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  • El escultor Piqueras Cotolí
    Barreda y Laos, Enrique-Domingo, 1879-1944
    The author recalls his visit, three years earlier, to the Academy of Spain in Rome, where, in his judgment, “the inexplicable frivolity and artifice of modern art are halted.” He praises the work of director Eduardo Chicharro, as well as that of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141308

  • Habla Piquera Cotolí...
    Solari, Carlos, 1883-1932
    After visiting the ENBA sculpture studios in Lima, the author comments on works by Coello and Pozo, and mentions the sculptress Carmen Saco. He then interviews Manuel Piqueras Cotolí, the architect from Madrid, in whose studio he examines two works [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141340

  • La obra de Piqueras Cotolí en Lima : notas de arte
    Solari, Carlos, 1883-1932
    Article by art critic Carlos Solari (under the pseudonym “Don Quijote”) regarding Manuel Piqueras Cotolí’s work in Lima. [Solari] states that after a decade in Lima during which he made “an immeasurable contribution to the arts of Peru,” [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141357

  • Manuel Piqueras Cotolí
    Salinas Cossío, Guillermo, 1882-1941
    This essay is a biographical sketch on the life and work of architect Manuel Piqueras Cotolí after his passing. His firm convictions and talent was considered an irrecoverable loss in the Peruvian art scene. His “Peruvianism” was not archaic but [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136631

  • Manuel Piqueras Cotolí
    Solari Swayne, Manuel
    The author of this obituary notice explains that Manuel Piqueras Cotolí was born in Córdoba, Spain, where he learned to appreciate the “architectural grandeur” of that city-museum. Manuel Solari Swayne lists the prizes the artist began [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141324

  • Significado y expresión de las maquettes de la proyectada basílica a Santa Rosa de Lima : disertación del doctor Alfredo Álvarez Calderón en la última audición de la Hora Rosa del jueves 19 del mes en curso : creación del estilo neo-peruano
    Alvarez Calderón, Alfredo
    The author of this article notes that Santa Rosa [Saint Rosa] has been glorified with altars, chapels, and temples in various parts of the world; he therefore believes that a basilica should be built in her honor in Lima, her home city. But first, he [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141292

  • Varios artistas opinan que es absolutamente necesario reformar los Institutos de arte en el Perú
    These statements, that were collected and published in Cascabel, a weekly newspaper in Lima, were made by the artists Francisco González Gamarra, Domingo Pantigoso and Carlos More, as well as, by the sculptors Ismael Pozo, Luis Agurto and Romano [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1143159