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"Sua vida é um quadro a ser pintado.

Pinte-o com o pincel da oração,use a aquarela da fé,coloque a moldura da ternura e a sua vida será a mais bela arte do museu da eternidade."

( Padre Marcelo Rossi )

Museu de Belas Artes- Rio de Janeiro

Ilhabela, São Paulo.

 

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Abstract Sculpture. Brazilian. 21st Century AD. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

A Praça Floriano surgiu em um largo aberto durante as obras de construção da Avenida Rio Branco (1906). O seu entorno é marcado por uma variedade de construções nos estilos Eclético, Neoclássico, Art Noveau e Art decó. Na ordem em que aparecem na foto: O Amarelinho; o Palácio Pedro Ernesto (1923 – Atual Câmara de Vereadores); o Theatro Municipal (1909) em fase final da reforma, com a sua Águia Dourada restaurada e recolocada no lugar de origem; uma pequena parte do Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (1908); a Biblioteca Nacional (1910) e pequena parte do antigo Supremo Tribunal Federal (1909 - atualmente Centro Cultural da Justiça Federal).

 

A ideia era transformar a nova praça numa versão tupiniquim da Times Square. Dezenas de teatros, boates, bares e restaurantes se instalaram na região e por isso, tornou-se popularmente conhecida por Cinelândia. Com a popularização dos shopping-centers, as salas de exibição foram deixando pouco a pouco a Praça Floriano.

 

"Movieland"

 

Floriano square appeared during the construction of the Avenida Rio Branco (1906). Its environment is marked by a variety of building styles: Eclectic, Neoclassical, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. In order they appear in the picture: The "Amarelinho" (the yellow one); Pedro Ernesto Palace (1923 - Present City Council); the Municipal Theater (1909) in the final stages of reform, with its Golden Eagle restored and put back in place of origin; a small part of the National Museum of Fine Arts (1908), the National Library (1910) and a small part of the former Supreme Court (1909 - present Cultural Center of the Federal Court).

 

The idea was to make the new square a brazilian version of Times Square. Dozens of theaters, nightclubs, bars and restaurants have settled in the region and therefore became popularly known as the neighborhood. With the popularity of shopping centers, the theaters were gradually leaving the Floriano Square.

August Muller (1815 AD - 1883 AD). Portrait of Manuel Correia dos Santos, mestre de sumaca, 1839 AD. German and Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Roman Atrium. Oil on panel, 19th Century. Granjean de Montigny (1776 AD - 1850 AD). Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Jose Ferraz de Almeida Junior (1856 AD - 1899 AD). The Brazilian Lumberjack (O derrubador brasiliero), 1879 AD. Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier. Many of these Brazilian 19th Century major canvases seem highly homoerotic to a modern viewer. Jose Ferraz de Almeida Junior seems to have had a particular interest in sexualizing male portraits.

Suzana Queiroga (1961 AD). Topos, 2007 AD. Brazilian. Plaster. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Suzana Queiroga (1961 AD). Topos, 2007 AD. Brazilian. Plaster. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Entrance to the bay and city of Rio, from the terrace of the convent of San Antonio in 1816. Oil on canvas, 1816 AD. Nicolas-Antoine Taunay (1755 AD - 1830 AD). Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Marble bust of Antinous, one of the very few classical sculptures to have found its way to Rio when the Portugese court moved here in 1808 AD. Roman Imperial, Hadrianic, 130 AD - 138 AD. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Agostinho da Mota (1824 AD - 1878 AD). Luis Antonio Alves de Carvalho, 1863 AD. Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

August Muller (1815 AD - 1883 AD). Portrait of Manuel Correia dos Santos, mestre de sumaca, 1839 AD. German and Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Discovery of the thermal waters of Piratininga. Oil on canvas, 1841 AD. Felix Emile Taunay (1795 AD - 1881 AD). Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Antonio Garcia Bento (1897 AD - 1929 AD). Morning in the Harbor (Manha no porto). Brazilian, Oil on canvas. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

The Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (National Museum of Fine Arts) is an art museum located in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is considered one of the most important Brazilian museums.

 

Since its beginning in 1808, the collection of works of art has been enormously expanded and now has around 16000 items. The collections include painting, sculpture, drawing as well as decorative arts, furniture and folk art.

 

The best collection of the museum is that of 19th and early 20th century painting and sculpture, produced both by Brazilians and foreign artists visiting Brazil. Artists represented include: Frans Post, Pablo Picasso, Rembrandt, Francisco Goya, etc.Wikipedia.

 

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O Rio de Janeiro é a vitrine do Brasil e tem muitos atrativos: Réveillon em Copacabana, Carnaval, praia de Ipanema, Jardim Botânico, Maracanã, Feira de São Cristóvão, Corcovado, Pão de Açúcar, Mirante do Leblon, muitas praias e museus. Mas fotografar também tudo Isto é um grande divertimento.

 

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Plaster copy of Roman copy of Hellenistic sculpture of wrestlers (original 3rd Century BC). The museum has very few classical works, but in its earlier role as a school of fine arts, it had purchased a large collection of 19th century AD plaster copies of Greco-Roman sculpture. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Belas Artes, Porto

 

Vitor Meirelles (1832 AD - 1903 AD). Battle of Guararapes (Batalha dos Guararapes), 1879 AD. Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Battle against the Dutch in Pernambuco. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Jose Correia de Lima (1814 AD - 1857 AD). Retrato do intrepido marinheiro Simano, carvoeiro do vapor Pernambucana, 1853 AD. Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Vitor Meirelles (1832 AD - 1903 AD). Battle of Guararapes (Batalha dos Guararapes), 1879 AD. Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Battle against the Dutch in Pernambuco. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

O acervo do Museu Nacional de Belas Artes teve origem no conjunto de obras de arte trazido por D. João VI de Portugal, em 1808, ampliado alguns anos mais tarde com a coleção reunida por Joachin Lebreton, que chefiou a chamada Missão Artística Francesa, formando a mais importante pinacoteca do país. Este núcleo original foi enriquecido com importantes incorporações ao longo do século XIX e início do século XX.

 

Com a construção da nova sede da Escola Nacional de Belas Artes, em 1908, projeto do arquiteto Moralles de los Rios, este acervo passou a ocupar parte do novo prédio, sendo o Museu criado oficialmente em 13 de janeiro de 1937.

 

Av. Rio Branco, 199 - Centro (Cinelândia), Rio de Janeiro, RJ - Cep: 20.040-008

 

www.mnba.gov.br/

 

Marble bust of Antinous, one of the very few classical sculptures to have found its way to Rio when the Portugese court moved here in 1808 AD. Roman Imperial, Hadrianic, 130 AD - 138 AD. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Museu Nacional de Belas Artes

Vitor Meirelles (1832 AD - 1903 AD). Battle of Guararapes (Batalha dos Guararapes), 1879 AD. Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Battle against the Dutch in Pernambuco. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Vitor Meirelles (1832 AD - 1903 AD). Saint John the Baptist in Prison (Sao Joao Batistia ne carcere), 1852 AD. Brazilian. Oil on Canvas. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

Vitor Meirelles (1832 AD - 1903 AD). Rua Joao Pinto, antigua rua Augusta, Florianopolis, SC, 1851, 1851 AD. Brazilian. Oil on Cardboard. Museu Nacional de Belas Artes (established in 1938 AD, in the National School of Fine Arts, 1908 AD, Adolfo Morales de los Ríos, architect). Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Copyright 2017, James A. Glazier.

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