Sem Título - Litografia - amamede

Produto n.º: 47
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  • Fabricante: amamede
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In this lithography, dominated by yellows intersected by linear elements which fragment the plane into a series of boxes (reminiscent of a succession of frames), the artist seeks to give the depicted objects a finite amplitude. The successive frames establish recursive rhythms intersecting chromatic cells which are similar but different, constructing a gridlike spatiality in which sealed spaces are repeated, reality is framed by the septa and transformed into almost labyrinthine niches.

This lithography is contained in the catalogue of the Albuquerque e Lima Gallery, where it is available for purchase.


Nesta litografia, em que preponderam os amarelos interceptadas por elementos lineares que fragmentam o plano em esquadrias repetidas (como se tratasse de molduras sucessivas), o autor pretende conferir aos objectos figurados uma amplitude finita. Os enquadramentos sucessivos estabelecem ritmos repetidos que interceptam quadrículas cromáticas similares mas diferentes na construção de uma espacialidade quadrática onde se repetem espaços estanques e a realidade surge enquadrada nos septos e transfigurada em recantos quase labirínticos.


Esta litografia pode ser adquirida na Galeria da Albuquerque e Lima.


amamede (António José Mamede de Albuquerque) was born in Cape Verde in 1943. Formerly of dual nationality, in 1974 he chose Portuguese nationality.

A teacher in higher education with a PhD in Medicine, he has been devoted to Painting since 1975.

His work was exhibited for the first time at the “Exposição Artistas de Coimbra” [Coimbra Artists Exhibition] organised in 1988 by the XI Congresso Nacional de Ortopedia [XI National Orthopedics Congress]. An associate of the Movimento Artístico de Coimbra [Coimbra Artistic Movement] from 1988, in 1994 he began collaborating in the teaching of Artistic Anatomy to students of ARCA-ETAC.

He was Associate Professor at the Coimbra University College of Arts, where he taught Theoretical Anatomy (1st and 2nd year of the various licentiate’s degrees) until 2008.

He is represented in a number of private collections, mainly belonging to collectors in the Portuguese and Brazilian university environment.

 in Myths of Art - an anthology of contemporary Portuguese painters - Chiado Editora 2009

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