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Over the next six months the Modern Collection will be redisplayed, in a semi-permanent arrangement offering a more comprehensive introduction to the first time visitor, as well as a more durable and in-depth resource for students and teachers. The first part of the new display — OPERATION 1 — will use works on paper books, photographs, prints and drawings to suggest an outline of the 20th century in Portugal, and how broader political and cultural changes are reflected in the nature of artistic production.

Drawing extensively on the holdings of the Art Library, the timeline documents the unique characteristics of the 20th century in Portugal. Her work focuses on the time that mediates the final pictorial image, an engagement with the manufacturing process that anticipates the production of an image and the way these are agents in the visual outcome that the artist forwards but does not determinate.

These spaces carry individual and collective memories and even subjective narratives that uncover both a creative as well as material potential. Seated at a table, in a scene conveying a certain comfort and sense of the tropics suggested by the palms, their faces contrast with the atmosphere; they are not really displaying any joie de vivre, but instead, recall two mannequins confiding in one another.

These are two women who, by their scant individual characterisation, could be one and the same, reflecting, reflected. Plantlife dominates the lower-left corner, clothing the woman and approximating the still-life found on the table, highlighting the ephemeral, in a recurring modernist citation.

A contrasting pochette is the stylish accessory that completes the composition and meaning. The primacy of the surface and play of essential lines gain force in this painting, which barely touches on volume and instead delights in the two-dimensionality which it owns and commands.

The contrast between cool and warm colours is softened by the wealth of shades, with oranges prevailing in the mixture and lighting up, albeit serenely, a large part of the surface: formal synthesis, balanced composition and little adornment, in a sophisticated abbreviation. However, the times had changed and, consequently, so did his aesthetic approach, which went from a Cezannian study at the start of the decade to conventionalism that was closer to the official taste.

I'd prefer a commission! Around this time, he started work on the panels for the Presidential Hall at the National Assembly. He participated in the Portuguese World Exhibition in as a painter-decorator, as well as in the first Window Dressing Exhibition. In , in the small studio of the government body responsible for propaganda — SPN, he held his last solo exhibition, which was very successful.

It should be stressed that he was a valued and dedicated teacher with considerable reach. He first entered the profession as a general drawing teacher at the Marinha Grande Industrial and Commercial School. Sobre uma base a preto, as imagens surgem alinhadas em colunas verticais de diferentes escalas, pintadas a branco, com um trabalho de claro-escuro que cria o efeito de dobragem e relevo, em formas recortadas em simetria.

Formou-se em Pintura na Escola Superior de Belas-Artes do Porto com a nota final de 20 valores, ingressando de seguida no seu corpo docente. A sua obra tem sido premiada nacional e internacionalmente. Nunca me olhaste; nunca nos olhos te olhei desde que nasceste da ocultada geometria para seres silenciosamente eterno. Esta obra data provavelmente da estada do pintor em Paris Both psychological realms loom in the two types of art he practiced with an identically intense pleasure: satirical illustration and painting.

With the former, he earned a comfortable living in Munique and Zurique , after five years of training in Paris The latter, he practiced always, without however being able to dedicate his attention exclusively to it, except for the last years of his life. Such mastery implies a great complicity between artist, characters and themes, confirming in this the German ancestry inherited through his mother.

A whole local world with which Emmerico identified permeates his caricatures of the time, and it is precisely from this identification that stems the excellence of his work, unique within the panorama of Portuguese art history. The drawings he produced for the Portuguese press don't betray the same easiness, precise execution and graphic quality of the drawings of this period, which might be partly explained by the existential difficulties the artist experienced after his definitive return to his native country in the 's.

Portuguese art historiography, which Alfredo Margarido once called a patriot's historiography, is indebted to artists "between native lands" like Emmerico.

After the regressive practices promoted by half a century of dictatorship, it was important to inscribe Portuguese art within the panorama of modern history. This, in turn, led, within the immediate concerns of aesthetic comparison, to the compilation of indices that would allow for the approximation of Portuguese art to recognized international modern movements.

Within this context, Portuguese art history practice at the end of the New State regime and after the revolution did not recognize in Emmerico's work the desired symbols of modernity.

He was rather labeled as a "conformist" and pushed to the periphery until today. Over 40 years later and with the hindsight achieved only in time, the moment has come to review and to try new approaches to Emmerico Nunes' vast oeuvre, which, alongside hundreds of satirical illustrations published in German, Swiss, Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese periodicals, includes an ample and interesting production of paintings portraits, self-portraits, landscapes , all of which still need to be studied and whose technical and aesthetic quality other painters and admirers of his work always considered superior to his illustrations.

O artista nasceu em Luanda Angola em , onde vive e trabalha atualmente. Madeira queimada, folhas de papel, chapas de ferro, pigmentos. Na nave principal do Centro de Arte Moderna, construiu-se um lugar do qual fazem parte estas linguagens e estes materiais. E depois havia os artistas que representavam a modernidade, cheios de ideias novas, e desse confronto resultou uma ruptura enorme. E continuei a trabalhar, a viajar. Tinha havido um golpe de estado, muita gente morrera. Queria a liberdade de fazer o que me apetecesse.

