Englishman In Moscow was made between 1913 and 1914, measuring 88× 57 cm. Now it is collected in Holland Amstel Stedelijk Museum.
In 1913, Malevich's Cubism suddenly turned to a chart image type and formed a rebus and properties of semi posters. This Englishman in Moscow was a typical example. In this painting, the concrete image was coordinated based on the reverse logic, which was the concept of the former Dadaistic. The Russian church, saber, candles, scissors, words, saws, fish, ladders and so on were shown in the painting. These unrelated things in life were completely coexisted in the painting according to the painter's free will. They were of unequal sizes and had no factors of association. Russian painter Kazimir Malevich (1878.2-1935.5) was one of the founders of the eve of the October revolution in Russia "supremacy" movement. About in 1913, he used a pencil to draw a black diamond on the white background and removed his early Russian stereo - futurism style. According to his own words, it was necessary to literate from the burden of objects. In his book Non-objective World, he said, "The visual phenomenon itself of the objective world is meaningless. The meaningful thing is the feeling, so it is completely isolated from the environment to arouse the feeling." Malevich called this view as "supremacy".
Malevich's "supreme— deconstructionism" claimed to be the left-wing painter. In the teaching period of Lenin Glenn in 1919-1921 in Moscow, Malevich also wantonly announced his abstract art philosophy. In 1926, according to Kandinsky's theory, he wrote a book called"Abstract World". But it was disgusted because it did not meet the requirements of the real revolution. It could only get the sympathy and support of the western modernist artists. He later became unknown to the public and died in poverty.