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Name Descriptor: Rozo, Rómulo, 1899-1964×
  • Rómulo Rozo y su última exposición
    Barbagelata, Hugo D. (Hugo David), 1886-
    This is a review of works by Rómulo Rozo, written in Paris by Hugo D. Barbagelata. It begins by quoting the words written by the French sculptor Antoine Bourdelle, who was highly complimentary of Rozo’s artistic abilities: “I hope that Colombia [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1133493

  • El año artístico
    Samper Ortega, Daniel, 1895-1943
    In this text, Daniel Samper Ortega critically discusses certain events that took place on the Colombian art scene in 1929. First, he bemoans the death of artist Roberto Pizano, an important figure on the Colombian art scene, largely due to his work [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1129862

  • El Salón de 1927 : obras de Santamaría, Roberto Pizano, Tobón Mejía y Rómulo Rozo
    Grillo, Max, 1868-
    The synopsis and the annotations in English are coming soon.                                However, our bilingual readers can click on “Español” to access this information in Spanish [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1101076

  • Nacionalismo en la estética y en el pensamiento
    Arango Ferrer, Javier (1905-1984)
    In this essay written for Revista Colombiana, the art critic Javier Arango Ferrer declares himself to be in favor of nationalism. He carefully and shrewdly reviews the works of the sculptors Rómulo Rozo and Marco Tobón Mejía, and the painter Marco [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1089193

  • De cómo se expresa en arte el pueblo colombiano
    López de Mesa, Luis, 1884- 1967
    In “De cómo se expresa en arte el pueblo colombiano” [On How Colombians Express Themselves in Art] (1934), the Colombian intellectual Luis López de Mesa reviews the history of Colombian art during the colonial period. He describes this period [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1089030

  • Una hora C. A. Tapia y Sánchez
    Castillo, Eduardo, 1889- 1938
    When asked about the state of decorative arts in Colombia, critic Carlos Arturo Tapias Sánchez responds that there is just the faintest suggestion of an innovative tendency in the work of sculptors Rómulo Rozo and Ramón Barba. The first, Tapias S [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1088123

  • Rómulo Rozo y el pegaso angélico
    Grillo, Max, 1868-
    Max Grillo provides a detailed description of the life of Colombian sculptor Rómulo Rozo, including the difficulties he faced while studying in Paris at both the Académie Julian and the Académie Colarossi. Rozo maintains that his greatest teacher [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1079239