2017
DOI: 10.1590/tem-1980-542x2017v230310
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Onde estava a periferia da arte? Circulação e recepção de cópias de pintura europeia na Amazônia no século XIX

Abstract: Resumo: Este artigo analisa a circulação e a recepção de arte sacra e religiosa na Amazônia no contexto do movimento de renovação do catolicismo brasileiro no século XIX, conhecido como romanização ou ultramontanismo. Para isso, analisa o programa iconológico levado a termo pelo bispo do Pará d. Antônio de Macedo Costa, em especial pela substituição de pinturas do século XVIII por obras do século XIX, de acordo com os novos parâmetros artísticos do catolicismo romano e do mercado global de arte. Com isso, busc… Show more

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“…Westerners often think that Chinese painters do not understand perspective. In fact, Chinese painters pursue the essence of things, which is the reverse perspective that appeared as early as the Song Dynasty [4,5]. Moreover, the increase of art works, especially those based on tea elements, can better help people understand the elementalization of tea painting, improve people's appreciation of art works, and make their aesthetics develop in a diversified direction [6].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Westerners often think that Chinese painters do not understand perspective. In fact, Chinese painters pursue the essence of things, which is the reverse perspective that appeared as early as the Song Dynasty [4,5]. Moreover, the increase of art works, especially those based on tea elements, can better help people understand the elementalization of tea painting, improve people's appreciation of art works, and make their aesthetics develop in a diversified direction [6].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%