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Retrospective 2015 Rosângela Vig.

Retrospective 2015 Rosângela Vig

Rosângela Vig is Plastic Artist and Professor of Art History.

Rosângela Vig is a Visual Artist and Teacher of Art History.

Rosângela Vig, art columnist, artist and Professor of art history, wrote articles for the site in fantastic 2015.

A beauty without equal, presented in poetic form periods of art history, wowing us with the knowledge and works of art chosen to illustrate the texts.

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Santa Ceia, OST, 90 cm x 1 m. Antônio Poteiro.

Holy Supper, OST, 90 cm x 1 meters. Antônio Poteiro.

The Naive Art – Ingénue Art

(…) It is the almost child trace, the artist outlines his characters that are between the people and the regional customs. Amid flower gardens and birds, the angry people are in bullock carts, in overalls and little horses. There are characters in our history, of our day to day, of our folklore, processions, animals of our fauna and many Christmases, here with simple lines, without concern for the shape, because the important thing is making art, pure, loosely. This is the Naif style and is explained by itself, in simplicity, in innocence, as beautiful as the sonnet of Mário Quintana (1906-1994). (…)

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Mural de Eduardo Kobra, retrato do arquiteto Oscar Niemeyer.

Eduardo mural Kobra, Architect Oscar Niemeyer portrait.

The Contemporary, A little about the Urban Art

(…) Amid the monochrome of the city, the artist, a creative impetus, did the walls and the walls, their canvas and, unceremonious, dyed with signs of life, what was concrete inanimate. The artistic graphite emerges as an encouragement to urban roughness, softens the coldness of concrete; distracts the lost looks unbridled mob in and out of transport; and especially proposes conjectures. The colors allow a transitional balance to mind constantly boiling the stress of the big city and the obligatorily of the day. (…)

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Veneza em Preto e Branco. Obra de Rosângela Vig.

Venice in Black and White. Artwork of Rosângela Vig.

Drawing – Study of Perspective, Step by step 1 of how to draw

(…) Art is, the synthesis, passionately to observe nature, life and people. It may be that the cutout, details not pass unnoticed by the artist and, in their work, to your style, it also includes details that your imaginative mind and saw that his heart delighted realized. The trace your, add to the detailed observation, movement, the fruits of an epiphany and an essence that only your mind houses and comprises. (…)

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Colympia, Obra de Cássia Acosta.

Colympia, Work of Cassia Acosta.

Drawing – Study of Light and Shadow, Step by step 2 of how to draw

(…) In The Renaissance, the studies of perspective, light and shadow, led to the production of an art that served as a standard for other periods. The hands of the great masters like Leonardo Da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli and Piero Della Francesca, were produced works considered today as Beautiful models. But maybe the enigmatic smile of Gioconda of Da Vinci, It wouldn't be so perfect, If it wasn't the light that illuminates his countenance. (…)

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Berimbau, Obra de Paulo Byron.

Berimbau, The work of Paul Byron.

Drawing – Study of Colors, Step by step 3 of how to draw

(…) Still in childhood, Kandinsky have revealed a differentiated perception of the world. His talent, associated with the keen sensitivity and passion for color, They illustrate the most beautiful abstract works. The colors, as trademarks of your abstraction, distribute harmoniously in his works, revealing a larger goal of his art, to take the painting to the condition of music. (…)

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Navio em meio a tempestade, Obra de Rosângela Vig.

Ship in the midst of the storm, Artwork of Rosângela Vig.

Drawing – Movement, Step by step 4 of how to draw

(…) You can ramble through the words of Olavo Bilac and imagine the stars moving with the nightfall, coming, one by one, the blue firmament, in a lazy gait, as the late summer soft. With the description of the poet, Dark WINS relevance and the scene comes to life. So is poetry, so is the art. And the movement is among the attributes that lead to a work life. (…)

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Sanatorium, Pedro Reyes, 2011.

Sanatorium, Pedro Reyes, 2011.

Invention

(…) If art to reinvent itself? And if it still delight? And if art can interact, participate? The inventions of the Revolutions that we Invented make it clear that came to contemporary art. And she promises that the public may be in the midst of art and that can permeate the fruit of the idea of the artist. And the art passes quietly by the sensations and reflections. (…)

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Joan Miró, Homem, mulher, pássaro, 1959. © Copyright Successión Miró, Miró, Joan AUTVIS, Brasil, 2015.

Joan Miró, Man, woman, Bird, 1959. © Copyright Successión Miro, Miró, Joan AUTVIS, Brasil, 2015.

Joan Miró – the force of matter – Instituto Tomie Ohtake

(…) And it was the freedom that has guided the spirit of Catalan Joan Miró (1893-1983). His work through the paths of surrealism. The fluttering forms, corrugated and winding relate to colors and lines. Pure and intense colors reveal the Fauvist influence. At the end, the entire set seems to talk, the strokes are interwoven in a slow moving with joy, (…)

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Murnau, Paisagem estival, 1909, Estudo para o quadro “Casas na Montanha”, Óleo sobre cartão, Museu Estatal Russo. © Kandinsky, Wassily.

Murnau, Summer landscape, 1909, Study for the painting "Houses on the Hill", Oil on cardboard, Russian State Museum. © Kandinsky, Wassily.

Kandinsky: It all starts at a point

(…) It may be that the colors have whispered next to the ear of Kandinsky (1866-1944). And he knew I heard them, Very well. Of them hear the sounds, the melodies and intentions. And the artist go by size and by enchantment such poetry. In small puffs, the colours were, slowly dying of colored light, each shape, every bit of his art. (…)

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Hoje a cor me pegou, Obra de Jorge Calfo.

