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Fig. 4 – Edvard Munch: The Scream, 1910, Tempera and oil on unprimed cardboard, 83,5 x 66 cm, featured. Munch Museum, Oslo. Photo © Munch Museum.

Modern Art – Expressionism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: World's End The hat flies from the head of the citizen, All winds resound as though with muffled cries. The roofers fall and smash and back - ...

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Fig. 13 – Edvard Munch: Vampire II, 1895-1902, lithograph, 380-387 x 550-560 mm. Munch Museum, Oslo. Photo © Munch Museum.

First Traces of Modern Art – Symbolism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: When Ishmalia became insane, She stood dreaming in the tower… She saw a moon in the sky, She saw another one in the sea. In the dream she lost herself, He bathed all ...

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Fig. 13 – Houses in Provence, Vincent Van Gogh, 1888. National Gallery of Art, Washington. Ailsa Mellon Bruce Collection.

First Traces of Modern Art – Post-Impressionism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: For the perfect flâneur, the passionate observer, it is an immense joy to establish residence in the numerous, in the undulating, in the movement, in the ephemeral, and in the infinite. To be ...

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Fig. 2 -Woman with parasol, Madame Monet and your son, Claude Monet, 1875. National Gallery of Art, Washington. Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon. Featured.

First Traces of Modern Art – Impressionism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: Nothing looks so much like what we call inspiration as the joy with which the child absorbs the shape and color. Dare to go further ...

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Museu Victor Meirelles, Homage in People. Photo: Victor Meirelles Museum.

Victor Meirelles Museum by Rosangela Vig

The art of Brazilian Romanticism is very well represented in Santa Catarina, by Victor Meirelles Museum. Inaugurated in 1952, in the month of November, the site belonged to the artist, that was the great icon of 19TH century painting. Located in the ...

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Fig. 17 – The Wreck of Medusa, Victor Meirelles, 1857. Victor Meirelles Museum.

Romanticism in Brazil by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: My land has palm trees, Where the sage sings; The birds chirp chirp Not here as there. Our sky has more stars, Our meadows have more ...

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Fig. 20 – The Shootings of 3 de Mayo, Francisco de Goya, 1814. Museo del Prado.

Romanticism by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: What guilty spirit, in what shrubbery dim, heard not, the stirring, summons of that hymn? But, two; they fell, as the sky does not just forgiveness ...

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Fig. 11 -Study for "wedding of Princess Isabel", Victor Meirelles de Lima, 1864. Photo: Victor Meirelles Museum. (featured).

The Neoclassical Art in Brazil by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: From your chant the pure grace, And tenderness I can not; Because to me the sweet lyre barely breathing sounds of love. When the strings you ...

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The Rococo in Brazil by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: I live in your churches and houses and roofs and walls. I'm that old Green Wall of maidenhair Where addresses a former Jasmine, Aromatic, ...

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The Neoclassical Art by Rosângela Vig

You can also listen to this article in the voice of own Plastic Artist Rosângela Vig: I affirm, then, that this serves as a starting point and a base when I admit that there is a Beauty in and of itself, a Goodness, ...

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