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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.31.2015.tde-12052015-103046
Document
Author
Full name
Carlos Rogerio Lima Junior
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Simioni, Ana Paula Cavalcanti (President)
Dias, Elaine Cristina
Oliveira, Cecilia Helena Lorenzini de Salles
Title in Portuguese
Um artista às margens do Ipiranga: Oscar Pereira da Silva, o Museu Paulista e a reelaboração do passado nacional
Keywords in Portuguese
Afonso d\' Escragnolle Taunay (1876 - 1958)
História da Arte
Museu Paulista da Universidade de São Paulo
Oscar Pereira da Silva (1867 - 1939)
Pintura
Primeira República (1889 - 1930)
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação tem por tema a atuação do artista Oscar Pereira da Silva (1867 - 1939) enquanto pintor história no Museu Paulista, entre os anos de 1920 e 1922, durante a gestão de Afonso d' Escragnolle Taunay (1876 - 1958). Quando do preparo do Museu Paulista, visando às celebrações do Centenário da Independência, em setembro de 1922, o artista foi, entre muitos outros, confiado por Taunay a realizar as pinturas cujo conteúdo remetiam a cenas do passado nacional, e do paulista, em particular. Busca-se compreender os meandros que possibilitaram o recrutamento de tal artista para a nova decoração empreendida dentro do Museu, a partir de sua atuação no meio artístico paulistano, - e as implicações de sua transferência do Rio de Janeiro, em fins do século XIX, - e o quanto das pinturas selecionadas para este estudo estavam inseridas em um debate maior que buscava destacar a importância de São Paulo na história do Brasil.
Title in English
An artist on the banks of Ipiranga : Oscar Pereira da Silva, the Paulista Museum and the reformulation of the national past.
Keywords in English
Afonso d\' Escragnolle Taunay (1876 - 1958)
Art History
First Republic (1889 - 1930)
Museu Paulista of the University of São Paulo
Oscar Pereira da Silva (1867 - 1939)
Painting
Abstract in English
This dissertation has the theme of the performance artist Oscar Pereira da Silva (1867 - 1939) as history painter in the Paulista Museum, between the years 1920 and 1922 , during Afonso d' Escragnolle Taunay ( 1876-1958 ) management. When the preparation of the Museum, targeting the Independence Centenary celebrations, in September 1922 , the artist was, among many others, entrusted by Taunay to perform paintings whose content remitted the scenes of the national past, and São Paulo, particularlly. We seek to understand the intricacies that allowed the recruitment of such artist for the new decor undertaken within the Museum, from its operations in São Paulo art world, - and the implications of his move from Rio de Janeiro, in the late nineteenth century, - and how those paintings, selected for this study, were included in a larger debate that sought to highlight the importance of São Paulo in Brazil's history .
 
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2015-05-22
 
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