FCO-2553

BandeirantesExecuted to

1956

code

FCO-2553

CR Number

3807

dimensions

169 x 199 cm

Art Form

Panel

Art Medium

oil

Artwork Surface

canvas
Mentioned By 2
Is Part Of

EMPTY LABEL

Title
Bandeirantes
Description
Composition in tones earthy, green, black, ochre and orange. Smooth and thick texture on the face of the figures. Composition representing three Girl Scout group and a black, standing in geometrized area suggesting forest penetrated by sunshine. The group is to the right of center of the area of ​​the composition. The figure is ahead, has suggested facial features and beard; brimmed hat wears up, a kind of garment at the waist and fastened long boots to the mid-thigh. It has bent the on the right arm and on the left across the chest along the body holding vertically a long rifle. More to the right and a little further back, another pioneer beard wearing light green clothes, belt in which are stuck a sword and a glove and pants high boots. He folded on the left arm with hand on the face, horizontally as if to see better. Behind this figure, more to the left, head of another pioneer whose body is covered by two people who are in front. His face is defined as seeing yourself clearly their facial features, beard and mustache. To your on the right, behind the first pioneer, black back wearing blue clothes and barefoot. His head is turned to the left and has indicated facial features. Fund and geometrized floor with regular and dark bands forms across the entire height of the composition suggesting the trunks of trees in a forest among which one sees light areas of green, yellow and blue light suggesting.
Related Event 11
Related Document 30
Artwork Function
Executed toArtworkFunctionType
Artwork Function Description
Work executed to decorate the headquarters of the “O Cruzeiro” magazine, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Work designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer.
Art Form
PanelArtFormType
Art Medium
oilArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
canvasArtworkSurfaceType
Collection
Banco Central do Brasil adquirida em 1976Collection
Previous Collection
Diários Associados adquirida do artista sob encomenda feita por Assis Chateaubriand, em 1954Collection
Height
199
Width
169
Dimension Notes
precisão: aproximadas
Annotation
Signed and dated at bottom right "PORTINARI 56"

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