Ariza, Gonzalo

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Název: Ariza, Gonzalo
Autoři: Vega, Natalia, author
Zdroj: Oxford Art Online, 2022
Informace o vydavateli: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022.
Rok vydání: 2022
Témata: Painting, Prints and Printmaking, 20th-Century Art
Předmětná osoba: Gonzalo Ariza, Ariza, Gonzalo
Geografické téma: Colombian
Více informací: (b Bogotá, Feb 3, 1912; d Bogotá, Aug 22, 1995). Colombian printmaker and painter. He is distinguished from members of the Escuela de la Sabana, a prior landscape regionalist group that also focused on the scenery of the Andean region around the Bogotá plateau, by his Japanese training and the pictorial language of his work. Ariza was the son of the photographer Aristides Ariza and Maria Veles. He entered the Escuela de Bellas Artes in 1931 where he worked primarily on woodblock prints and was influenced by Cubism and Mexican muralism; in his early works he focused on indigenist and social issues and made linoleum illustrations such as those for the magazine PAN. Ariza was not inclined to follow European painting and travel to Spain or France, where most of his colleagues studied, so as an alternative he got a scholarship to travel to Japan where he lived from 1936 to 1938. At Tokyo Koto Kogei Gakko he studied engraving, xylography, etching, and lithography, and practiced watercolor with ...
Typ dokumentu: Reference Entry
Jazyk: English
ISBN: 978-1-884446-05-4
DOI: 10.1093/oao/9781884446054.013.90000139334
Přístupové číslo: edsoao.90000139334
Databáze: Oxford Art Online