Hi Mette' I'm trying to comment on your other blog with no luck, so am testing on this one ...Please email me!ricka
Hi Ricka! Oh, you can't comment on my other blog...hmmm, wonder what is wrong..hmm! I'll email you!
Tarsila was really a great painter in our country, a big name in the forefront of modern art here. His father was a wealthy coffee plantation in São Paulo which allowed to study painting in Paris, Fernand Léger. I really like her work. Was walking away this time, a friend of the images.
My grandmother always said: "The wealthy people have many pleasures, the poor ones many children" - and in this case it is true: having a father who can send you to Paris to study that's a huge pleasure!
Hello !I am a passerby who came here by mere coincidence ( but a good one i am sure ! ). I was searching for works of Tarsila do Amaral and google led me to you, so i wanted first to express my admiration for your blog,second to inquire from you about the names of the paintings since i display them in an art-work;s page so the identification of the work is necessary ! Many thanks in advance and warm regards from Cairo, EgyptOmar Sameh
Hi Omar! Thank you for your wonderful comment! No, I'm sorry...I don't the titles, I'm sorry to say! I didn't write the titles at the time I posted this, so silly, but I didn't ;O(
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