Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, Sans titre, 1952 Di Donna Galleries


MARIAHELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA (19081992) , Sans titre Christie's

The city reigns supreme over the life and work of Maria Helena Vieira da Silva: Lisbon, cradle of her existence, where, as a solitary child, she developed a taste for observation and contemplation; Paris, adopted capital and dwelling as of 1928, where she would meet gallery owner Jeanne Bucher*, champion of her work, and Hungarian painter Árpád Szenes, her life partner; Rio de Janeiro, city.


Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (19081992) Centro de Documentação Elina Guimarães

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva. A firm fixture on the international art circuit from a young age, Vieira da Silva was a prominent figure within the School of Paris. She settled in the city in 1928 and met people who would go on to shape the course of her life, especially gallery owner Jeanne Bucher and the Hungarian-Jewish painter Arpad Szenes.


Maria Helena Vieira Da Silva CLAVÉ FINE ART

Née à Lisbonne en 1908, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva s'est très tôt « réfugiée dans le monde des couleurs », une inclinaison qu'elle réaffirme à nouveau à la fin de années 1980 dans son Testament pictural : « Je lègue à mes amis. Un bleu céruléum pour voler haut. Un bleu de cobalt pour le bonheur. Un bleu d'outremer pour.


Untitled Maria Helena Vieira da Silva Abstract art painting, Abstract

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva. Au retour du Brésil où, avec son mari, le peintre hongrois Arpad Szenes, elle s'est réfugiée pendant la guerre, Vieira da Silva peint Bibliothèque (cat. rais. n o 658). L'artiste, qui expose régulièrement à la galerie Jeanne Bucher, ne participe pas aux débats de la scène parisienne sur l'abstraction et la figuration, et s'adonne à l.


Bibliothèque Centre Pompidou

1908 to 1992. Born in Lisbon, Vieira da Silva began studying drawing and painting at that city's Academia das Belas Artes when she was only 11. At 16, she expanded her artistic interests to include the study of sculpture. Three years later she moved to Paris. There, Vieira da Silva studied painting with Fernand Léger, sculpture with Antoine.


"Paris de Noite", 1951. Maria Helena Vieira da Silva. Oil on canvas (54... Download Scientific

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Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (19081992) , SainteOdile Christie's

Retrouvez les œuvres d'art en vente et toutes les informations sur Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (français/portugais, 1908-1992). Pour en savoir plus sur Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, parcourez ses œuvres dans les galeries, ses lots mis aux enchères, son actualité et bien plus encore.


Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (19081992) "La Ville rouge" (1937, huile sur toile) Exposition

Reproductionde commande. Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, née à Lisbonne le 13 juin 1908 et morte à Paris le 6 mars 1992, est une artiste peintre portugaise appartenant à l'École de Paris. Son style pictural propose un espace qui combine réseaux et mosaïques dans des compositions aux perspectives fuyantes. Elle est considérée comme l'un.


MARIAHELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA LA PRÉDICATION DE SAINTANTOINE Art Contemporain Day Sale

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva [1], née à Lisbonne le 13 juin 1908 et morte à Paris le 6 mars 1992 [2], est une artiste peintre portugaise, puis naturalisée française, appartenant à l'École de Paris.. Son style pictural propose un espace qui combine réseaux et mosaïques dans des compositions aux perspectives fuyantes. Elle est considérée comme l'un des chefs de file du mouvement.


Maria Helena Vieira da Silva The Corridor, oil on canvas, 1950, 64.8 x 91.1 cm, Tate Gallery

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva GCSE • GCL (Lisboa, 13 de junho de 1908 — Paris, 6 de março de 1992) foi uma pintora portuguesa, naturalizada francesa em 1956. Era filha do embaixador Marcos Vieira da Silva,falecido em Leysin a 14 de Fevereiro de 1911, e neta materna de José Joaquim da Silva Graça, jornalista, fundador, proprietário e.


MARIA HELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA (19081992)

Echiquier Rouge ou Joueurs d'Échecs (Red Chessboard or Chess Players) This painting, inspired by Cézanne's Card Players (1894-95), and, perhaps even more so, by Marcel Duchamp's Les Joueurs d'Échecs (1911), was produced near the end of Vieira da Silva's exile in Brazil. It is a Cubist depiction of two chess players.


Maria Helena Vieira da Silva Malerin der Abstraktion ARTinWORDS

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (13 June 1908 - 6 March 1992) was a Portuguese abstract painter. She was considered a leading member of the European abstract expressionism movement known as Art Informel. Her works feature complex interiors and city views using lines that explore space and perspective. She also worked in tapestry and stained glass.


MARIA HELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA (19081992)

Date of death. 1992. Maria Helena Vieira da Silva left her hometown Lisbon in 1928 with the intention to study sculpture at the Académie La Grande Chaumière in Paris. Amid the vibrant Parisian art scene, her interests extended to painting, which she studied with Fernand Léger, among others. In the mid 1930s, Vieira da Silva began working in.


MARIA HELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA (19081992) , Combat Christie's

Born in Lisbon, the painter Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (1908-1992) moved to Paris in 1928 to become one of the major figures of post-war art, one of the few female artists to gain international fame in the 1950s. In her painting, described as "abstract landscape art," Vieira focused her attention and her practice on the question of perspective. Her central subject was the city.


La Partie d'échecs Maria Helena Vieira da Silva r/chessbeginners

C'est par cette œuvre magistrale et iconique du corpus de Maria Helena que commence l'exposition que Dijon lui consacre. Aujourd'hui trente-six œuvres de Vieira da Silva sont conservées à Dijon :18 peintures, 17 œuvres sur papier et une boîte à lettres peinte commandée pour Kathleen par Pierre.


Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, La Garde des anges, 1950 Di Donna Galleries

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (13 June 1908 - 6 March 1992) was a Portuguese abstract painter. [1] She was considered a leading member of the European abstract expressionism movement known as Art Informel. Her works feature complex interiors and city views using lines that explore space and perspective. She also worked in tapestry and stained.