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PENDING Seal Maria Blanchard

sello colección mujeres 8M María Blanchard
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Get the stamp of Maria Blanchard, pioneer painter of Cubism and other avant-garde. He was a soul without restrictions, without academic limits, or imposed norms. He introduced into his painting dramatic colors, harsh drawings and violent contrasts.

    This is the eighth stamp of the #8MTodoElAño collection, dedicated to emblematic women in the fight for equality. Here you can get the rest of the collection:
    - International Women's Day Seal
    - Clara Campoamor Seal
    - Isabel Zenda l Seal
    - Almudena Grandes Seal
    - Seal Dolors Aleu
    - Concepción Arenal Seal
    - Elidà Amigó Seal

    Blanchard was born in 1881, in Santander, into a family of the new mountain bourgeoisie, well-off and cultured. His paternal grandfather, Castor Gutiérrez de la Torre, was the founder of La Abeja Montañesa and his father of El Atlántico, a liberal newspaper he ran for ten years.

    Because of an accident her mother had during pregnancy, Maria was born with a physical deformity in her spine, a kyphoscoliosis. For this reason, he suffered continuous ridicule from childhood that affected him psychologically throughout his life and where painting will be his great escape: "I would change my whole life for a little beauty," he said. However, even before settling in Paris, in 1909, with the scholarships she had won for her talent, the Cantabrian artist had given signs that everything that was going to pass through her hands was going to be beauty, color and soul without restrictions, no academic limits, no imposed rules .

    In 1903 he moved to Madrid to begin his training with the painters Emilio Sala, Fernando Álvarez de Sotomayor and Manuel Benedito . After obtaining the Third Medal of theNational Exhibition of Fine Arts with The First Steps, the Diputación de Santander grants him a scholarship in 1909, to complete his studies in Paris. There he received classes from the Spanish painter Anglada Camarasa and Kees van Dongen, who oriented his work towards the freedom of color and expression, moving away from his Spanish academic training. An example is the painting Nymphs chaining Sileno, where the influence of Anglada Camarasa is appreciated.

    In 1914, because of the outbreak of the First World War, he returned to Madrid. He attends the gathering of Ramón Gómez de la Serna, who always appreciated his exceptional originality that made him free even within an avant-garde movement, in the Pombo café and Blanchard participates in the controversial exhibition of Integral Painters organized by him. Later, she dedicated herself to teaching as a drawing teacher in Salamanca, until in 1916, when the war ended, she returned definitively to Paris. Back in the French capital, she interacts with artists such as Lipchitz, Metzinger, Diego Rivera, Picabia, Picasso and Juan Gris with whom she establishes a great friendship and who will exert a profound influence on her. Blanchard was part of the Parisian cubist group, assimilated their budgets and developed a cubist painting by introducing personal elements, such as the treatment of color .

    Little by little he will abandon this style and lean towards figuration . It is a figuration in which there is a certain constructive influence of Cubism. It is characterized by dramatic colors, hard drawings and violent contrasts . They are intimate, expressive images of helpless characters.

    Physical pain and economic needs accompanied this artist in her last years. One of his consolations, perhaps the most unexpected, was religion. Her paintings and she herself adopted something mystical, of deep transit, devoid of appearances.

    In 1927, when Juan Gris died, María Blanchard secluded herself and lost contact with the other artists. His health begins to deteriorate, he suffers from tuberculosis, but he does not stop painting. Finally, he died in 1932 .

    Among the worksof his first stage highlights La comulgante, from 1914. Of the cubist period stand out Woman with fan (1916), Nature morte cubiste (1917), Cubist composition (1918) and Nature morte cubiste (1919).

    For many years, his work and his figure went unnoticed, almost forgotten. Without a partner, without descendants to watch over his legacy, recognition has come late, but he no longer admits to going back. Not after seeing his paintings and guessing in them that voice, that unique look, that ability to leave his body, his moment, his environment, towards the absolute .

    In addition to the stamp dedicated to Clara Campoamor, Isabel Zendal, Almudena Grandes, Dolors Aleu to Concepción Arenal, Elidà Amigó, and now María Blanchard. Correos will dedicate the next stamp of the collection #8MTodoElAño to Luisa Roldán (La Roldana).

    All the stamps of this series have been designed by the artist Isa Muguruza, a Spanish illustrator capable of creating a unique universe that empowers, through art, the figure of women; an ode to energy and the female body represented through a style that mixes realism, psychedelia and the metaphysical.

     

    Product of Filatelia Correos, sold and sent by Correos

    Printing: Offset on coated, gummed, phosphorescent paper.

    Block sheet size: 28.8 x 40.9 mm

    Postal value of each stamp: 1€ (sold in pack of 5)

    Publication Date: October 14, 2022

    Circulation: 135,000 stamps

    Product exempt from VAT.

