Name Descriptor: Codesido, Julia, 1883-1979×
  • "Julia Codesido y Sabogal son buenos pintores" : Aquilles Ralli cree, además, que muchos sólo buscan la fama por medio de la publicidad
    Ralli, Aquiles, 1925-
    1951
    Painter Aquiles Ralli rejects the comments made by Fernando de Szyszlo that became a national scandal: “there are no painters in Peru.” He juxtaposes the work of the “good artists,” those who diligently “work in silence and never advertise [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1150882

  • [Letter] 1946 Abril 3, [Quito, Ecuador] [to] Libero Badii
    Chale, Gertrudis, 1898-
    1946
    Gertrudis Chale writes to Libero Badii about her stay in the Peruvian city of Arequipa. She mentions the Indianist Peruvian artists José Sabogal and Julia Codesido, commenting sensitively on the native and popular art, seminal concerns of her work [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759659

  • [Letter] 1946 Mayo 20, Quito [to] Libero Badii
    Chale, Gertrudis, 1898-
    1946
    Gertrudis Chale writes to Libero Badii about her stay in Quito, Ecuador, and the impact of Quito's landscapes, architecture, and painting on her. She mentions the Peruvian artist Julia Codesido [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 759676

  • Artes plásticas : arte americano y arte europeo
    Brughetti, Romualdo
    1958
    Romualdo Brughetti writes about artists who abide by visible and formal American constants and others who are defined by a formalism that originated in modern Europe. The article is about a question that came to light during the Peruvian artist Julia [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 766513

  • Con Julia Condecido [sic]
    Urteaga C., Franklin
    1936
    Franklin Urteaga conducted this lengthy interview with Julia Codesido on the occasion of her recent exhibitions overseas. Referring to the first of these, at the recently inaugurated Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico City, 1935), Urteaga notes the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136615

  • Cristina Gálvez opina que sí hay pintores en el Perú: citó a cuatro : "Hay que ser muy intelectual para ser abstracto" dijo y añadió luego "Szyszlo no es intelectual"
    Gálvez, Cristina
    1951
    In response to de Szyszlo’s controversial statement “there are no painters in Peru,” sculptor Cristina Gálvez mentions four whom she considers excellent: Juan Manuel Ugarte Eléspuru, Ricardo Grau, Sérvulo Gutiérrez, and Julia Codesido. [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1150897

  • Cuatro pintores peruanos modernos
    Berni, Antonio, 1905-1981
    1942
    This is Antonio Berni’s essay on four Peruvian painters,José Sabogal, Julia Codesido, Camilo Blas, and Teresa Carvallo, in which he describes both their technical abilities and the subject matter of their works. Berni stresses the importance of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 775198

  • Disciplina y sentido cósmico en los cuadros de Julia Codesido
    Saco, Carmen, 1882-1948
    1938
    Carmen Saco, the Peruvian sculptress and essayist, believes that the roots of Julia Codesido’s painting can be found in “blocks of stone that have been overwhelmed and penetrated by life and pain.” She believes that Codesido’s art expresses [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136583

  • El arte moderno de Julia Codesido
    Puppo, Juan
    1938
    This review considers Julia Codesido’s work within the context of art and literature produced by women, noting that this genre “is uniquely attuned to feeling and expression.” Though historically recognized solely in terms of family or social [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136567

  • El primer Salón Municipal
    Ríos Rey, Juan, 1914-1991
    1948
    Juan Ríos discusses the I Salón Municipal de Lima, which in his opinion, was a failure because most Peruvian artists decided to boycott the event due to widespread mistrust of the jury, which was made up of “distinguished civil servants or [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1289952

  • Ensayo sobre la pintura peruana contemporánea
    Pereira, Raúl María, 1916-2007
    1942
    In this essay, Peruvian art critic and diplomat Raúl María Pereira provides an overview of Peruvian painting from the first half of the twentieth century. While the author praises the first generation of academic painters, he believes that their [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1293152

  • Exposición de pintura de Julia Codesido
    López Merino, Clodoaldo
    1929
    In this text, Clodoaldo López Merino, under the pseudonym of “EGO,” asserts that even before this show of painting, Julia Codesido had consolidated her prestige as an artist. She had studied at European academies and at the Escuela Nacional de [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1147874

  • Exposición de pintura en la Universidad Mayor de San Marcos
    Cáceres, Zoila Aurora
    1931
    In the author’s opinion, Julio Codesido “has accepted the admiration for and establishment of a genuinely Peruvian style of painting.” This is her second exhibition in Lima and, according to the reviewer, it includes paintings that reveal [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141212

