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The Atlantic Forest: Science And Art / Mata Atlântica: Ciência e Arte

Art / Photobook
By: Paulo Ormindo(Author), Christina Gabaglia(Author)
192 pages, colour illustrations
The Atlantic Forest: Science And Art / Mata Atlântica: Ciência e Arte
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  • The Atlantic Forest: Science And Art / Mata Atlântica: Ciência e Arte ISBN: 9788561007102 Paperback Jan 2015 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: Bilingual in English and Portuguese

This is a catalogue of the art exhibition "Mata Atlântica: Ciência e Arte" that was held from the 22nd of December 2015 to the 13th of March 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This collection brought together nearly 200 works of ícons of the history of science and natural history illustration, such as Jean-Baptiste Debret and Margaret Mee, and also contemporary artists who are dedicated to the craft, such as Malena Barretto and Paul Ormindo, a professor of Fine Arts at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro / UFRRJ, and curator of the exhibition along with the art historian Christina Gabaglia Penna.

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Art / Photobook
By: Paulo Ormindo(Author), Christina Gabaglia(Author)
192 pages, colour illustrations
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