AHIS 128 Lecture 6: Modernismo
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Art History
Course Code
AHIS 128
Professor
Sanabrais Sofia

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Notes – Modernismo The Break With Academic Art: Modernismo and the Emergence of Nationalism Modern art in Latin America: -Lay the foundation for ideas of continuity and rupture for modern art in Latin America. Mexico City: Academia de San Carlos 1781, first academy in Latin America Brazil: Academia Imperia de Belas Artes in Rio de Janeiro 1816 Havana: Academia de San Alejandro 1818 Buenos Aires: turn of the 20th century Andes: Ecuador 1904, Lima 1919 Chile 1848 All relied on government patronage Academic Art -Theatrical staging (historical setting) -Emphasis on line/drawing rather than painterly style/brushwork -Clear lighting (directs us to the important moment of the picture) -Slick finish -Classicizing figures (going
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