FCO-623

Carajá Indian WomanStudy

1961

code

FCO-623

CR Number

4833

dimensions

11.5 x 13 cm

Art Medium

lead pencil

Artwork Surface

cardboard

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Title
Carajá Indian Woman
Description
Composition in black and white. Contour lines, straight and winding. Study two Carajas Indies against a plain background. On the left, facing India, appearing to be kneeling. Mong black hair blowing to the left and body painting spiral shapes the breasts, the belly and legs. On the right a bit further behind another India composed of two isosceles triangles, with the top base is supported on the lower vertex. Two straight lines ending in hook defining legs. Between the two Indian a dark circle suggests moon.
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Artwork Function
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Study
Art Medium
lead pencilArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
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Certificate
389
DN Number
234
Collection
Brookfield Incorporações incorporadaCollection
Previous Collection
Height
13
Width
11.5
Annotation
Unsigned and undated
Annotation Family
On reverse, authentication and inscriptions by Maria Portinari "DN 234” and "Nº 655”.

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