  • Expresión del arte femenino : Las profesoras de Artes Plásticas preparan su 1ª exposición de carteles
    1935
    This article discusses the preparations for the first exhibition of “women’s” posters—an unprecedented event. The women artists involved were María Izquierdo, Dolores Álvarez Bravo, Cordelia Urueta, and the Peruvian Julia Codesido. The [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 769980

  • Impresiones de Julia Codesido después de su expos. en N. York
    1936
    This interview with the Indigenist painter Julia Codesido was published in the Lima newspaper La Crónica on the occasion of her exhibition at the Delphic Studios gallery (New York, 1936). The interviewer talks about the warm welcome Codesido [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141277

  • José Sabogal está en busqueda del arte del pueblo : un momento de exaltación de las fuerzas del Perú con el gran animador del arte vernacular nacional
    1950
    In this article, the editor of the newspaper Noticias de Arequipa interviews José Sabogal on the occasion of the artist’s visit to Arequipa, and they talk about contemporary Peruvian painting and traditional art. On the former topic, Sabogal [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1289505

  • Julia Codecido en N. York
    1936
    Published in Lima-based newspaper La Prensa, this document is a compilation of reviews published in New York newspapers on the Julia Codesido exhibition held at Delphic Studios gallery, also in New York, in 1936. Howard Devree of The New York Times [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136600

  • La exposición Codesido
    Pereira, Raúl María, 1916-2007
    1941
    After explaining that the exhibition includes recent works as well as others that have been shown on previous occasions, the reviewer states that the artist “captures a clearer and broader view of Peruvian landscapes, people, and customs than other [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136551

  • La exposición de Julia Codesido
    Pereira, Raúl María, 1916-2007
    1938
    According to the author, this exhibition heralds “a magnificent advance” in Julia Codesido’s painting because “a different spirit inspires her latest compositions.” In his opinion, 1931 marks the end of her earlier phase and the beginning [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141245

  • La exposición de Julia Codesido
    Raygada, Carlos, 1898-1953
    1938
    In the reviewer’s opinion, this exhibition confirms the undeniable progress that Julia Codesido has made in her work. Carlos Raygada claims that in this, her sixth exhibition at the Academia Nacional de Música in Lima, Codesido has turned away [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141261

  • La exposición de Julia Codesido en la Academia Alzedo [sic]
    Muelle, Jorge C.
    1938
    According to the author, Julia Codesido’s work has become “increasingly unreal” and is thus more like modern painting, which makes no attempt to present an objective version of the subject matter. According to Jorge C. Muelle, “Julia invents [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141179

  • La exposición de la señorita Julia Codesido
    Solari, Carlos, 1883-1932
    1929
    The reviewer states that indigenist art has found “a new devotee” in Julia Codesido. Responding to her show in Lima in 1929, author Carlos Solari explains the painter has not taken a slavish stance, but rather has evolved slowly “in progressive [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1147891

  • La exposición de pinturas de Julia Codecido
    Espinosa Saldaña, Antonino, 1888-1969
    1931
    After mentioning the decorative nature of Julia Codesido’s exhibition, the author of this review discusses her portrayal of the Andean mountains, calling it: “an exceptional vision rather than a straight idealization.” The decorative nature of [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141229

  • La obra pictórica de Julia Codesido
    Aguirre Morales, Augusto, 1888-1957; Aguirre Morales, Augusto, 1888-1957
    1930
    In this review of Julia Codesido’s first exhibition at the Academia Nacional de Música Alcedo (Lima, 1929), Augusto Aguirre Morales describes her as a great exponent of Peruvian art. The writer submits a reading of her work based on its “ [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141196

  • México comenta el rotundo triunfo de Julia Codesido en Estados Unidos
    1936
    This is the review of the exhibition of works by Julia Codesido at the Delphic Studios gallery (New York, 1936), originally published in El Universal Gráfico de México and reprinted in the Lima newspaper La Crónica. The writer of the Mexican [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1141164

  • Notas de arte: Exposición de pintura Julia Codesido
    Saco, Carmen, 1882-1948
    1929
    Carmen Saco describes Julia Codesido’s 1929 exhibition “as a process, the radical dissolution of a dying world in which one race withdraws and others rise triumphant along with a way of perceiving long-established art as distinct from art that is [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1136647

  • Sala de arte popular peruano en el Museo de la Cultura : selecciones de arte
    Sabogal, José, 1888-1956
    1949
    José Sabogal states that his commentary regards what occurred before the creation of the Museo de Artes Vernaculares, the latter being indispensable because they possess “holdings that are essential to this time, as they have been throughout all [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1173418