautifully worded Matthew.

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