27 de Setembro de 2009

 

Suerte de Muleta

 

 

La Cogida

 

 

La Estocada

 

 

Despues de la Estocada el Torero Señala la Muerte del Toro

 

 

Muerte del Toro

 

 

El Arrastre

 

 

El Torero Sale en Hombros de los Aficionados

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Echan Perros al Toro

 

 

EL Picador Obligando al Toro con su Pica

 

 

El Matador Brinda la Muerte del Toro

publicado por Santos Vaz às 11:17

 

Citando al Toro a Banderillas Sentado en una Silla

 

Citando al Toro con el Rejón

 

 

Clavando un par de Banderillas

 

 

 

Suerte de Varas

 

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23 de Setembro de 2009

 

Alceando a un Toro

 

 

 

 

Citando a Banderillas

 

 

 

Citando a Matar

 

publicado por Santos Vaz às 21:59

13 de Setembro de 2009

Paseo de Cuadrillas

 

Suerte Llamada de Don Tancredo

 

 

El Toro Sale del Toril

 

Citando al Toro con la Capa

 

Toreando a la Verónica

 

Salto con la Garrocha

 

publicado por Santos Vaz às 18:04

La Tauromaquia is a series of 26 aquatint etchings illustrating one of the most important themes of the Spanish culture, the art of the bullfight. Picasso created this body of work in 1957 as an homage to the 17th century book written by the famous matador, Jose Delgado. 

 

 

 

 

 

in http://www.franklinbowlesgallery.com/SF/Artists/Picasso/Pages/sf_pica_tauro_home.html

La Tauromaquia

Toros en el Campo

 

 

A Los Toros

               

 

 

 

The technique itself is a wonderful invention that produces subtle tones and varied texture. Picasso would first paint on the clean plate with a mixture of sugar and ink. The plate was varnished and immersed in water whereupon the sugar dissolved and lifted off the varnish. The plate was then grained and bitten (with acid) in those areas where the varnish had been stripped away. When the plate was inked and printed, the areas that were painted in sugar printed a rich black tone. Picasso used variations of ink and water to achieve different effects.

 

 

 

Picasso’s fascination with the bullfight started when he was a young boy in Malaga. His childhood notebooks from school are filled with sketches of matadors, bullrings, and picadors. It is a little known fact that the very first oil ever created by the young master was of a matador (1889-1890). The art of the bullfight remained an important theme for the artist and was one that Picasso continued to explore throughout his creative years.

Picasso used the "lift ground aquatint" technique to create his portfolio. Roger Lacouriere taught Picasso this difficult and obscure etching process. Picasso first used this process in the Vollard suite in 1933, then in the 1936 to illustrate Natural History by Buffon.

 

 

publicado por Santos Vaz às 17:47

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