FCO-4956

Carajá Indian WomanExecuted to

1956

code

FCO-4956

CR Number

3727

Art Form

Painting

Art Medium

medium unidentified

Artwork Surface

support unidentified

EMPTY LABEL

Title
Carajá Indian Woman
Description
Composition unidentified tones. Texture unidentified. Indian Representation Carajá against background in light and dark tone. India is at the center of the composition, from the front, and is represented by two isosceles triangles, one on top of another vertex. In each triangle there is the representation of mouth and eyes. In the upper body and the eyes are square at the bottom and lozenges are burners are rectangular. Hair represented by two dark bands with the tips facing to the right. It feet out, with the on the left edge thinner, suggesting a stick handle. Background in light and dark tone divided by cross-border, which cuts the composition of the lower on the left to the upper on the right corner.
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Artwork Function
IllustrationArtworkFunctionType
Executed toArtworkFunctionType
Artwork Function Description
Illustration for poster and invitationPoster and invitation to the famous “Baile de Gala” at the Municipal Theater in Rio de Janeiro, RJ, during carnival
Art Form
PaintingArtFormType
Art Medium
medium unidentifiedArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
support unidentifiedArtworkSurfaceType
Collection
Annotation
Signed and dated in bottom left corner "PORTINARI 56"
Status
Não localizadaVisual Artwork Status

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