    5 €

    Description

    Get the stamp of Maria Blanchard, pioneer painter of Cubism and other avant-garde. He was a soul without restrictions, without academic limits, or imposed norms. He introduced into his painting dramatic colors, harsh drawings and violent contrasts.

      This is the eighth stamp of the #8MTodoElAño collection, dedicated to emblematic women in the fight for equality. Here you can get the rest of the collection:
      - International Women's Day Seal
      - Clara Campoamor Seal
      - Isabel Zenda l Seal
      - Almudena Grandes Seal
      - Seal Dolors Aleu
      - Concepción Arenal Seal
      - Elidà Amigó Seal

      Blanchard was born in 1881, in Santander, into a family of the new mountain bourgeoisie, well-off and cultured. His paternal grandfather, Castor Gutiérrez de la Torre, was the founder of La Abeja Montañesa and his father of El Atlántico, a liberal newspaper he ran for ten years.

      Because of an accident her mother had during pregnancy, Maria was born with a physical deformity in her spine, a kyphoscoliosis. For this reason, he suffered continuous ridicule from childhood that affected him psychologically throughout his life and where painting will be his great escape: "I would change my whole life for a little beauty," he said. However, even before settling in Paris, in 1909, with the scholarships she had won for her talent, the Cantabrian artist had given signs that everything that was going to pass through her hands was going to be beauty, color and soul without restrictions, no academic limits, no imposed rules .

      In 1903 he moved to Madrid to begin his training with the painters Emilio Sala, Fernando Álvarez de Sotomayor and Manuel Benedito . After obtaining the Third Medal of theNational Exhibition of Fine Arts with The First Steps, the Diputación de Santander grants him a scholarship in 1909, to complete his studies in Paris. There he received classes from the Spanish painter Anglada Camarasa and Kees van Dongen, who oriented his work towards the freedom of color and expression, moving away from his Spanish academic training. An example is the painting Nymphs chaining Sileno, where the influence of Anglada Camarasa is appreciated.

      In 1914, because of the outbreak of the First World War, he returned to Madrid. He attends the gathering of Ramón Gómez de la Serna, who always appreciated his exceptional originality that made him free even within an avant-garde movement, in the Pombo café and Blanchard participates in the controversial exhibition of Integral Painters organized by him. Later, she dedicated herself to teaching as a drawing teacher in Salamanca, until in 1916, when the war ended, she returned definitively to Paris. Back in the French capital, she interacts with artists such as Lipchitz, Metzinger, Diego Rivera, Picabia, Picasso and Juan Gris with whom she establishes a great friendship and who will exert a profound influence on her. Blanchard was part of the Parisian cubist group, assimilated their budgets and developed a cubist painting by introducing personal elements, such as the treatment of color .

      Little by little he will abandon this style and lean towards figuration . It is a figuration in which there is a certain constructive influence of Cubism. It is characterized by dramatic colors, hard drawings and violent contrasts . They are intimate, expressive images of helpless characters.

      Physical pain and economic needs accompanied this artist in her last years. One of his consolations, perhaps the most unexpected, was religion. Her paintings and she herself adopted something mystical, of deep transit, devoid of appearances.

      In 1927, when Juan Gris died, María Blanchard secluded herself and lost contact with the other artists. His health begins to deteriorate, he suffers from tuberculosis, but he does not stop painting. Finally, he died in 1932 .

      Among the worksof his first stage highlights La comulgante, from 1914. Of the cubist period stand out Woman with fan (1916), Nature morte cubiste (1917), Cubist composition (1918) and Nature morte cubiste (1919).

      For many years, his work and his figure went unnoticed, almost forgotten. Without a partner, without descendants to watch over his legacy, recognition has come late, but he no longer admits to going back. Not after seeing his paintings and guessing in them that voice, that unique look, that ability to leave his body, his moment, his environment, towards the absolute .

      In addition to the stamp dedicated to Clara Campoamor, Isabel Zendal, Almudena Grandes, Dolors Aleu to Concepción Arenal, Elidà Amigó, and now María Blanchard. Correos will dedicate the next stamp of the collection #8MTodoElAño to Luisa Roldán (La Roldana).

      All the stamps of this series have been designed by the artist Isa Muguruza, a Spanish illustrator capable of creating a unique universe that empowers, through art, the figure of women; an ode to energy and the female body represented through a style that mixes realism, psychedelia and the metaphysical.

       

      Product of Filatelia Correos, sold and sent by Correos

      Printing: Offset on coated, gummed, phosphorescent paper.

      Block sheet size: 28.8 x 40.9 mm

      Postal value of each stamp: 1€ (sold in pack of 5)

      Publication Date: October 14, 2022

      Circulation: 135,000 stamps

      Product exempt from VAT.

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