E a guerra, em que obras se anunciam as suas marcas? Gosto de fazer as coisas umas contra as outras, como dizia o Francis Picabia. Hoje em Serralves. Eduardo Batarda n. Entre e viveu em Londres e no regresso a Portugal estabeleceu-se no Porto onde foi professor na Escola de Belas Artes. Depois, sou lento porque quando trabalho arranjo sempre maneiras de ser lento. Nem sempre. Isso implica saber como se faz bem. E penso nesses divertimentos. As pessoas olham mesmo? O artista trabalha para si e pela integridade.

A percentagem de verdade ou desverdade pode variar muito. O meu mau feitio?! Em , um jornalista foi entrevistar-me e perguntou-me se eu tinha entrado numa fase cubista e eu disse-lhe "vai para o caralho. Andou nas Belas Arte do Porto e teve sorte porque nunca foi meu aluno. Eu desenhava. Mais tarde, quando viu pela primeira vez a pintura de Van Gogh, evoca as searas, os palheiros e os rostos dos camponeses do Vieiro.

Viaja, pela primeira vez, para fora de Portugal. Descobre a pintura de Francis Bacon. No mesmo ano, a 19 de Abril, nasce a sua filha Joana. Fernando de Azevedo, Volta ao Vieiro, acompanhada pela filha, Joana.

Bruno e Jeannette Musatti convidam-na a expor em S. Paulo, no Brasil. Separa-se de Jaime Silva. Realiza o cartaz comemorativo dos 25 anos da Amnistia Internacional. Encontra o seu atelier na Costa do Castelo.

A artista cultiva o confronto com uma naturalidade surpreendente. Estes quadros resultaram de uma estadia de dois anos no local, interrompida com idas e voltas. Jorge Sampaio, em She became one of the most acclaimed abstract artists in post-war Europe, due to her original geometrised compositions. She spent the rest of her life in this country, where she obtained the most important national artistic prizes.

Her complete work has been subjected to countless retrospectives and can be seen in institutions across the globe. She was taught music, drawing and painting at home by tutors. Interested in sculpture, she also studied anatomy at the Medical School of Lisbon.

Fearing the stagnation of her art, in she headed to Paris with her mother to study sculpture with Bourdelle, then assisted by Richier and Giacometti, and later with Despiau. As a child, Vieira had decided to become a painter after visiting England, and her process of artistic discovery and experimentation would remain attached to constant travelling in this period of formation, during which she married the Hungarian painter Arpad Szenes, in With her idiosyncratic language and an interest in the representation of space, Vieira transformed metaphorical motifs such as chessboards or card games in complex grid-like compositions with strong visual ambiguities.

Her first solo show took place in the Galerie Jeanne Bucher As the threat of war grew closer, her subjects became more political, particularly when, stateless and married to a Jew, Vieira da Silva was forced to return to Lisbon Although she belonged to the School of Paris, Vieira da Silva would only become a French citizen in , around which time she reached the peak of her acclaim, exhibiting all around the world and being awarded consecutive official honours from France.

Retrospectives of her work multiplied in Europe Hannover, Bremen, Wuppertal, in ; Mannheim, in ; Grenoble, Turin, in ; Paris, Oslo, Basel, Lisbon, at the Gulbenkian Foundation, in , and she was invited for numerous projects: the execution of her first tapestry by the illustrious Manufacture de Beauvais , the decoration of the stained glasses of the Saint-Jacques church in Reims , the design of posters on occasion of the April Revolution in Portugal, edited by the Gulbenkian Foundation , and of the International Year of Peace, on request of the UNESCO The last days, spent working in her Parisian studio, no longer accompanied by Arpad, were also the time for the highest recognition of her lifetime achievements.

Source : gulbenkian. Amadeo nasceu na quinta dos seus pais em Manhufe, no concelho de Amarante, a 14 de Novembro de Amadeo apresenta um total de oito obras, ao lado de Braque , Matisse, Duchamp , Gleizes , Herbin e Segonzac No final de , numa conhecida entrevista que deu ao jornal O Dia, parafraseia largamente os manifestos de Marinetti.

Ambos o reconheceram como o pintor mais significativo do seu tempo. Tinha apenas 30 anos. His family were bourgeois people-his father was a wigmaker and his mother a milliner-and unlike the experience of some of his artistic colleagues, throughout his life he never felt the want of money, as his parents made good investments and ran their businesses well. After his parents married, they bought the millinery shop where she had worked and he gave up his career as a wigmaker to run the business side of the shop.

The store was a famous destination for fashionable Parisians and earned the family an excellent income. Corot was the middle of three children born to the family, who lived above their shop during those years. Corot received a scholarship to study in Rouen, but left after having scholastic difficulties and entered a boarding school.

He "was not a brilliant student, and throughout his entire school career he did not get a single nomination for a prize, not even for the drawing classes. During those years he lived with the Sennegon family, whose patriarch was a friend of Corot's father and who spent much time with young Corot on nature walks. It was in this region that Corot made his first paintings after nature.


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