Olga Rozanova (1886-1918): a lesser known but highly talented and influential Russian non-objective painter. Her Suprematist sketch for fabric, 1918, (at top) may well be one of my favourite early twentieth century textile designs. We're seeing a return to Suprematist forms more and more in surface design and contemporary art; think Kirra Jamison's Locomotor series, Zaha Hadid's interest in Malevich. I think there are more stacked, skinny rectangles and less hexagons in our future. HF.