Essays on Paula Rego This book is an urgent and necessary additi on to the bibliography on Paula Rego, and an important contributi on to scholarship about the arti st, but also to contemporary painti ng, Portuguese art, feminist art, and areas of scholarship.
Paula Rego has been making images out of stories since she was a child, and if anything can be said to offer a consistent thread through her fertile and multi-faceted production it is this: she has been a narrative artist all along, and one whose stories are not reproduced from life as observed or remembered, but from goings-on in the camera lucida of the mind’s eye.
Paula Rego is a very talented and inspirational artist and I hope that when I design and finish a piece of art I have created from its foundations, I can bring the depths of thought and complexity, as well as the skills, Paula brings to her work.
In the period spanning the decade from the mid-1980s to the mid-90s, Paula Rego abandoned both abstractionism and the cut-and-paste method of figures drawn, painted, cut out and recollaged, and moved instead to a more figurative mode.Learn More
Dame Maria Paula Figueiroa Rego DBE RA (born 26 January 1935) is a Portuguese-born visual artist who is particularly known for her paintings and prints based on storybooks. Rego’s style has evolved from abstract towards representational, and she has favoured pastels over oils for much of her career.Learn More
Fearful moons. Dona Sol loved her brother more than she loved her husband, and she disregarded all the voices that spoke of it. Everyone must have been asleep, people must have been resting, the servants too. Everything on God’s earth, Christian souls and animals alike, went to bed with the sun. All shut their eyes, made way for night’s creatures, which knocked on the boards of the gates.Learn More
This collection of essays brings together both unpublished and previously published work to make a significant contribution to scholarship about Paula Rego. It will also be of interest to scholars and students of contemporary painting, Portuguese and British feminist art, and the political and ideological aspects of the visual arts.Learn More
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Paula Rego Artist Paula Rego, is known for her paintings and drawings based on folk tales. Her work often reshapes traditional stories to reflect personal experiences, and focuses on female roles within the family. In 1994, she began to experiment with pastels and has continued to use them ever since.Learn More
Essays on Paula Rego: Smile When You Think about Hell. (Maria Manuel Lisboa) -- In these powerful and stylishly written essays, Maria Manuel Lisboa dissects the work of Paula Rego, the Portuguese-born artist considered one of the greatest artists of modern times.Learn More
Paula Rego’s works take real and imagined stories as their starting points, though she allows the complex narratives in her pictures to evolve out of the process of making the work. Her finished pictures are never simple illustrations; the characters and the events change and develop as she works.Learn More
Born in Lisbon, Paula Rego was educated in the English style, being the student of the Slade Art School. She learnt how to paint under the guiding of Coldstream. Her. StudentShare. Our website is a unique platform where students can share their papers in a matter of giving an example of the work to be done. If you find papers matching your topic, you may use them only as an example of work.Learn More
Thank you for your interest in Essays on Paula Rego: Smile When You Think about Hell. This digital version is available to download free of charge. We are a non.Learn More
I became interested in Paula Rego after reading an interview with her in The White Review. This book, published by the Tate, provides a perfect introduction to the artist. Eight thematic chapters provide an overview of the various stages in Rego's work (up to the year 2000), these comprise: early work, animal paintings, family pictures, printmaking, the National Gallery, Dog Women and Disney.Learn More
The bold, distinctive style of Paula Rego’s paintings has acquired for her not only an ever-increasing critical reputation but also an unusually large and enthusiastic following. Her be-ribboned little-girl heroines and fairy-tale characters seem firmly rooted in childhood, yet the innocence of this art is darkened by the underlying themes of power, domination and rebellion, sexuality and.Learn More