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by Fernando Botero

ePub Botero (includes 47 pages of color plates) (Spanish Edition) download
Author:
Fernando Botero
ISBN13:
978-8430570140
ISBN:
8430570144
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Publisher:
Susaeta Ediciones (1990)
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His work includes still-life and landscapes, but Botero tends to primarily focus on situational portraiture

His work includes still-life and landscapes, but Botero tends to primarily focus on situational portraiture. His paintings and sculptures are, on first examination, noted for their exaggerated proportions and the corpulence of the human figures and animal figures. The "fat people" is what they are often called by critics. Botero explains his use of obese figures and forms as such: "An artist is attracted to certain kinds of form without knowing why. You adopt a position intuitively; only later do you attempt to rationalize or even justify i.

Fernando Botero Angulo (born 19 April 1932) is a Colombian figurative artist and sculptor. Born in Medellín, his signature style, also known as "Boterismo", depicts people and figures in large, exaggerated volume, which can represent political criticism or humor, depending on the piece. He is considered the most recognized and quoted living artist from Latin America, and his art can be found in highly visible places around the world, such as Park Avenue in New York City and the Champs-Élysées in Paris.

While his work includes still-lifes and landscapes, Botero has typically concentrated on his emblematic situational portraiture united by his subjects' proportional exaggeration. In Pedrito,Botero seems to take a tongue in cheek look at familial heirarchy. A young boy, dressed in military regalia, sits atop a rocking horse dominating the image and his parents seen at the bottom right.

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Spanish - Fernando Botero - one of my fave artists! "Little" girl smoking by Fernando Botero leaving us perplexed on purpose. He depicts people and figures in large, exaggerated volume but never in a mocking tone. la vasca dei pesci: Fb: tra l’utile ed il futile. botero by Carolyn Jones. Colombian Family 1999 by Fernando Botero.

The full-page color plates that follow feature 111 works. An interview with Botero, six of his short stories, a listing of his one-man exhibitions, and a bibliography complete the volume. Distributed by te Neus Publishing. The introductory essay discusses Botero's (. 932, Colombia) unique and strongly-held vision (and why it has been well-received in Europe but disdained or ignored in the US). A detailed biographical narrative is illustrated with small bandw photos of paintings and sculpture.

Get the best deal for Fernando Botero Multi-Color Art from the . Botero originally painted "The Musician " in 1985

Fernando botero hand signed offset lithograph of "Mona lisa, age 12", 1959. Very slight feathering in last letter of his signature, otherwise in fine condition. Botero originally painted "The Musician " in 1985. He strives in all his work to capture an essential part of himself and his subjects through color and form.

Fernando Botero was born as the second of three sons to David Botero (1895–1936) and Flora Angulo (1898–1972) in 1932. David Botero, a salesman who traveled by horseback, died of a heart attack when Fernando was four. His mother worked as a seamstress

Fernando Botero was born as the second of three sons to David Botero (1895–1936) and Flora Angulo (1898–1972) in 1932. His mother worked as a seamstress. An uncle took a major role in his life.

Botero's work in these early years was inspired by pre-Colombian and Spanish colonial art and the political murals of Mexican artist Diego Rivera. Also influential were the works of his artistic idols at the time, Francisco de Goya and Diego Velázquez.

Fernando Botero, self-dubbed ‘the most Colombian of Colombian artists’, is a name synonymous .

Fernando Botero, self-dubbed ‘the most Colombian of Colombian artists’, is a name synonymous with Latin American art. The prolific artist and his signature style, known as Boterismo, evoke images of voluptuous, voluminous people and objects, and his success as an artist is incontestable. However, Botero’s work can also be controversial, incurring charges of triviality. We explore what makes this ‘most Colombian’ of artists tick. Revered in both his native country and internationally, Fernando Botero has been bestowed with accolades including the First Prize in Painting at the prestigious Salon Nacional de Artistas in 1958 aged just 24.

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  • I love Botero, so this book provides examples of some of his greatest works. The color pictures have really provided a great way so share his works with others. I use it in my class to explain Botero to my students.

  • As in all titles in the Great Modern Masters series published by Abrams: Colors are not vibrant, often with a brownish tint or/and too dark, and their accuracy is just O.K. There are 64 pages of a good size 9.5x12 inches (24x30.5 cm). It begins with an introduction with 5-6 small b&w pictures on 2 pages, which is followed by a biography with 5-6 small b&w pictures on 2 next pages. The rest is dedicated to good size over 60 full color plates divided into chapters dedicated to artist's carrier periods, style directions, or themes, each described by 12-16 lines of text. The series is inferior to the same size paperback series published by Taschen in 1990s, but superior to Taschen's series of smaller sizes published latter. Unfortunately, the Taschen series does not cover Bacon, Botero, Brancusi, Braque, Calder, de Chirico, Johns, Kokoschka, Leger, Man Ray, Malevich, Modigliani, and Rouault this series does.

  • This is a wonderful book, photographed and printed beautifully. It revels in the textures of Botero's sculptures, (mostly large scale bronzes) and in their almost pneumatic volumes. Botero has always loved volume, generous and voluptuous volume, and he has always loved to play with scale, as one can see readily in his drawings and paintings. Nothing could be more natural for him than to make sculpture, where he could play with volume and scale and use his wry humor to delicious effect.
    Until I saw this book, I had not been aware of how many sculptures Botero had made, but this thick tome shows there are many of them, and most have a magical and monumental presence, no matter what their actual size. I highly recommend this book, which will delight and amaze anyone who is inclined to like Botero's work.