Landscape with Houses and Trees
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Alexandra Exter fled Russia for Paris in 1924, where she continued painting and also became a designer and professor.Description
A leading artist of the Russian avant-garde, Alexandra Exter was associated with the Cubo-Futurist, Suprematist, and Constructivist movements. This landscape features a complex interweaving of fragmented, geometric planes intersecting and colliding in a collapsed space. Exter painted this abstract landscape at a crucial time when she was moving beyond Cubism toward a more dynamic style of intense color and energetic movement.Landscape with Houses and Trees
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