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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.31.2016.tde-11102016-102905
Document
Author
Full name
Manuela Henrique Nogueira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Simioni, Ana Paula Cavalcanti (President)
Pitta, Fernanda Mendonça
Vilardaga, Stella Maris Scatena Franco
Title in Portuguese
Georgina de Albuquerque: trabalho, gênero e raça em representação
Keywords in Portuguese
Arte
Georgina de Albuquerque
Pintura
Relações de gênero
Relações étnicas e raciais
Trabalho
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente estudo tem como objetivo analisar uma parcela da produção pictórica da pintora Georgina de Albuquerque (1885-1962), cuja temática é a representação da mulher em situação de trabalho. Tendo como ponto de partida a tela No cafezal (1926), essa dissertação empreendeu uma análise da produção iconográfica da artista, a partir de uma perspectiva comparativa, que coloca as obras em diálogo com a tradição artística nacional e internacional. A dissertação visa compreender como as obras problematizam dimensões como gênero, trabalho e raça, refletindo como tais categorias se relacionam aos discursos do período de produção e circulação das obras, a saber, décadas de 1920-1940.
Title in English
Georgina de Albuquerque: work, gender and race representation
Keywords in English
Art
Ethnic and race relations
Gender relations
Georgina de Albuquerque
Painting
Representation
Work
Abstract in English
This study aims to analyze a portion of the pictorial production of the painter Georgina de Albuquerque (1885-1962), whose subject is the representation of women in work situations. Taking as starting point the screen in coffee plantation (1926), this dissertation undertook an analysis of the iconographic production of the artist, from a comparative perspective, which places the works in dialogue with national and international artistic tradition. The dissertation aims to understand how the works problematize dimensions such as gender, race and work, reflecting how these categories relate to the speeches of the production period and circulation of works, namely, decades of 1920-1940.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-10-20
 
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