Name Descriptor: Fierro, Pancho, 1807-1879×
  • Cómo la pintura ha buscado al Perú : los que intentan vencer el complejo : II
    Salazar Bondy, Sebastián
    1955
    This text is the second of three parts of the essay “Cómo la pintura ha buscado al Perú” written by Sebastián Salazar Bondy. The text was not intended to be “an aesthetic theory,” but rather “a sociological interrogation” geared [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1138075

  • Consideraciones sobre la pintura peruana
    Pereira, Raúl María, 1916-2007
    1939
    In this text, Raúl María Pereira reflects on the history of painting in Peru, affirming that the Incan “genius in form and color” lived on despite the Spanish conquest, not as a parallel or marginal entity, but as a force that acted on “the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1293103

  • José Sabogal
    Valcárcel, Luis E. (Luis Eduardo), 1891-1987
    1956
    In this article, the indigenist Peruvian anthropologist Luis E. Valcárcel pays tribute to José Sabogal, following his death in 1956. In the author’s opinion, Cuzco (where the painter lived after spending several years studying in Europe) was [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139618

  • La Peña "Pancho Fierro" : arte popular en Lima
    Barrionuevo, Alfonsina, 1935-
    1962
    This article by Alfonsina Barrionuevo was written on the occasion of the celebration of twenty-five years of “Pancho Fierro,” a folk music venue in Lima that the author describes as a “corner of Peru in its purest form embedded in the great [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1139492

  • Los mates burilados y las estampas del pintor criollo Pancho Fierro
    Sabogal, José, 1888-1956
    1973
    In this text, José Sabogal states that, upon their arrival, the Spanish were impressed by the architecture and art they found in America. They understood that “their fortunate victory could not be maintained if they did not consolidate it through [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1173400

  • Pancho Fierro
    Berni, Antonio, 1905-1981
    1944
    In this essay, Antonio Berni writes about the 19th century Peruvian artist, Pancho Fierro, calling him the first South American to portray a realistic version of the social life of the period and its relevance to traditional folk art [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 775143