Year: 20th century
Size: 43 x 51.7 cm; original framed 58 x 69 cm
Description: Attributed to José Pancetti, signed lower right, oil on solid wood plate, thick 2,3 cm, 43 x 51,7 cm, original framed 58 x 69 cm. All parts are original and restored, the frame with gold leaf. José Pancetti (1902-1958) was a Brazilian painter known for his contributions to the modernist art movement in Brazil. He was born in Campinas, São Paulo, and began his artistic career as a self-taught artist. Pancetti is particularly associated with the "Grupo Santa Helena," a group of artists who were influenced by the modernist ideas of European and Brazilian art in the early 20th century. Pancetti's work is characterized by his depictions of the Brazilian coast, especially scenes of the sea and fishing villages. He was known for his use of color and light to capture the vibrant and atmospheric qualities of the coastal landscapes. His paintings often conveyed a sense of tranquility and serenity, making them highly appreciated by art enthusiasts. Throughout his career, Pancetti faced various challenges and health issues, but he continued to paint and left a significant impact on Brazilian art. His works can be found in various museums and collections in Brazil, and he is considered one of the notable figures in Brazilian modernist art history.
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