|Abaporu, 1928, Tarsila do Amaral, Abaporu|
|El Pescador, Tarsila do Amaral|
|Elegant, pretty, and glamorous, as seen in her photos and |
self-portraits, Amaral brought all those qualities to a
very tired, conservative Brazilian art world.
|Portrait of Mario de Andrade, |
Tarsila do Amaral, whom she
|A broad assortment of Amaral's work, mostly from the 1920s.|
|During the 30s and beyond Amaral's paintings began |
to take on social themes.
|Segunda Classe, 1933, Tarsila do Amaral|