Ione Saldanha

Brazil, 1921


Initially he produced figurative works, such as everyday scenes and portraits, and paintings of houses, in which he emphasized geometry. Subsequently, his production acquires an abstract character. At the end of the 1960s, he began to use new supports, abandoning the two-dimensional surface, and painted on slats, spools (wooden coils for electrical cables) and bamboo.

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