FCO-2764

Music BandStudy

[1956]

code

FCO-2764

CR Number

3819

dimensions

32.5 x 36 cm

Art Form

Drawing

Art Medium

lead pencil

Artwork Surface

paper
Mentions

EMPTY LABEL

Title
Music Band
Description
Composition in black and white. Contour lines, parallel lines, shaded. Band composed of five players occupying almost the entire area support against white background. In the foreground, center, front, sitting, father of the artist playing tuba. It has square face marked by wrinkles, represented only hair on her head, broad forehead with starters, sunken eyes and nose marked by angular lines. Wears suit and safe hands the instrument in which it is blowing and which has the flag on the back, on the right. He is sitting on a straw seat, you have the remote and wear closed shoes legs. On the right musician standing, facing slightly turned to the left, playing a clarinet. It has broken hair side, disheveled, creased wide forehead for wrinkles, wear round-rimmed glasses and long nose. wears suit and shoes, and the safe hands the clarinet is playing. In the background, behind the artist's father, three musicians, two standing, facing and outlined just sitting in profile to the left playing horn. The two who are standing have indicated facial features, seeing if one playing the flute and the other an instrument unidentified.
Location Created
General Info
The musician seated in the foreground, at the left, depicts Baptista Portinari, the artist's father
Related Event 10
Related Document 10
Artwork Function
StudyArtworkFunctionType
Artwork Function Description
Study for the painting “Music Band” [FCO 67]
Art Form
DrawingArtFormType
Art Medium
lead pencilArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
paperArtworkSurfaceType
Preservation Number
Obra tombada sob o nº 1941.
Collection
Museu Casa de Portinari adquirida em 1970Collection
Height
36
Width
32.5
Dimension Notes
precisão: aproximadas
Annotation
Unsigned and undated
Annotation Others
At top edge, embossed mark of the paper "Shoellers Hammer”. On back of frame, metal plate "CANDIDO PORTINARI 1903-1962”; inscriptions "P.E. – 1941” and "MÚSICOS”; illegible stamp.

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