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Jose Malhoa

Jose Malhoa Dying the clothes oil painting on canvas
Dying the clothes
Painting ID::  81213
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Jose Malhoa Dying the clothes oil painting on canvas



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  Jose Malhoa
  (Caldas da Rainha, 28 April 1855 ; Figueire dos Vinhos, 26 October 1933) was a Portuguese painter. Malhoa was, with Columbano Bordalo Pinheiro, the leading name in Portuguese naturalist painting, in the second half of the 19th century. He painted often popular scenes and subjects, like his two most famous paintings, "The Drunks" (1907) and "Fado" (1910). He always remained faithful to the naturalist style, but in some of is works, there are impressionist influences, like in his "Autumn" (1918), that can be considered as an "impressionist exercise". He saw at the end of his life, the inauguration of the Jose Malhoa Museum, in Caldas da Rainha.
  Dying the clothes
  Date 1905(1905) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 63 x 75 cm (24.8 x 29.5 in) cjr

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