FCO-1217

Sancho Panza at the Hands of the VillagersIllustration

[1956]

code

FCO-1217

CR Number

3751

dimensions

35 x 43 cm

Art Form

Drawing

Art Medium

colored pencil

Artwork Surface

cardboard
Mentioned By
Is Part Of

EMPTY LABEL

Title
Sancho Panza at the Hands of the Villagers
Description
Composition in black tones, blue, yellow, and white earthy. Straight lines and broken lines. It depicts ten people in a circle holding a large blanket with which are playing Sancho Panza, who is in the air up. In the background construction and Don Quixote watching the It depicts. In the foreground, a group of figures in a circle, each holding the edge of a stretched blanket. The figures are side by side and some have to head back: they wear jackets with striped stockings. In the air, in the center of the circle, you see Sancho Panza too fat supine with open arms and legs stretched out. In the background, on the right, building with window, seeing-back of it, a girl; a gray horse standing in front of a dog and Don Quixote, near the angle of the walls of the building, as if spying the It depicts. Ground broken in light yellow tone and stronger yellow; fund also in yellow looking up on the left, sun representation.
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Artwork Function
IllustrationArtworkFunctionType
Artwork Function Description
Illustration for the book “Don Quixote,” by Cervantes, which was never published
Art Form
DrawingArtFormType
Art Medium
colored pencilArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
cardboardArtworkSurfaceType
Collection
Museus Castro Maya adquirida em 1963Collection
Height
43
Width
35
Annotation
Unsigned and undated

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