Escola Nacional de Belas Artes
|Escola Nacional de Belas Artes|
Royal School of Sciences, Arts and Crafts |
Imperial Academy of the Fine Arts
|Parent institution||Federal University of Rio de Janeiro|
|Location||Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Dean||Carlos Gonçalves Terra|
Escola de Belas Artes (School of Fine Arts) is one of the centers of the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro and dates back to colonial times.
A royal letter of Nov 20 1800 by John VI of Portugal established the Aula Prática de Desenho e Figura in Rio de Janeiro. It was the first institution in Brazil systematically dedicated to teaching the arts. During colonial times, the arts were mainly of religious or utilitarian nature and were learnt in a system of apprenticeship.
The Decree of Aug 12, 1816 created the Escola Real de Ciências, Artes e Ofícios (Royal School of Sciences, Arts and Crafts), which established an official education in the fine arts. Then it was renamed as the Academia Imperial de Belas Artes (Imperial Academy of Fine Arts), instituting a system of artistic education that would greatly influence the development of Brazilian art.
On Nov 8 1890, the old Imperial Academy was transformed into the Escola Nacional de Belas Artes (National School of Fine Arts). In 1931, the School joined the University of Rio de Janeiro, the current Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
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- Lúcio Costa (1902-1998), Brazilian architect and urban planner
- Rubens Gerchman (1942-2008), painter and sculptor
- Oswaldo Goeldi (1895-1961), artist and engraver
- Anna Maria Maiolino (1942- ), Italian plastic artist
- Burle Marx (1909-1994), landscape architect
- Victor Meirelles (1832-1903), painter
- Ismael Nery (1900-1934), poet and painter
- Oscar Niemeyer (1907-2012), architect
- Lygia Pape (1927-2004), sculpture, engraving, and filmmaking
- Candido Portinari (1903-1962), painter
- Franz Weissmann (1911-2005), Austrian sculptor
- Escola de Belas Artes (School of Fine Arts of Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)
- Federal University of Rio de Janeiro official website
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