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  • Pintura : orígenes del color
    Vieco, Luis Eduardo
    1906
    In 1901, after having studied painting in Europe, Francisco Antonio Cano returned to Colombia and resumed his work teaching painting in Medellín. His students included Luis Eduardo Vieco, who wrote these notes on Cano’s lessons, chiefly on color [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1100285

  • Pintura y escultura : reflexiones sobre un arte nacional
    Malharro, Martín
    1903
    This article was written by Argentinean artist Martín Malharro in 1903 in the first issue of Ideas magazine. In the article, Malharro investigates the notion of an Argentinean national art, and insists that artists should pursue the creation of a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1125302

  • Prólogo
    Rojas, Ricardo, 1882-1957
    1908
    Argentinean cultural scholar Ricardo Rojas wrote this prologue to the collection of essays, entitled Cosmópolis, in Paris in 1908. In it, Rojas expresses concern that Latin American cities like Buenos Aires have overemphasized cosmopolitanism to the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1125334

  • Psicología del impresionismo
    Grillo, Max, 1868-
    1905
    In this article, poet Maximiliano Grillo voices his opposition to editor and critic Baldomero Sanín Cano in relation to the work of artist Andrés de Santamaría. Sanín Cano’s views were put forth in articles entitled “El impresionismo en Bogot [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1079619

  • Salidas de tono : la aristocracia de Sodoma al servicio nacional
    1901
    El Hijo del Ahuizote, which was opposed to the Porfirio Díaz administration and was in fact one of its fiercest enemies, continued to publish texts with the same satirical tone: “to the innocent Army, forcing it to welcome and include among its [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 778146

  • Santiago Rebull
    Tablada, José Juan, 1871-1945
    1902
    This short biography was written by José Juan Tablada and published on February 23rd of 1902, in El Mundo Ilustrado, on the occasion of Santiago Rebull’s death. In this brief account of his artistic career, the author applauds Rebull as a painter [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 778211

  • Semana alegre
    Campo, Angel de
    1901
    With subtle irony (but without sarcasm or mockery), the writer talks about the excessive pampering and preferences of “niños ricos” [rich children] in a society “acostumbrada [a que] un chico duerma con veladora, tapadas las rendijas; que se [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 778141

  • Sobre cuestiones de arte
    Betancourt, Félix
    1909
    In this text, the lawyer and humanist Felix Betancourt submits one of the earliest philosophical reflections on aesthetic matters ever to be expressed in Antioquia. Betancourt claims that “perfect and ultimate beauty” arises from things and from [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1094060

  • Sr. J. P. Arriaga : ciudad de México
    1901
    This article introduces one of the oldest studio photographers in Mexico City: José P. Arriaga, who was fifty years old at the time the article was published. He began as an amateur photographer and in less than six years became so proficient with [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 792891

  • Tres dibujantes modernos : Luis Morín, Steinlen, Willete : I
    Tablada, José Juan, 1871-1945
    1902
    In this lengthy, two-part article, José Juan Tablada discusses the graphic albums produced by Pierre-Louis Morin, Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, and Adolphe Léon Willette, the three illustrators most strongly identified with the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 778192

  • Tres dibujantes modernos : Luis Morín, Steinlen, Willete : II
    Tablada, José Juan, 1871-1945
    1902
    This is the second part of the article in which Tablada discusses the graphic albums produced by Pierre-Louis Morin, Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, and Adolphe Léon Willette, the three illustrators most strongly identified with the culture of fin-de [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 778199

  • Un baile clandestino sorprendido : 42 hombres aprehendidos, unos vestidos de mujeres
    1901
    There were forty-two people at the dance. Later it was discovered that one of them was actually a woman, but it was never clarified if she was just the housekeeper or a go-between, leading the guests to clandestine sites. They recognized “some of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 778091

  • Una exposición de sketches en Guadalajara
    Tablada, José Juan, 1871-1945
    1906
    In this interesting article published in the Revista Moderna de México (1898-1911), the most important forum of the era for cultural journalism, the poet José Juan Tablada raises different topics in order to document the artistic production of the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 778252