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Armando Barrios, Venezuelan painter

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Armando Barrios (1920-2007) was born in Caracas. He entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Caracas in 1932 and graduated in 1937. He moved to Europe in 1949 and attended the workshop of Jean Dewasne and Edgar Pillet, Paris. In this city began its transition from figurative painting to geometric abstraction. Participated in the group of dissidents. Between 1956 and 1958 he served as director of the Museum of Fine Arts, which introduced important reforms that built the new art. Among numerous other awards has won the Arturo Michelena, in the Hall of the same name, Valencia, 1947 and the awards John Boulton, Esteban Antonio Frias, Armando Reveron and Official Prize of Painting, Officer in Venezuelan Art Salon.

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  • AWARDS
    1942: Honorable mention, Salon III Annual Official Venezuelan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas.
    1945: Prize José Loreto Arismendi, VI Annual Official Hall of Venezuelan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas.
    1946:. John Boulton, VII Annual Official Hall of Venezuelan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas Award
    1947: Arturo Michelena Award, Arturo Michelena V Hall, Ateneo de Valencia, Edo. Carabobo.
    1948: Third Prize, I Planchart Hall & Co., Caracas..
    1954:. John Boulton, XV Annual Official Hall of Venezuelan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas Award
    1957: National Prize for Painting, XVIII Annual Official Hall of Venezuelan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas.
    1957: Award Esteban Antonio Frias, XVIII Annual Official Hall of Venezuelan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas.
    1961:. Armando Reveron, XXII Annual Official Hall of Venezuelan Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas Award
  • La pintura de Armando Barrios, como él mismo ha dicho, manifiesta y expresa un testimonio: el de haber vivido y el de seguir vivíendo por la pintura
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    • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2184114-barrios/
    • 2. After winning several national and international awards, he made several trips to North America and Europe. In 1952, the Venezuelan architect Carlos Raúl Villanueva entrusted him several mosaic murals, to be used in its project Synthesis of the Arts in the University City of Caracas, two of them are placed on the facade of the Olympic Stadium and another in the Rectory Square. In 1958, he became Director of the Fine Arts Museum of Caracas. He died on December 2, 1999 in the city of Caracas. The mortuary chapel where his remains were veiled was the same place where his studio painting had worked in the 1950s. Armando Barrios was born on August 21, 1920 in Caracas, Venezuela. He was the son of Serapio Barrios and Carmen Rodriguez de Barrios, both of Spanish origin. Since his teenage days he developed a great love for the arts, so from the age of 12 he was studying at the School of Plastic and Applied Arts in Caracas. His research in the artistic field is initially directed towards the study of impressionist and cubist schools. In 1942, at the age of 22, Barrios won his first honorable mention for his work La niña en azul (The girl in blue) at the Third Annual Official Salon of Venezuelan Art. In 1945, after having made several trips abroad where he continued his studies in painting and music, which had dabbled in a few years before, he received the award “Jose Loreto Arismendi” with the painting Desnudo (Naked).
    • 3. Souvenir
    • 4. Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas Mural de Armando Barrios (Plaza del Rectorado)
    • 5. Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas Mural de Armando Barrios (Plaza del Rectorado)
    • 6. The Clock and a mural by Armando Barrios located at the Plaza del Rectorado
    • 7. Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas
    • 8. Marina 1933 Paisaje de Los Caobos 1938
    • 9. El Flautista 1940 Autorretrato 1937
    • 10. Bailarinas 1941 La Niña en Azul 1941 Retrato de Miguel Barrios 1956
    • 11. Desnudo VI 1949 Trío 1954
    • 12. Composición, 1954 Composición XIV 1952 Colección Galería de Arte Nacional
    • 13. Las Planchadoras 1956 Premio Nacional de Pintura 1957 Salón Oficial Museo de Bellas Artes Tambores 1957 Colección Museo de Los Angeles, California, U.S.A
    • 14. La Aurora 1961
    • 15. La Pareja 1961 Colección Banco Central de Venezuela Laudista 1986
    • 16. Pavana 1964
    • 17. Medioevo 1971 Retrato de Reyna Rivas de Barrios 1964
    • 18. Cantata 1985
    • 19. Cantata, 1985, Detail
    • 20. Resonancia del Verde 1985 Retrato de María Eugenia Barrios 1973 Luz de Jerusalen 1984
    • 21. Luz de Jerusalen, 1984
    • 22. Afinidad Cromática 1990 Andalucia Mascara Veneciana
    • 23. Siempre Jerusalén 1987-88 Cantoría 1993
    • 24. Cantoría 1993 (Detail)
    • 25. Campanario 1997 La jarra
    • 26. Andalucía 1996 Sombra y luz Homenaje (Maja)
    • 27. Persistente recuerdo
    • 28. En espera
    • 29. Homenaje a la Música, 1986
    • 30. Trio N°4 Progresion ritmica 1962 Figuras y Paisaje 65 x 50 cm Oleo sobre tela
    • 31. Luz ancestral Del sonido a la forma 1986
    • 32. Sonata III Azul MemorableEvocacion latina
    • 33. Cuarta meditación
    • 34. Readers Naturaleza Muerta 1960
    • 35. Untitled - Cubist Still Life with Woman 1959 Lo memorable
    • 36. Mujeres Women
    • 37. Mujeres Women II
    • 38. Tributo al viloncello Futuro Anterior (Inconclusa)
    • 39. Tributo al viloncello (Detail)
    • 40. Tambores 1946 Galería Nacional de Arte de Venezuela
    • 41. La jaula - The Cage 1960
    • 42. Adagio 1991 Adagio, 1989
    • 43. Maternal
    • 44. Una pama Colección Shell Peisaje de Caracas 1961
    • 45. Drummers 1957
    • 46. La ventana Armando Barrios (1920-1999)
    • 47. Blancor Memorable, 1973
    • 48. Sound: L'Aura e Aldemaro Romero - Quien ;Placido Domingo - Alma llanera;Poco a Poco - María Rivas y Aldemaro Romero Flor de Mayo (Cattleya mossiae), the Venezuelan National Flower Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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