Amaral, Tarsila do

Title

Amaral, Tarsila do

Birth Date:

1886

Death Date:

1973

Image:

Amaral, Tarsila do
Carnival in Madureira
1924
Oil on canvas
16 x 63 cm

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Nationality:

Brazil

Dates in Paris:

Jun. 1920-Jun. 1922; Feb.-Dec.1923; Sept. 1924-Mar. 1925; Dec. 1925-Aug. 1926; Mar.-Jul. 1928; 1931

Address in Paris:

2, rue du Louvre (1920); 5, Villa Méquillet, Neuilly-sur-Seine (1922); 9, rue Hégéesyppe Moreau (1923-Jan. 1925); 19 boulevard Berthier (by Apr. 1926)

Schools

Académie Julian; Adadémie Emile Renard (1920-22); Académie André Lhote (Mar-Jun 1923); Gleizes (Jun. 1923); Léger (Oct. 1923)

Exhibitions:

1922 (Apr. 29-Jun. 30): Salon de la Société des Artistes Français, Grand Palais (Portrait later renamed Passaporte)

1923 Inaugural exhibition at the Maison de l'Amérique Latine(Portrait de M de Andrade)

1926 Salón du Franc, Musée Galliera (one composition)

1926 (June 7-23): Tarsila, Galerie Percier

1928 (Jun 18-Jul. 7): Tarsila, Galerie Percier

1928, 1929 (Oct.) Salon des vrais indépendants

1930, 1931 Salon des Surindépendents (Peinture [woman with long hair], Antropofagia, Cartão Postal, Distancia, Religão Brasileira, *not clear in Aracy Amaral monograph whether these paintings were in 1928, 1929, or 1931 salon)

Contacts:

French poet Blaise Cendrars, Emile Renard, Brancusi, Delaunay, Picasso

Government Grant:

no

Notes:

Sells Composition in 1926 for 3300f

Citation

“Amaral, Tarsila do,” Transatlantic Encounters: Latin American Artists in Interwar Paris, accessed March 2, 2024, https://transatlanticencounters.rrchnm.org/items/show/4436.

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