Name Descriptor: Cézanne, Paul×
  • Arte y sujeto
    Berni, Antonio, 1905-1981
    1938
    Antonio Berni writes about the development of modern art since impressionism, focusing in particular on both Paul Cézanne and cubism. In particular, his analysis of surrealism stands out. The artist likewise analyzes the dehumanization of art, pure [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 775602

  • Aspectos del arte moderno y la pintura de signos
    Quintana Castillo, Manuel, 1928-
    1984
    In this essay, the visual artist Manuel Quintana Castillo suggests that early twentieth century art represents the demise of the art that preceded it. He explains that modern art promotes communication, encourages personal choice as the basis of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1156023

  • Cátedra libre : pintura clásica y pintura moderna
    Miró Quesada Cantuarias, Francisco, 1918-
    1955
    This is the general introduction to the survey about “classical” painting and “modern” painting that was published over the course of several weeks in the “Cátedra Libre” section of the Sunday supplement of El Comercio, a Lima newspaper [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1137375

  • Cuatro edades de la pintura
    Goyburu, Emilio
    1951
    In this essay, Emilio Goyburu divides Western painting into periods on the basis of its “aesthetic facet.” He defines four “ages” that he envisions as a progression. In its “primitive” age—or genesis—painting acted as a “graphic [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1150294

  • Discusión del cubismo
    Bayón, Damián
    1953
    Damián Bayón provides a far-reaching reading of Cubism on the basis of an exhibition held at the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris that ran from February to April 1953. Before delving into specific concerns, he explains the overall perspective of his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 787233

  • El arte de la pintura y la realidad
    Ospina, Marco, 1912-1983
    1947
    In this article the Colombian artist Marco Ospina defines painting as the art of space, form, and color. He thus rejects the idea of art as representation, instead stressing the artist’s mental experience as the source of inspiration for a painting [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1056293

  • En la orilla : notas sobre Diego Rivera
    Henríquez Ureña, Pedro, 1884-1946
    1921
    Writer/critic Pedro Henríquez Ureña describes Diego Rivera as a scholar. He compares Rivera to the Venetians and the Spaniards, the Florentines and the French, then he discusses the Mexican artist’s interest in the structure of the objects that [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 735280

  • Pintura : realismo y decadencia
    Falcón, Jorge, 1908-
    1950
    In this article Jorge Falcón reviews De Manet a nuestros días, the exhibition of French painting that opened at the Municipalidad de Lima on March 15, 1950. According to the writer and militant communist, the exhibition’s local reception—which [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1138271

  • Psicografía del cubismo
    Pérez Reinoso, Ramiro
    1927
    This article was written by Ramiro Pérez Reinoso who felt that the possibility of presenting a retrospective on the Cubist movement and its views “would not pale the increased hue of its modernity, seen in its last artists excited by its novelty [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1143473

  • Qué debemos al cubismo : La negación del arte burgués
    1936
    This analysis of the meaning of the Cubist rupture—that was published in Frente a Frente [Face to Face], the journal of the Liga de Escritores y Artistas Revolucionarios (LEAR) [League of Revolutionary Writers and Artists]—considers the fact that [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 779370

  • Sobre el arte nuevo en la post-guerra : carta a los artistas de América
    Oteiza, Jorge de, 1908-2003
    1944
    In this extensive article, Spanish sculptor Jorge de Oteiza examines the connections between art from the Americas and art from Europe, urging American artists not to fall into a fanatical independence and eschew the essential influence of European [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1089675