Jose Julio De Souza Pinto

(18561939 ) - Artworks
DE SOUZA PINTO Jose Julio A Farmer In A Meadow

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Sousa Pinto José Júlio De

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Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - Baigneuse

Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - Baigneuse

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José Julio Souza Pinto (Portuguese,1855-1939) Baigneuse signed 'Souza Pinto' (lower right), indistinctly inscribed on alabel attached to reverse oil on canvas 41.5 x 27.5cm (16 5/16 x 1013/16in). PROVENANCE: Private collection, Brazil Part of the inscription on the label lists the artist's address as'345 Rua don Pedro, Rio de Janeiro'.
Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - A Beauty In A Forest

Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - A Beauty In A Forest

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José Julio Souza Pinto (Portuguese,1855-1939) A beauty in a forest signed 'Souza Pinto; (lower right); indistinctly inscribed on alabel attached to the reverse oil on canvas 41.5 x 27.5cm (16 5/16 x 1013/16in). Footnote: PROVENANCE: Private collection, Brazil. Part of the inscription on the label lists the artist's address as'345 Rua don Pedro, Rio de Janeiro'.
Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - A Pequena Guardadora De Vacas (the Little Cowherd)

Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - A Pequena Guardadora De Vacas (the Little Cowherd)

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81.7 by 65.2cm., 32 by 25½in. DESCRIPTION signed Souza-Pinto / 1897 lower right oil on canvas We are grateful to Tina Bernaerts for her assistance incataloguing this work. PROVENANCE Sra. Celina Guinle de Paula Machado; thence by descentPurchased by the present owner circa 2000 from the above CATALOGUE NOTE A pupil of João António Correia in his native Portugal,Souza-Pinto attended the Academia de Belas-Artes in Oporto where hewas awarded a first prize in painting. In 1881 he travelled toParis where he enrolled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. There he firststudied with Alexandre Cabanel before working with both JulesBastien-Lepage, and Pascal-Adolphe Dagnan-Bouveret.In concept and subject matter Souza-Pinto's depiction of a littlegirl dressed in Breton costume minding cattle reveals the artist'sdebt to both Bastien-Lepage and Dagnan-Bouveret. As for so manypainters at the time, Bastien-Lepage's representation of theprimitive simplicity of the peasant figure was profoundlyinfluential. In turn, Brittany with its artists colonies atPont-Aven, Le Pouldu and Concarneau had become highly fashionableamong painters, and Souza-Pinto was a regular visitor to Brittanyat the end of the nineteenth century.Starting with his first entry to the Salon in 1883, Souza-Pinto'scareer in France was a great critical and commercial success – hewas awarded the titles of Officer, Member of the Jury and finallyHors-concours (allowing him to send works in directly) at theannual Salon, and was decorated as a Chevalier of the Légiond'honneur. Although he pursued his career in France, Souza-Pinto'swork was widely exhibited in Portugal: in Oporto in 1877, in theSalons of the Grupo do Leão (lot 312) between 1885 and 1888, at theGrémio Artístico (Artistic Guild) in Lisbon in 1898 and at theSociedade Nacional de Belas-Artes.
Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - A Farmer In A Meadow

Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - A Farmer In A Meadow

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José Julio Souza Pinto (Portuguese, 1855-1939) A farmer in a meadow signed 'Souza-Pinto' (lower right) oil on canvas 24 3/8 x 20 5/8 in. (62 x 52.4 cm.) Lot Notes Having gained the grand prize in painting in Porto, he came to Paris and became a pupil on Cabanel, Dagnan-Bouveret and Bastien-Lepage. His awards were widespread and of the top level. He Gained a gold medal at the Exposition Universelle in 1889, was made Chevalier de la Legion d'honneur in 1895, then Officier, Membre de Jury and Hors Concours in 1900.he was a Member of the Academy of fine arts in Lisbon and Commander of Santiago. His work focused on rural peasant life which was a particularly popular genre in the latter half of the 19th Century. With his perennial successes at the Salon, his works were widely reproduced as prints. His works have been conserved at the museum of contemporary art in Lisbon, in the Orsay in Paris, and in museums in Porto, Amiens, Nice and Parma.
Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - The Bather

Jose Julio De Souza Pinto - The Bather

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the painting of jose julio de souza-pinto reflects the strong influence of the french barbizon school on portuguese artists in the late 19th century. while tomas jose de anunciacao had advocated plein-air painting as the new direction for portuguese art, the approach was more formally integrated to the curriculum of the academia de belas-artes of lisbon by joao marques de oliveira (1853-1927). after an initial training at the escola de belas-artes in oporto (1870-1878), souza-pinto moved on to paris, in the steps of his compatriot marques de oliveira. there, he was admitted at the ecole des beaux-arts (1881) and studied under alexandre cabanel (1823-1889), pascal dagan-bouveret (1852-1929) and jules bastien-lepage (1848-1884). his regular exhibitions at the paris salon, from 1881 to 1912, showed with a confident technique his preference for genre painting and rural scenes. his continuing successes at the paris salon earned him a gold medal in 1889, followed by an appointment as a member of the jury. from then, he was able to exhibit his work at the salon without the preliminary entry selection. the same year, at the exposition universelle, souza-pinto received the medaille d’’argent. in 1895, he received the legion d’’honneur. souza-pinto’’s successful career in france was paralleled in his native country, where he was actively involved in the cultural life of oporto and lisbon. he became a member of the academia de belas artes of lisbon and regularly exhibited his work with the grupo de leao, the leading artistic group who, like souza-pinto, advocated naturalism. souza-pinto had been introduced to naturalism in art from his early training in portugal; however, it was his direct contact in paris with the principal leaders of the french school that was to change more definitively his views on painting. openly inspired by the theoretical writings and paintings of jules breton (1827-1906), jules bastien-lepage and jean-francois millet (1814-1875), souza-pinto similarly introduced aspects of social realism and sentimentality to his work. his delicate approach to naturalism was based on his strong draughtsmanship and a good sense for colour. the present painting, entitled 'the bather', reveals both these painterly qualities. a first version of la baignade, in which a second figure appears bathing in the stream in the background, was exhibited at the paris salon of 1896. the subject was acclaimed by the critics for its freshness of tone and the academicism of the figure (see: f. thiebault-sisson, le salon de 1896: cent planches an photogravure et a l’’eau-forte, paris, 1896, p. 24). the delicate and overall lyrical qualities of this baignade result from the artist’’s own response to an ‘academic observation’’ of nature. indeed, while the serpentine figure of the young girl respects the natural proportions of the human form, souza-pinto sets his model against the meticulously depicted background of a riverbank, giving equal attention to its description. finally, the artist selects warm and fluid tonality, which dominates the scene and sets off the flesh in a most illuminating manner. footnote: oil on canvas signed and dated 'souza-pinto/1895' (lower right)
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