Today the color got me, The work of Jorge Calfo.

Drawing and painting-abstract, Step by step 5 of how to draw

(…) The poetry of Mário Quintana (1919-1994) She's lovely, sensitive and suggests a stroll around the interior of the soul. So it must be the artistic practice and maybe that's the higher purpose of abstract art. The abstract, the artist makes contact with emotions, dream, converses with feelings and evokes the subjectivity, so she spread his arms wide. (…)

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A Conversão de São Paulo, Jacopo Tintoretto, 1545, National Gallery of Art, Washington. Samuel H. Kress Collection.

The Convertion of Saint Paul, Jacopo Tintoretto, 1545, National Gallery of Art, Washington. Samuel H. Kress Collection.

Mannerism

(…) The word Mannerism, derived from maneira, meant "style", or the way the artist expresses himself; the term used by Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574) to name the refined grace and lightness of this Art that flourished in the 16th century, in Rome and Florence in parallel with the Renaissance and which lasted until the early 17th century. The term came to be considered pejorative in the 18th century, as a decadent and affected Art. (…)

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Garota ou Moça com Brinco de Pérola, Vermeer, 1665/1666, Mauritshuis, Haia.

Girl or girl with a Pearl Earring, Vermeer, 1665/1666, Mauritshuis, Haia.

Flemish Art – Renaissance in Northern Europe

(…) For Schiller (1759-1805), the beautiful work binds to ethical issues because it transcends the material, to promote subjective feelings. The Beauty, in this sense, awakes, pleasurable feelings in mind, through the appreciation, of the artist's intentions. In this sense, the great work allows itself to be uncovered and to unveil new meanings, every new look. That purpose became clear in Renaissance Art and in particular the Flemish painting, (…)

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Vênus com um espelho, Ticiano, 1555, Óleo sobre tela, National Gallery of Art, Washington, EUA. Andrew W. Mellon Collection.

Venus with a Mirror, Ticiano, 1555, Oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, USA. Andrew W. Mellon Collection.

Renaissance

(…) The Renasissance is considered, the period between the 14th century and the first half of the 17th century, though there is not an agreement, because some traces of changes already arose in the late Middle Ages. For the History, this period was marked as the end of the Middle Ages and the early Modern Period. Some still subdivided into Trecento (…)

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Grande Veleiro, Arthur Bispo do Rosário.

Large Sailboat, Arthur Bispo do Rosário.

Arthur Bishop of Rosario and Sena – Penelope

(…) Maybe it's the art the fruit of an epiphany or maybe she's the boldness of a reverie, eager to take flight and to perpetuate its existence. And maybe these the paths of dreams of Arthur Bispo do Rosário (1909 or 1911-1989) which, for many years, silently, wove experiences, you wait, Whispers, emancipated of patterns, following only the look of the soul. (…)

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Frida Kahlo, El abrazo de amor del Universo, la Tierra, México, Diego, yo y el señor Xólotl, 1949, Óleo sobre Masonite, ©2015 Banco de México Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust.

Frida Kahlo, El abrazo del love Universe, la Tierra, Mexico, Diego, Yo y el señor Xólotl, 1949, Oil on Masonite, © 2015 Bank of Mexico Diego Rivera & Frida Kahlo Museums Trust.

Exhibit Frida Kahlo – connection between women Surrealists in Mexico

(…) Making a connection between women Surrealists in Mexico, under the curatorship of the researcher Teresa Arcq, the Tomie Ohtake Institute brings together big names, as Frida Kahlo, Maria Izquierdo, Remedios Varo, Leonora Carrington, Lola Álvarez Bravo, Lucienne Bloch, Kati Horna, Bridget Oftichenor, Rosa Rolanda, Jacqueline Lamba, Bona de Mandiargues, Sonja Sekula, Marjorie Cameron and Sylvia Fein. (…)

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O Triunfo de Galateia, 1650, Óleo sobre tela, Bernardo Cavallino, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Patrons’ Permanent Fund.

The Triumph of Galatea, 1650, Oil on canvas, Bernardo Cavallino, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Patrons’ Permanent Fund.

Baroque

(…) The competence of Gregório de Matos (1636-1696) made him earn the title of one of the greatest poets of the Baroque, in Brazil and in Portugal. His critical spirit gave him the nickname Hellmouth, for often satirizing politicians, merchants and clergy. He wrote lyrical and satirical poems, but his religious poetry brought up his concerns, mirroring the very human afflictions of the seventeenth century, (…)

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Procissão, Tarsila do Amaral, 1941. Foto: Arquivo APM.

Procession, Tarsila do Amaral, 1941. Photo: APM File.

Pinacoteca of the Associação Paulista de Medicina, Exhibition-catalog release

(…) Amid the noise of vehicles, the steps out of order, the rumorejo of voices and the floors look forward, the nervous Brigadeiro Luís Antônio, in Sao Paulo may seem just another avenue, among so many, in the bustling metropolis. But stress can surrender and give a break to look, on the eighth floor, the number 278. Among, the beautiful art attenuates the tiredness, relieves the semblant rundown of the hustle and bustle that looms large. The site is the Pinacoteca of the Associação Paulista de Medicina, begun in 1940. (…)

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Keep presenting us with these wonders Rosângela, We thank!

Many inspirations for 2016!!

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Retrospectiva 2015 Rosângela Vig.

Retrospective 2015 Rosângela Vig.

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