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A obra gráfica de Lima de Carvalho

Author(s): Coxixo, Ricardo Jorge Bilro Cardoso, 1980-

Date: 2011

Persistent ID: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/6523

Origin: Repositório da Universidade de Lisboa

Subject(s): Carvalho, Lima de, 1940-; Desenho; Retrato; Crítica social; Metáfora


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We established a systematic theoretical and graphics content, considering the different types and stages, but will not be possible to establish rigid boundaries between the successive moments of graphic production. In the training period are entered all work performed in workshops and drawings made at the School of Fine Arts in Oporto. Among them some international influences. In the chapter of the design model, there is a historical summary of the teaching of design in Portugal. The live model drawing of the author, 1951 until the year 2006. The drawings are in fact divided into three parts: drawing pictures, articles and ramblings. A series of social criticism there will be a study of aesthetic and ethic problems of the consumer society, evoking a critical awareness of the lack of values of the consumer society. On the topic of deconstruction of the body, the transfiguration of the body is a constant, the human figure is transfigured, schematic, ranging from the logic of normal anatomy and de-anatomical structures. In terms of sexual metaphors expounds on technical issues and then, like the vegetable elements of human body parts, revealing macro - eroticized landscapes. In the picture, made a brief historical introduction on the origin and evolution of the picture by addressing simultaneously issues related to the topic. In the chapter of the materials, approach to more technical matters relating to the materials used by the author

Tese de mestrado, Desenho, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2011

Document Type Master thesis
Language Portuguese
Advisor(s) Pedro, António, 1953-
Contributor(s) Coxixo, Ricardo Jorge Bilro Cardoso, 1980-
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