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  • Crónicas : el artista Sabogal
    García y García, Elvira
    This article, written in 1919, was published several months after José Sabogal’s first exhibition due to, as the author explains, “the congestion of opinions, appraisals, and enthusiasm” that circulated at the time. Elvira García y García [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139798

  • De regreso de México, Sabogal cuenta...
    Chioino, José, 1898-1960
    Referring to the visual art he saw in Mexico, José Sabogal says that contemporary Mexican painting is already “the most serious American movement in art. It represents something truly national, truly American.” Its exponents (he mentions José [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139959

  • El artista peruano José Sabogal
    Vega Enríquez, Angel, 1875-
    According to the author of this article, José Sabogal’s work is unquestionably “the most serious attempt ever undertaken in Peru to create an essentially national—that is, Peruvian—art.” Noting also that Cuzco is a highly appropriate [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139814

  • El pintor José Sabogal
    López Merino, Clodoaldo
    The author notes José Sabogal’s comments about his earlier travels and his training in Europe, which he said was helpful for learning “the tricks of the trade, how to move one’s hand smoothly, that’s all,” but claimed that he resisted any [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1140179

  • Instantáneas : breves entrevistas de "Variedades" : José Sabogal
    This questionnaire-like interview with José Sabogal addresses his recent stay in Mexico, which lasted for a number of months. The interviewer asserts that Sabogal “is one of our most valuable young artists,” and explains that he has already [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136971

  • José Arnaldo Sabogal
    Cáceres, Zoila Aurora
    The author of this article provides a detailed, almost biographical description of José Sabogal’s apprenticeship, beginning with the modest circumstances of his family in his hometown of Cajabamba, which he left when he was sixteen years old. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139912

  • José Sabogal ha triunfado rotundamente en Buenos Aires : nuestro compatriota ha sido consagrado como uno de los pintores de mayor significación dentro del arte latinoamericano
    The Argentinean critic writing for El Diario newspaper considers José Sabogal “one of the most important painters in art from the Americas” owing to “a modern vision very much his own” and “a deeply poetic spirit” committed to capturing [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1140212

  • José Sabogal, en Buenos Aires
    Seoane, Manuel A., 1900-1963
    The author explains that not many Latin American artists exhibit their work in Buenos Aires (other than those from the countries of the Río de la Plata region: Uruguay and Argentina), since European artists tend to be more enthusiastically received [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1140227

  • La exposición Sabogal
    Balarezo Pinillos, Ezequiel
    In this [document about] Sabogal’s first exhibition in Lima, the author wrongly declares that he is a “painter from Cuzco” because that is where he painted the works in the exhibition. The reviewer also has some reservations about the canvases [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139732

  • La obra de Sabogal
    Gálvez, José, 1885-1957
    The author calls attention, above all, to the painter José Sabogal’s nature: “sober, simple, with a severe exterior and frugal in his expression.” He stresses the national-nationalist style of Sabogal’s painting that, in his opinion, is [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139858

  • La próxima exposición Sabogal
    Solari, Carlos, 1883-1932
    The Peruvian art critic Carlos Solari compares José Sabogal’s latest paintings at the Casino Español (1921) to the ones in his previous exhibition at Casa Brandes in 1919, which were described as “disconcerting contradictions” because of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139836

  • Las exposiciones de pintura : exposición Sabogal
    Hernández, José Alfredo, 1910-1962
    The author José Alfredo Hernández describes José Sabogal as a fully-developed artist with a clearly-defined technique, whose work should only be judged according to appropriately demanding criteria. Hernández mentions the indisputable beauty of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139934

  • Nota de arte : la exposición Sabogal
    Varela y Orbegoso, Luis, 1878-1930
    The author reviews José Sabogal’s paintings at his first exhibition in Lima, with the caveat that the works were viewed in unfavorable circumstances. An illness prevented him from seeing them at the gallery, and Sabogal himself brought them to his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139698

  • Notas de arte : la exposición Sabogal
    Solari, Carlos, 1883-1932
    This review notes that despite his youth and his provincial origins, José Sabogal’s talent is beyond dispute. It is precisely because of Sabogal’s evident skill that Carlos Solari decides to point out a few “buts” in the work of this artist [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139715

  • Notas de arte : la exposición Sabogal
    Valcárcel, Luis E. (Luis Eduardo), 1891-1987
    This article by Luis E. Valcárcel was originally published in El Comercio, the Cuzco newspaper (January 31, 1919) where José Sabogal painted his canvases. According to Valcárcel, the paintings exhibited that year at Casa Brandes (Lima) “are not [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139749

  • Notas de arte : las últimas de Sabogal
    Solari, Carlos, 1883-1932
    The critic Carlos Solari (alias “Don Quijote”) reviews about thirty works that José Sabogal, the founder of Peruvian indigenist painting, brought to Lima after spending several months in Cuzco (c. 1925). In Solari’s opinion, the painter is [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1140113

  • Notas de arte : Sabogal, en Buenos Aires
    Solari, Carlos, 1883-1932
    In this text, Carlos Solari (alias “Don Quijote”) discusses articles on Peruvian painter Sabogal that appeared in the most important Buenos Aires-based newspapers (three of them in particular). The article in La Prensa speaks of the “modern [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1140195

  • Notas de arte : una carta de José Sabogal. Próxima exposición de las obras del artista
    Solari, Carlos, 1883-1932
    In his letter to the art critic Carlos Solari (alias “Don Quijote”), the painter José Sabogal expresses his appreciation for kind words about his work, but challenges two points made by Solari. The first concerns the impression that he is a [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139878

  • Nuestros artistas : el triunfo del pintor José Sabogal y su próxima exposición histórica
    The author believes “there is almost no hesitation” in recognizing the genius of José Sabogal on the eve of his exhibition in 1921. Speaking in glowing terms, M. E. Mendizábal explains that Sabogal’s paintings shed light on those living in [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1140604

  • Peruanicemos al Perú : la obra de José Sabogal
    Mariátegui, José Carlos, 1894-1930
    This text by eminent thinker, politician, and journalist José Carlos Mariátegui comments on José Sabogal—the founder of pictorial Indianism in Peru—on the occasion of his upcoming show at the Sociedad Amigos del Arte in Buenos Aires (1928). [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1140147

  • Progresos del arte peruano : la exposición Sabogal
    Pérez Reinoso, Ramiro
    The synopsis and the annotations in English are coming soon. However, our bilingual readers can click on “Español” to access this information in Spanish [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139782

  • Un ideario vernáculo
    Rebagliati, Edgardo, 1895-1958
    This article includes lyrical and historical references to Cuzco, lauding the marvelous Inca monuments of the city. The author nonetheless wonders if it might be possible to find, among the Cuzco Indians, “a shared spiritual foundation” between [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1140081

  • Visitando la exposición Sabogal
    Chioino, José, 1898-1960
    The author of this review notes the merits of José Sabogal’s second exhibition of paintings in Lima (at the Casino Español). He points out that, on the whole, the artist’s work shows a greater reliance on line than on color, and that “there [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139895