MARIA HELENA VIEIRA DA SILVA (1908-1992) Portuguese-French Abstract Painter.  Studied with Fernand Léger. Influenced by Cézanne. Lived and worked in Paris.  Married Hungarian artist Árpád Szenes. Received the French government's Grand Prix National des Arts in 1966, the first woman so honored. Artwork: Dislocation du Labyrinthe.

Dislocation du labyrinthe by Maria Helena Vieira da Silva

VIEIRA DA SILVA New Amsterdam II, 1970 óleo s/ tela 195 x 97 cm Col. Jorge de Brito, em depósito na Fundação Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva (http://fasvs.pt/coleccao/acercaimage/113)

VIEIRA DA SILVA New Amsterdam II, 1970 óleo s/ tela 195 x 97 cm Col. Jorge de Brito, em depósito na Fundação Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva (http://fasvs.pt/coleccao/acercaimage/113)

Londres - By the late 1950s Vieira da Silva was internationally known for her dense and complex compositions, influenced by the art of Paul Cézanne and the fragmented forms, spatial ambiguities, and restricted palette of cubism and abstract art. She is considered to be one of the most important Post-War abstract artists however she is not a "pure" abstract painter. Her work is related to French Tachisme, American Abstract expressionism, and Surrealism

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