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From the article: "Suprematism follows the ideas of Non-Euclidean geometry and fourth dimension spread by Russian mathematician Lobachevsky. In this view, each picture is a frozen image of an eternal movement of forms in an ideal space of n dimensions – no up nor down, no left nor right."
Speaking as a math student with no background in art history, this seems highly dubious. Someone with more domain knowledge should really look this over. --jholman 08:54, 6 Apr 2005 (UTC)
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