FCO-53

IronSmall-scale color sketch

[1938]

code

FCO-53

CR Number

903

dimensions

50 x 70 cm

Art Form

Painting

Art Medium

gouachelead pencil

Artwork Surface

paper
Mentions
Is Part Of

EMPTY LABEL

Title
Iron
Description
Composition in gray tones, earthy, white, yellow, green and blue. Smooth texture with visible brush strokes. Color was used to serve as a road map in the execution of mural by setting only, large colored areas. The figures are only outlined there is no trace defined physiognomy. The composition is iron casting stage. In the foreground, to the left, back man with his on the right arm raised holding long stick in his hand. In the background, on the left, front man carrying a large iron bar; on the right profile man on the left with upper body leaning forward as if to pick up the ground the iron bar which is between your legs. Sees shovel and wrench scattered on the floor. In the background, two areas suggesting doorways, working with sketch of two men. Below the color project, which is pasted on card, see to the left, numbered scale of colors and on the right design for transportation picture to mural Iron - Economic Cycle
Related Event 9
Related Document 8
Artwork Function
Small-scale color sketchArtworkFunctionType
Artwork Function Description
Small-scale color sketch for the mural painting “Iron” [FCO 1757]
Art Form
PaintingArtFormType
Art Medium
gouacheArtMediumType
lead pencilArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
paperArtworkSurfaceType
Certificate
230
DN Number
695
Collection
Banco Bradesco adquirida em 2001Collection
Previous Collection
Banco Boavista adquiridaCollection
Height
70
Width
50
Dimension Notes
precisão: aproximadas
Annotation
Unsigned and undated
Annotation Author
Numbers on image correspond to numbers in color scale
Annotation Family
Montage by the artist on cardboard. Numbers throughout image correspond to scale of colors located at bottom left. At bottom right, photograph of the cartoon "Iron” [FCO 5342]. Numbers throughout composition guided use of colors in mural painting. On reverse of cardboard, authentication, and on back of frame, inscription "DN 695,” both by Maria Portinari.

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