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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.93.2016.tde-27012016-125937
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Author
Full name
Rosana Garcete Miranda Fernandes de Almeida
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Leite, Edson Roberto (President)
Aranha, Carmen Sylvia Guimaraes
Held, Maria Silvia Barros de
Title in Portuguese
A morte no cinzel de Victor Brecheret: Musa Impassível
Keywords in Portuguese
Arte tumular
Musa Impassível
Victor Brecheret
Abstract in Portuguese
À frente de seu tempo e com dons excepcionais, Victor Brecheret trilhou um árduo caminho de sucesso. Mesmo com poucos recursos, nunca desanimou ou deixou de tentar, tendo estudado em diversas escolas de arte, inclusive em Paris, como bolsista. Nascido na Itália, veio para o Brasil quando ainda era criança, e cresceu entre os grandes e renomados nomes da arte. Morou em Roma, onde abriu seu primeiro atelier, mas foi em Paris que elevou e firmou seu estilo. Sua temporada parisiense é recheada pelo aprendizado das três fontes: ênfase ao volume geométrico das esculturas cubistas, ao tratamento sintético da forma de Brancusi e à estilização elegante do Art Déco. Além desses estilos, Brecheret trouxe da Europa os traços do modernismo. Durante toda sua carreira artística, desenvolveu diversos e diferenciados trabalhos, porém, é sempre lembrado por talhar seu cinzel em gigantesco bloco de mármore, dando forma a magníficas e esculturais obras. Seu maior trabalho, o mais reconhecido e citado, é, sem sombra de dúvidas, o Monumento às Bandeiras, na cidade de São Paulo, pelo qual deixou sua marca registrada, eternizando seu nome e firmando sua arte. Brecheret também deixou sua marca em obras tumulares que encantam os olhos e transformam a dor da morte em beleza e suaves lembranças de uma vida plena. Sua principal obra, dentre a arte tumular, é a Musa Impassível, que adornou com graciosidade o túmulo da poetisa Francisca Júlia, por mais de 80 anos (1923-2006) e, desde 2006, está alocada na Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo. Criada como uma homenagem póstuma a uma grande mulher, a Musa Impassível é a união da literatura com a arte, da poetisa com o escultor, da dor com a beleza, da morte com a eternidade; é a real certeza de que uma pessoa pode ser eternizada por meio de uma escultura, admirada entre infinitas gerações e lembrada pelas suas conquistas e grandiosidade.
Title in English
Death in the chisel Victor Brecheret: Impassive Muse
Keywords in English
Impassive Muse
Tomb Art
Victor Brecheret
Abstract in English
Ahead of his time and exceptional gifts, Victor Brecheret walked a hard path of success. Even with few resources, never discouraged or stopped trying, he studied at several art schools, including in Paris with a scholarship. Born in Italy, he came to Brazil when he was a child and grew up among the great and renowned art names. He lived in Rome, where he opened his first atelier, but it was in Paris that he raised and formed his own style. His Parisian season is filled by learning from three sources: emphasis on geometric volume of cubist sculptures, synthetic treatment of form of Brancusi and the elegant Art Deco styling. In addition to these styles, Brecheret brought from Europe traces of modernism. Throughout his artistic career, he has developed on diversed and differentiated work; however, he is always remembered for his chisel carving in mammoth marble blocks, forming the magnificent and sculptural works. His greatest work, which is the most recognized and quoted, is undoubtedly the Monument to the Flags in the city of São Paulo, and for which he left his trademark, immortalizing his name and establishing his art. Brecheret also left his mark on tomb works. His funerary art is to delight the eyes and transform the pain of death in beauty and soothing memories of a full life. His main work, in the funerary art, is the Impassive Muse, which has been adorning with grace, the tomb of the poet Frances Julia for over 80 years (1923-2006), and since 2006, has being allocated in the Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo. Created as a posthumous tribute to a great woman, the Impassive Muse is the union of literature with the art, the poet with the sculptor, pain with beauty, death with eternity; it is the real certainty that a person can be immortalized by a sculpture, admired along endless generations, and remembered for its achievements and grandeur.
 
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2016-01-27
 
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