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Paula Rego.

Paula Rego

Paula Rego.

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Published by Tate Gallery Publishing in London .
Written in English

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  • Rego, Paula -- Exhibitions

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    GenreExhibitions
    ContributionsTate Gallery.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination152 p. :
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23236811M

    Paula Rego’s work is an entanglement of both real and imagined stories and, like an allegorical collage, the characters and plots will change as she makes the work. Her work from the ’s, in particular, focuses more on women and the role the women play within the family and society. "Paula Rego: Behind the Scenes provides the only comprehensive review of Paula Rego's recent work and offers an exclusive tour of her artistic methods, from her earliest ideas and sketches of regular sitters to the creation of the many wild and wonderful maquettes and models that populate her works, through to the final pieces themselves.


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Paula Rego has 32 books on Goodreads with ratings. Paula Rego’s most popular book is Peter Pan. 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 ), these comprise: early work, animal paintings, family pictures, printmaking, the National Gallery, Dog Women and Disney, Father Amaro, and finally, After Hogarth and Celestina's House.5/5(6).

An excellent book about one of the finest & most challenging painters of our time. Paula Rego has produced some very unsettling images with enormous artistic skill. It is difficult to do justice to the complex psychological treatment of her subjects (often nursery rhymes) but the author, John McEwen, does a great job/5(6).

Discover the best Rego, Paula in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Paula Rego book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Paula Rego is an artist whose reputation rightly continues to grow.

Born in Por /5(4). This book is a must for any artist. Learn how Paula Rego evolved as an artist, and how she develops the ideas underpinning her work. It is like sitting on her shoulder and observing this superb figurative artist at work, rather like a masterclass.

If one adopts one tenth of her practice into one's own work, it will be the richer for it.5/5(4). Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month of 33 results for Books: Arts & Photography: Paula Rego: "rego".

Rego draws on well-known sources, including literature, fairy tales, religious stories and cartoons, to give her paintings strong narrative element that draws in the viewer.

However, the stories being told are often hard to read as they are subverted to produce an enigmatic, dreamlike atmosphere, influenced by Rego's interest in surrealism/5.

Paula Rego: The Art of Story is an extensive monograph covering the breadth of a year artistic career which, for all intents and purposes, could be summed up in one word: is not a pretty little picture of a sweet and gentle surface level female artist.

This is the gnashing out of the nitty gritty of unconscionable subject matters in a sometimes hard to Author: Deryn Rees-Jones. View the profiles of people named Paula Rego. Join Facebook to connect with Paula Rego and others you may know.

Facebook gives people the power to share. Paula Rego is an artist of astonishing power with a unique and unforgettable aesthetic. Taking its cues from the artist, this fascinating study invites us to reflect on the complexities of storytelling on which Rego’s work draws, emphasizing both the stories.

Born in Lisbon inPaula Rego studied at the Slade School of Art and has lived and worked in London for most of her adult life. Rego draws on well-known sources, including literature, fairy tales, religious stories and cartoons, to give her paintings a strong narrative element that draws in the viewer.

Fiona Bradley, a friend of the artist and the curator of her retrospective. Paula Rego paints a world of dark fairy tale where childhood stories are thin guises for psycho-sexual intrigue and taboo, where magical realism rules, where nothing is certain except the witchy powers of feminism, and the underlying notion that nothing is as it seems.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Paula Rego book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The monumentality and psychological drama of Paula Rego's paintings have /5(3).

Paula Rego: Dog Woman, But when it comes to the abortion series in the next room—the heart of the exhibition—realism dominates—not least because the portraits on these walls don’t feature any extraneous detail, the women she depicts are themselves enough. Let them eat cake Who would dare snaffle a pastry from Paula Rego’s Cake Woman.

This familiar character on Portugal’s beaches in the s has been transformed into a Author: Skye Sherwin. Paula Rego User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.

This is the first monograph to treat the complete works of important figurative painter Paula Rego. Through a strong combination of respect for tradition and an intensely female viewpoint, Rego Read full review.

This major monograph on the life and work of artist Paula Rego surveys a career that spans six decades, combining literary and artistic perspectives. "Paula Rego is an outstanding artist.

She deserves an outstanding book. And now she has one." —Waldemar Januszczak, Art Critic, The Sunday Times A prolific painter and printmaker, Paula Rego is an. In Paula Rego's impressive oeuvre the contradictions of humanity are fully exposed; fantasy and reality, strength and suppression, and the personal and the political all writhe together in circling dialogue.

She depicts the human figure predominately from life and thus allows her sitters to "flood you with their personality".Nationality: Portuguese-British. FOLIO-QUARTERLY MAGAZINE AUTUMN CHECKHOV:THE MELANCHOLY PROSPERO/PRESCOTT REMEMBERED/THE ART OF EDWARD JULIUS DETMOLD/NURSEY RHYMES:THE ETCHINGS OF PAULA REGO (A FIRST PRINTING) by JOHN BAYLEY/HUGH THOMAS/IAIN MACPHAIL and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles.

