FCO-1148

PeaceStudy

[1952]

code

FCO-1148

CR Number

3180

dimensions

38.5 x 58.5 cm

Art Form

Drawing

Art Medium

lead pencilcrayon

Artwork Surface

paper
Mentions
Is Part Of

EMPTY LABEL

Title
Peace
Description
Composition in black and white. Straight and sinuous lines. Composition representing various groups of people, and some form wheels. The composition is enclosed in support of which the top is formed by irregular straight line that goes from the right to on the left. The groups are more or less separated. From bottom to top, is seen at the center, forming the first group, boy sitting on the profile of the ground to the right, the on the right woman standing in profile to the right, holding the child in the top on the right-hand man standing, facing with child sitting on his neck and child standing to his on the left. The second group is on the right and is made up of women in wheel. Above, on the left, a wheel of women; on the right semidefinite large area with regularly arranged with figures they are winding with only sketched line through the entire group resulting in a dynamic effect on the composition. In the area above, which brings group of four kids jumping carrion, two are in the air and two are curved; the center wheel formed by women; on the right outlined small group suggests people embracing. On top of the support, near the edge, three groups just defined. Surrounding the design both the top margin and the bottom margin, geometric dark areas cashing composition. Outside the on the left side margin of the composition, at the bottom, the human figure outline serving scale.
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Related Document 45
Artwork Function
StudyArtworkFunctionType
Artwork Function Description
Study, not used, for the panel “Peace” [FCO 3798]
Art Form
DrawingArtFormType
Art Medium
lead pencilArtMediumType
crayonArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
paperArtworkSurfaceType
Certificate
1042
Height
58.5
Width
38.5
Annotation
Unsigned and undated
Annotation Family
At bottom edge, inscriptions by Maria Portinari "Desenho de autoria de Candido Portinari, autenticado por Maria Victoria Portinari” and "Nº 464”.

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