Miradas a la plástica colombiana de 1900 a 1950 : un debate histórico y estético / Luz Guillermina Sinning Téllez y Ruth Nohem Acuña Prieto.

Author
Sinning Téllez, Luz Guillermina [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
Spanish
Εdition
Primera edición.
Published/​Created
Bogotá : Universidad Externado de Colombia : c2011
Description
224 pages, [20] leaves of plates : color illustrations ; 21 cm.

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The first half of the 20th century in Colombia is an agitated period. The century starts in the middle of the Thousand Days' War and the devastation it produced. In the next decades multiple state projects fail to modernize a country mostly rural and isolated from the industrial and social movements that produce the II World War. In the decade of the 1940's under the liberal leadership of Enrique Olaya Herrera a series of social violent movements puts an end to the conservative oligarchy hegemony. Fifty years that start during a war and finish in social violence still produced art, a large and rich artistic patrimony scarcely studied before. The present study is an historic and aesthetic analysis of the different stages of production during these 5 decades of art history in Colombia throughout the artwork and careers of Roberto Pramo Tirado, Fídolo Alfonso González Camargo, Alipio Jaramillo Giraldo, Ricardo Gómez Campuzano, Marco Tobón Mejía, Andrés de Santa Maria, Luis Alberto Acuña and Débora Arango amongst others.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-224)
Language note
In Spanish.
Contents
Presentación -- Capítulo Primero: Los movimientos artísticos, escuelas, pintores y escultores de 1900 a 1950 y las miradas de la época -- Capítulo Segundo: Hacia un reconocimiento de valores de la producción plástica colombiana de 1900 a 1950.
ISBN
  • 9789587107487 (pbk.)
  • 9587107489 (pbk.)
OCLC
820733537
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