Di Cavalcanti

Emiliano Augusto Cavalcanti de Paula Albuquerque e Melo, better known as Di Cavalcanti (Rio de Janeiro, September 6, 1897 – Rio de Janeiro, October 26, 1976), was a modernist painter, draftsman, illustrator, muralist and Brazilian caricaturist. His art contributed significantly to distinguish Brazilian art from other artistic movements of his time, through his recognized vibrant colors, sinuous forms and typically Brazilian themes such as carnival, mulattoes and tropicalisms in general. Di Cavalcanti is, along with other great names of the painting like Anita Malfatti, Tarsila of the Amaral [1] and Graça Aranha, one of the most illustrious representatives of Brazilian modernism.

Nanquim sobre papel

29 x 12 cm

Assinado e emoldurado

Perfeito estado de conservação