FCO-2562

Rubber TappersExecuted to

1954

code

FCO-2562

CR Number

3265

dimensions

149 x 199 cm

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Mentioned By
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Title
Rubber Tappers
Description
Composition in ochre, earthy, yellow, green, orange, white, gray, blue and black. Smooth texture and marked brushstrokes. Composition representing two black rubber working in culture rubber against geometrized background. In the foreground, on the left of center, man, standing with his back; It wears transparent shirt, ochre, with patches of darker shades, seeing a part of the diaper out of his pants that is darker but also with patches and rolled at the time of the potatoes legs and sandals with strap between the toes. It folded on the left arm, waist and the on the right up the hand holding the ax with which it appears that will make incisions in rubber trunk is suggested ahead. To the right, another tapper, front, crouching. wear orange shirt with patches, brown pants and strap sandals between your fingers. Has indicated facial features, his arms are raised holding a large burden that suggests that a rubber ball. On the left, triangular shape with rounded angles appearing to be an oven to make rubber pellets. Fund and suggesting geometrized floor plans overlap.
Related Event 6
Related Document 26
Artwork Function
Executed toArtworkFunctionType
Artwork Function Description
Work executed to decorate the headquarters of “O Cruzeiro” magazine, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Work designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer.
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Collection
Banco Central do Brasil adquirida em 1976Collection
Previous Collection
Diários Associados adquirida do artista sob encomenda feita em 1954, por Assis ChateaubriandCollection
Height
199
Width
149
Dimension Notes
precisão: aproximadas
Annotation
Signed and dated at bottom right "PORTINARI 54"

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