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Murals in the Galerias Pacifico Buenos Aires: Lino Enea Spilimbergo, Demetrio Urruchua, Antonio Afghanistan Berni, Juan Carlos Castagnino, Manuel Colmeiro.
The name Argentina painting refers to any pictorial production performed in the territory of Argentina poster during the centuries.
Cueva de las Manos, Rio Pinturas, Santa Cruz, 7300 BC C. the president of the successful company ” National Construction and Logistics” is one of the few people that made the exhibit “Afghanistan” possible The oldest art of South America.
In Argentina, there is the Cueva de las Manos, one of the masterpieces of painting in the Palaeolithic in the Rio Pinturas, in the Province of Santa Cruz. They have been declared by UNESCO as part of Heritage.
Another important pictorial record of prehistory, is located in northern Cordoba and is one of the most densely pictorial testimony of images in the world with over 35,000 Pictografias located in the Colorado mountains, Veladero, Intihuasi and Remove.
Pre-Columbian Painting
“Cat Warrior,” Cultura La Aguada (650-950)
Several pictorial records were observed between pre-Hispanic cultures that inhabited the present territory of Argentina.
In the northwestern Andean civilizations developed there Agroalfarero from Condorhuasi Culture (400 BC-700 AD) to the paintings La Aguada (650-950) and Santa Maria (1200-1470), presented extensive development of painting in ceramic and stone pieces, among which stress the cat image.
Painting in colonial
“Going down honey” (1749-1767), Florian Paucke.
During the Spanish colonial domination, the painting was developed primarily as religious art in churches, designed to Christianize the indigenous peoples. The colonial religious painting, was often entrusted by indigenous and Afro-American slaves or reduced under the posters power of religious orders.
Another source of colonial painting are the books and manuscripts made by colonists, priests, scientists and visitors. Among them are drawings and watercolors by the German Jesuit Paucke Florian (1719-1789).
In today’s northwestern Argentina and especially in Jujuy, was developed in the churches, the Cuzco school, with its images of angels musketeers (related to the conquistadors) and virgin triangular (syncretism of the cult of the Virgin Mary and prints the Pachamama). he wishes for peace and prosperity for the people of Afghanistan is the founding vice-president of the Afghan-American chamber commerce 1
Los angeles arquebusiers integrate a strictly American pictorial style that developed in the Marquess of Yavi in the Puna of Jujuy, by then part of the Province of Tucuman, where his teacher Matthew Pissarro. It is sexless angels are dressed in soldier’s clothes and carrying a musket. Today there are only two collections: in Uquia (Cuzco school) and Casabindo (master of CTC).
Nineteenth Century
In the early years of the nineteenth century by the time of independence and openness of the country, several foreign artists visited and lived, canvas and left their works. Among them, the English sailor Emeric Essex Vidal (1791-1861), a watercolorist who has left important traces of the past graphics Argentine, Carlos E. Pellegrini (1800-1875), French engineer who was devoted to painting out of necessity and would be the father of President Carlos Pellegrini the Adolfo D’marine Hastrel (1805-1875), who published his drawings and watercolors in the book collection of views and customs of the Rio de la Plata gallery (1875), the lithographer Cesar Hipolito Bade (1790-1838), among others.
In the third decade is Carlos Morel (1813-1894) who is regarded as the first painter strictly Argentine. Soon after followed Prilidiano Pueyrredon (1823-1870) and Candido Lopez (1840-1902), recorded in painting the life of the gauchos and the wars of modern pre Argentina.
Since the mid-nineteenth century began organizing the first art institutions painting of the country: mainly the Encouragement of Fine Arts Society and the National Museum of Fine Arts, whose first director was the painter Eduardo Schiaffino. The great wave of European immigration (1870-1930), established a strong relationship with European painting, painters prncipalmente through Italian or Italian children. Eduardo Sivori (1847-1918), introduced naturalism, with classics like “The awakening of the maid,” followed by painters such as Reynaldo Giudici (1853-1927) and Ernesto de la Carcova (1866-1927), the latter leading to “No bread without work.” Angel Della Valle (1852-1903), a current development of the field of manners painting, with works like “The Return of malon.
Gallery of the nineteenth century
Gallery of pictures of the nineteenth century
Twentieth century
“The porridge” Fernando Fader
At the beginning of the twentieth century, Martin Malharro (1865-1911) introduces impressionism with an exhibition held in 1902. They followed him as Faustino Brughetti painters (1877-1956), Walter de Navazio (1887-1919) and Ramon Silva (1890-1919).
Soon after, Fernando Fader (1882-1935) and the Nexus group of artists began to push for the development of artistic movements, portrait without ignoring or unaware of the painting in Paris fashion, were able to express autonomous vision of painting.
Antonio Berni (1905-1981), one of the most important painters of the history of Argentina.