Name Descriptor: Boggio, Emilio×
  • [Es bastante excepcional el caso de pintores...]
    Thiébault-Sisson, François, 1856-1944
    1970
    Here, the French critic and journalist Thiébault-Sisson performs an exhaustive review of the artistic life of the painter Emilio Boggio. The article comments on his artistic beginnings and his relationships with his teacher Jean-Paul Laurens and his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1161716

  • El diario inédito del pintor Emilio Boggio en Caracas : de julio a septiembre de 1919
    Pineda, Rafael, 1926-
    1978
    In this article, the critic Rafael Pineda discusses the unpublished diary kept by the Venezuelan artist Emilio Boggio while he was living in Caracas in 1919. Pineda writes about Boggio’s return to the country where he was born, his reunion with his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1161700

  • Emilio Boggio
    Calzadilla, Juan, 1931
    1973
    This is critic Juan Calzadilla’s biographical essay for the catalogue produced by the Museo Emilio Boggio (Caracas: Concejo Municipal del Distrito Federal, n.d.). Calzadilla provides a detailed report about Emilio Boggio, discussing where he was [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1162902

  • Exposición del paisaje venezolano: III
    Planchart, Enrique, 1894-1953
    1942
    In its third and final installment, the review written by Enrique Planchart on the Exposición del Paisaje Venezolano, the author contemplates the works of some artists that he identifies with the following phrases: “extensive work” (Marcos [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 850454

  • La exposición de Boggio
    Tablada, José Juan, 1871-1945
    1919
    After attending the preview for the exhibition of painter Emilio Boggio, the Mexican poet and art critic José Juan Tablada, who lived in Caracas for some time, discusses the artist’s work, and also makes assumptions about public taste and the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 808640

  • Repatriación de Emilio Boggio
    Pineda, Rafael, 1926-
    The art critic Rafael Pineda describes the process of bringing the work of Emilio Boggio into the Venezuelan art market after his death. He explains step by step how Venezuelan art collectors repatriated a large part of the art he had produced. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1161684

  • Un destino venezolano en Boggio
    Calzadilla, Juan, 1931
    Juan Calzadilla provides an overview of the career of Venezuelan artist Emilio Boggio, from his early academic phase through his return to Venezuela in 1919, one year before his death. Calzadilla discusses the influences on Boggio, his travels in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1161732