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COLORS AND SHAPES: THE SECOND HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Book of NEREIDE SCHILARO SANTA ROSA.
The author, Nereide Schilaro Santa Rosa, writes especially for children and youth about the most important events of Brazilian art, and thus shows, in plain language, the evolution of artistic culture in the country. In the series, published in six volumes, presents the work of traveling artists in Brazil between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. The Imperial Academy of Fine Arts. The greatest artists of the nineteenth century. The Modernism and the birth of a genuinely Brazilian movement; the greatness of Abstractionism; the refinement of Baroque art in our country and the importance of the Brazilian folk art to the knowledge of our culture.
Publisher PINAKOTHEKE. 31 page
CITIES AND FORESTS: THE TRAVELERS ARTISTS BETWEEN THE SEVENTEENTH AND NINETEENTH DREAMS AND REALITY: THE FIRST HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
ROOTS AND TRADITIONS: FOLK ART IN BRAZIL