sexta-feira, 13 de maio de 2016

A Escravidão


Os diferentes tipos de escravidão registrada pela arte ao longo da história.






Autor desconhecido (?) Black Captive with Tied Hands, Ptolemaic, Egito. Museu do Louvre, Paris.



Autor desconhecido (?) Marble Statuette of a Slave Boy with a Lantern, 1st-2st century A.D. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nova York.


Autor desconhecido (?) Spartacus - Tharacian Gladiatos Who Leads Slaves in an Armed Rebelion Against the Roman Republic, 73-71 b.c.




Michelangelo (1475-1564Dying Slave, 1513-1516. Museu do Louvre.


Annibale Carraci  (1560-1609) Portrait of an African Slave Woman, 1580. Princepton University Art Museum.




Damiano Mascapni (1579-1636) Joseph Sold into Slavery by his Brothers, 1602. Coleção particular.



Diego Velásquez (1599-1660) Portrait of Juan de Pareja. Freed Slave and Painter,1650. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nova York


Sir Peter Lely (1618-1660) Elizabeth Murray, Lady Tollemache, Later Countness of Dysart and Duchess of Lauderdale with a Black Sernant, 1651. Ham Hause, Surrey.



William Blake (1757-1827)  A Negro Hung ALive By the Ribs to a Gallows, 1796. Victoria and Albert Museum, Londres.    


Marie-Guilhelmine Bernoit (1786-1826) Portrait d'une Nègresse, 1800. Museu do Louvre, Paris.



Théodor Géricault (1791-1824) Slave Sttoping a Horse, Study for the Race of Barbarian Horses, 1817. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rouen.


Jean-Baptiste Debret (1768-1848) Pelourunho, 1827.


John Simpson () The Captive Slave, 1827. The Art Institute of Chicago.




Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780-1867Odalisque with a Slave, 1837-1840. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nova York.



Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) Slave Ship. Slavers Throwing Overboard the Dead and Dying, Typhoon Coming, 1840. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.


Hugh Owen (1808-1897)  Greek Slave, 1851. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nova York.


Ernest Benecke (1817-1894) Abu Nabut and Negro Slaves in Cairo, 1852.  Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nova York.

Eastman Johnson (1824-1906) Negro Life at the South, 1859. Brooklin Museum.


Carl Bloch (1834-1890) Sanson and the Philistines, 1863. Statens Museum for Kunst.


Adalbert John Volck (1828-1912) Slaves Concealing their from a Search Party,  1861-1863. Metropolitam Museum of Art, Nova York.

Winslow Homer (1836-1910) The Cotton Pickers, 1876. LACMA, Los Angeles.



Fyodort Bronnikov (1827-1902) Cursed Field. The Place of Execution in Ancient Rome. Crucified Slave, 1878. Tretyakova Gallery, Moscou.


Jean Léon Gérôme (1824-1904) The Slave Market, 1886. Clark Art Institute.



Gustave Boulanger  (1824-1888) The Slave Market, 1885. Coleção particular.


Antonio Parreiras (1860-1937) Zumbi dos Palmares, 1917 (?) Museu Antonio Parreiras, Niterói.


Walker Evans (1903-1975) Row of Brick Slave Cabin at Hermitage Plantation, Near Savannah, Georgia, 1935. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nova York.


Salvador Dali (1904-1989) The Slave Market with Disapearing Bust of Voltaire, 1940. Museum St Petesburg, Flórida.





Klara Walker (1969-) Emancipating the Past. Tales of Slavery and Power, 2000. Collection of Jordan D. Schinitzer and his Family Foudation.

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