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Rafael Barradas 1890-1929 Oil On Board. Signed

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Rafael Barradas 1890-1929 Oil On Board. Signed

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Rafael Barradas 1890-1929 Oil On Board. Signed Lower Left Corner Painter and Illustrator Uruguayan, born in Montevideo on January 7, 1890 and died on February 12, 1929 in the same city. He made most of his artistic work in Spain. He proposed a new aesthetic concept, the vibrationism, and he/she was considered one of the foremost representatives of the ultraist movement.From his earliest work, Barradas showed great sensitivity to color and a unique capacity for synthesis, which was used in his illustrations and cartoons (the emigrants from 1912 and García Lorca and another of 1920, both at the National Museum of Visual Arts in Montevideo, Uruguay). In his painting always strongly emphasized drawing, which preserves the vitality and expression of the Enlightenment on the canvas (man in the tavern of 1922, the A-team series.) National Museum of Visual Arts in Montevideo, Uruguay). His latest pictorial works are a rigorous construction and the color is limited to a nuanced palette of gray (Miller Aragonese 1924, belonging to the A-team series. National Museum of Visual Arts in Montevideo, Uruguay). Already ill, returned to Montevideo, where he/she was honored at the Teatro Solís. He died on February 12, 1929.
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Rafael Barradas 1890-1929 Oil On Board. Signed

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Dec 20, 2020
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0088: Rafael Barradas 1890-1929 Oil On Board. Signed

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Lot 0088 Details

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Rafael Barradas 1890-1929 Oil On Board. Signed Lower Left Corner Painter and Illustrator Uruguayan, born in Montevideo on January 7, 1890 and died on February 12, 1929 in the same city. He made most of his artistic work in Spain. He proposed a new aesthetic concept, the vibrationism, and he/she was considered one of the foremost representatives of the ultraist movement.From his earliest work, Barradas showed great sensitivity to color and a unique capacity for synthesis, which was used in his illustrations and cartoons (the emigrants from 1912 and García Lorca and another of 1920, both at the National Museum of Visual Arts in Montevideo, Uruguay). In his painting always strongly emphasized drawing, which preserves the vitality and expression of the Enlightenment on the canvas (man in the tavern of 1922, the A-team series.) National Museum of Visual Arts in Montevideo, Uruguay). His latest pictorial works are a rigorous construction and the color is limited to a nuanced palette of gray (Miller Aragonese 1924, belonging to the A-team series. National Museum of Visual Arts in Montevideo, Uruguay). Already ill, returned to Montevideo, where he/she was honored at the Teatro Solís. He died on February 12, 1929.

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