FCO-620

Carajá Indian Woman

c.1956

code

FCO-620

CR Number

3723

dimensions

8 x 14 cm

Art Form

Drawing

Art Medium

crayoncolor crayonsanguine

Artwork Surface

paper

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Title
Carajá Indian Woman
Description
Composition in orange tones, red ochre, black and white. Colored areas. India Carajá against background in orange tones in the upper part and blood at the bottom. India is formed by two isosceles triangles: the base of the upper triangle rests on the lower vertex of the triangle forming the head and torso. Legs made by two parallel lines terminating in hook. In the upper corner of the triangle, two parallel lines on the right. Inside the two triangles, stylized representations reminding eyes and mouth in rectangular shapes. At the bottom line on the left diagonal to the right and from the bottom up, dividing areas of different colors.
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Art Form
DrawingArtFormType
Art Medium
crayonArtMediumType
color crayonArtMediumType
sanguineArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
paperArtworkSurfaceType
Certificate
677
DN Number
419
Height
14
Width
8
Annotation
Stamped signature in bottom right corner "Portinari*". Undated
Annotation Family
On reverse, authentication and inscriptions by Maria Portinari "DN 419” and "Nº 266”.

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