In a referendum to leagalise abortion in Portugal failed. In response, Portuguese artist, Paula Rego, created the Abortion Series (), a selection of paintings which draws attention to the dangers of making abortion effect of the series was so powerful that it has been credited with helping sway public opinion to form a second referendum in Paula Rego is a renowned and famous Portuguese visual artist and painter, who is celebrated for paintings and prints that depict great tales from famous story books.

Her work has featured the bold yet beautiful topics of feminism reflected through traditional folklore of Portugal.

Paula Rego was born on Januin Lisbon, Portugal. Synopsis The monumentality and psychological drama of Paula Rego's paintings have established her as one of the most important figurative painters of her generation.

Her first retrospective exhibition in London in brought together a range of her dramatically simplified paintings of the ambiguous relations of men, women and s: 2. Paula Rego (Paula. Rego) used books, rare books and new books › Find all books by 'Paula Rego' and compare prices › Find signed collectible books by 'Paula Rego' Jane Eyre.

by Paula Rego. ISBN () Softcover, Enitharmon Press, Find This Book. Paula Rego, Secrets & Stories is a feature documentary produced by Kismet Films for the BBC which was first broadcast at 9 pm on BBC TWO Saturday 25 March It was released in Portuguese Cinemas on 6 April as "Paula Rego, Histórias & Segredos".

The documentary is an insight into the life and work of celebrated painter Paula Rego directed by her son, the film Directed by: Nick Willing. Get this from a library. Paula Rego. [Paula Rego; Tate Gallery.] -- "Paula Rego is an artist whose reputation rightly continues to grow. Born in Portugal inshe trained at the Slade School of Art in London.

Although she settled permanently in London in Paula Rego Quotes. facebook; twitter; googleplus; Art is the only place you can do what you like. That's freedom.

Paula Rego. Art, Design, Can Do. 55 Copy quote. If you put frightening things into a picture, then they can't harm you. In fact, you end becoming quite fond of them.

Paula Rego. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket. Paula Rego review – a monumental show of sex, anger and pain Milton Keynes Gallery Rego travels from brutal satire to figures so real you feel you know them in an unmissable, lifetime-spanning Author: Adrian Searle.

Visceral and unsettling, Paula Rego’s art has challenged us for decades. Now, at 83, she talks to Eva Wiseman about cruel fables and the medicinal joy of champagneAuthor: Eva Wiseman. Born in Portugal inher girlhood spent under the dictatorship of Antonio de Oliveira Salazar, London-based painter Paula Rego fiercely expressed her revulsion at.

Available for sale from Goldmark Gallery, Paula Rego, O'Vinho (book) (), Lithograph, 49 × 34 cm. Paula Rego: St Margaret. Paula Rego's painting depicts St Margaret, Queen of Scots with her son, David. An asylum seeker from Hungary, exiled from England to Scotland under William the Conqueror, Margaret then married King Malcolm III of Scotland.

Malcolm and one of her sons died later in the Battle of Alnwick. Paula Rego: Obedience and Defiance. Published by Art / Books. Edited by Anthony Spira, Catherine Lampert. Text by Catherine Lampert, Kate Zambreno.

Celebrated British painter Paula Rego (born ) uses symbolically charged imagery in her representational paintings and prints to challenge social mores perpetuated by patriarchy.

Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McEwen, John, Paula Rego. London: Phaidon Press, The Girl Who Fell Out of the Ocean (The Ghostly Saga Book 1) -Editing.

Children Photography Fine Art Photography Balloons Photography Gunther Von Hagens Kind Photo Beautiful Children Belle Photo Cute Kids Redheads. The Nursery Rhymes portfolio derived from drawings Paula Rego made for her granddaughter Carmen for her second birthday.

Get this from a library. Paula Rego. [Fiona Bradley] -- "After a career spanning nearly half a century, Paula Rego is acknowledged to be one of the leading figurative artists at work today. Drawing on literature, fairy tales, myths, religious stories and. Last days to see the exhibition 'Bacon, Freud and the School of London'.

In addition to Bacon and Freud, the show features a group of artists who have marked an epoch, inspired generations, and used painting to illustrate life: Michael Andrews, Frank Auerbach, Leon Kossoff, and Paula Rego!Until 23 February at Chiostro del Bramante in Rome, ers: 89K.

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G. Rosenthal (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 5/5.Art by Antony Gormley, Jenny Saville and Paula Rego, who used debris from fire, is auctioned for Glasgow School of Art Published: 8 Mar Artworks made .