This painting was done by Vieira da silva in 1957 and is called 'les chantiers'. The street scene was created using thin sharp lines which were built up in certain areas to create depth and tone. There is a focal point created by perspective, drawing your eyes through the street. The overall mood is similar to Jackson Pollock, specifically 'Ritmo de otoño', as both artists have used prominently black and white colours, with line being a strong feature in both works.

This painting was done by Vieira da silva in 1957 and is called 'les chantiers'. The street scene was created using thin sharp lines which were built up in certain areas to create depth and tone. There is a focal point created by perspective, drawing your eyes through the street. The overall mood is similar to Jackson Pollock, specifically 'Ritmo de otoño', as both artists have used prominently black and white colours, with line being a strong feature in both works.

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.

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.

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)

<3 Helena Vieira da Silva, The Theatre of Gérard Philipe, 1975. Oil on canvas, Musée d'Unterlinden, Colmar.

Estas maçanetas, de Naomi Thellier de Poncheville (fabricadas por Pols Potten), são qualquer coisa! Mesmo estando sozinha em casa há sempre a quem dar a mão!

For a long time women were not regarded as important figures in the artistic movement, fortunately that did not happen to Vieira da Silva. Description from dotslinesetc.blogspot.fr. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Uma das obras de Maria Helena expostas no MAM Encerra neste domingo, a exposição com 51 obras de Maria Helena Vieira da Silva no Mu...


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