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Donkey's Tail (Russian: Ослиный хвост, Romanized: Osliniy khvost) was a Russian artistic group created from the most radical members of the Jack of Diamonds group. The group included such painters as: Mikhail Larionov (inventor of the name), Natalia Goncharova, Kazimir Malevich, Marc Chagall, and Aleksandr Shevchenko. The group was influenced by the Cubo-Futurism movement. The only exhibition of the group took place in Moscow in 1912. In 1913, the group fell apart.