Creator: Moll, Eduardo, 1929-×
Contributor: http://icaa.mfah.org/vocabs/names/index.php?tema=11164×
  • "Me parece que no hay otra pintura que la europea"
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1952
    In this interview, Fernando de Szyszlo states that the only painting tradition that exists is the European tradition, under the standards that emanated from Paris in the late 19th century, to which all other schools have been assimilated. Even “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 864956

  • Crónica de arte : I Salón de Arte Abstracto
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1958
    Commentary by painter and art critic Eduardo Moll on the I Salón de Arte Abstracto held in Lima (January 1958), which he participated in and helped organize. Moll emphasizes the large number of participating artists and artworks, stating that this [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1137359

  • Encuesta : Ricardo Grau expone sus puntos de vista sobre la pintura y sus escuelas
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1952
    In this interview, Ricardo Grau reviews the major trends in the European visual arts from Manet to “the art known as Abstract,” identifying the School of Paris as the center of contemporary art. However, he also points out the importance of both [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1150493

  • Pintura : reportaje a Juan Manuel Ugarte E.
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1952
    In this interview, Juan Manuel Ugarte Eléspuru states his belief that Latin America has its own “Western” painting, but this body of art differs from the latest trends in Paris. In his opinion, the work coming from Paris is picturesque and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 864995

  • Reportaje a Carlos A. Castillo
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1952
    In the opinion of the interviewee Carlos Aitor Castillo, the artist “is inevitably contemporary,” since human beings evolve, both materially and spiritually. However, given the current period of “dehumanization” and limits on artistic [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865074

  • Reportaje a Romano Espinoza Cáceda
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1952
    In this interview, Romano Espinoza Cáceda classifies Peruvian art into three major periods: ancient (decorative, with its own characteristics), colonial (marked by “natural” European influences) and modern (attempting to pinpoint what makes art [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1227158

  • Reportajes
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1952
    While the interviewee, the painter Alberto Dávila, states that the milieu is one influence on artists, he also regards foreign influences as positive for Latin American creators, as long as they do not dampen the artists’ creativity. Artists are [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 865093

  • Sérvulo Gutiérrez opina llanamente sobre pintura y sobre pintores
    Moll, Eduardo, 1929-
    1952
    In this interview with Sérvulo Gutiérrez, the painter states that the European tradition is the most advanced in the world, showing his preference for both the School of Paris and Surrealism. In his opinion, the return to European models is the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1150441