Maria-Helena Vieira Da Silva (Lisbon, 1908 – Paris, 1992)
With her fleeting perspectives, dense compositions, fragmented forms, labyrinthine architecture where everything mixes, Maria-Helena Vieira Da Silva is considered a major artist of abstract art, and one of the leaders of the abstract landscaping. Born in Lisbon in 1908 in a well-off family, she learned drawing and painting at the Lisbon Academy of Fine Arts. Maria-Helena Vieira Da Silva moved to France in 1928 and married the Hungarian painter Arpad Szenes. She died in Paris in 1992. The engraved work that the artist left us is of prime importance as Maria-Helena Vieira Da Silva excelled in the different techniques.
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