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A forma difícil : ensaios sobre arte brasileira

Author: Rodrigo Naves
Publisher: São Paulo, SP : Editora Atica, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : PortugueseView all editions and formats
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"In an attempt to understand the nature of Brazilian art, Naves has written essays on five artists - Debret, Guignard, Volpi, Segall, and Amilcar de Castro. With very few exceptions, Brazilian art has always been shy and ambivalent in its depictions. The author attributes this ambivalence to a poorly defined sociability, as shown through the country's history. In his own essays, Naves is not ambivalent; indeed, his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Art
In art
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Naves, Rodrigo, 1955-
Forma difícil.
São Paulo, SP : Editora Atica, 1996
(OCoLC)657149595
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rodrigo Naves
ISBN: 8508061226 9788508061228
OCLC Number: 36726776
Description: 285 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
Contents: Conteudo parcial: debret, o neoclassicismo e a escravidão o brasil no ar: guignard anonimato e singularidade em volpi expressão e compaixão nos desenhos de segall amilcar de castro: materia em risco.
Responsibility: Rodrigo Naves.

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"In an attempt to understand the nature of Brazilian art, Naves has written essays on five artists - Debret, Guignard, Volpi, Segall, and Amilcar de Castro. With very few exceptions, Brazilian art has always been shy and ambivalent in its depictions. The author attributes this ambivalence to a poorly defined sociability, as shown through the country's history. In his own essays, Naves is not ambivalent; indeed, his insights are well articulated, even when they are polemical. An original contribution to the interpretation of the history of Brazilian art"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

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