Canvas «Malevich’s squares» in the German Museum was a fake

The painting «Black square, a red square», located in the Art collection of North Rhine – Westphalia (Museum in Germany) and which is attributed to the Russian painter Kazimir Malevich, was a fake. This is with reference to information of the Museum, reports the Handelsblatt Global edition.

Meeting in Westphalia fabric, which ranged from €50 million to €80 million, presented in 2015. Before that it was in the Museum Wilhelm-hack, Ludwigshafen.

The experts who conducted the research using the analysis of radioactivity, concluded that the film «cleverly forged» between 1972 and 1975. Initially it was dated 1915. Malevich died in 1935.

The management of the Art collection of North Rhine – Westphalia, said that direct damage to the Museum no, because painting is a gift. However, he admitted that the blow to their reputation is serious.

The most famous painting is Malevich’s «Black square». It was created in 1915.




Canvas «Malevich’s squares» in the German Museum was a fake 11.11.2017

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