Eduardo Viana (1881-1967) was one of the members of the first modern generation in Portuguese painting. He was more conservative in his approach to modern painting. The best examples of his assimilation of the modern styles in his work appears in the paintings he did in 1916, due to the influence of both Robert Delaunay and Sonia Delaunay, who he befriended during their presence in Portugal.

A Revolta das Bonecas, Eduardo Viana, 1916 *** Competing through cooperation in international supply networks: a case study from the cloth.

A revolta - A revolta das bonecas - Eduardo Viana - Orphism, 1916

A Revolta das Bonecas, Eduardo Viana, 1916 *** Competing through cooperation in international supply networks: a case study from the cloth.

Eduardo Viana, "Cabeça de rapaz",

Eduardo Viana, "Cabeça de rapaz",

A Arte em Portugal: Eduardo Viana (1881-1967)

A Revolta das Bonecas, Eduardo Viana, 1916 *** Competing through cooperation in international supply networks: a case study from the cloth.

Eduardo Viana (1881-1967), Portugal

Eduardo Viana (1881-1967), Portugal

Eduardo Viana, A piteira

Eduardo Viana, A piteira

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