Antonio Carvalho de Silva Porto
(Porto, 11 November 1850 - Porto, 11 June 1893) was a Portuguese naturalist painter. Born in Porto, he studied there under João Antenio Correia and T. Furtado, then continued his studies in Paris and Rome. While in Paris he exhibited his work in the Salon and in the World´s Fair of 1878. In Paris, he studied with his friend João Marques de Oliveira, where they were pupils of Adolphe Yvon and Alexandre Cabanel. They became followers of the naturalist Barbizon School, and brought the new school of painting to Portugal, when they returned in 1879. Silva Porto become one of the most acclaimed naturalist painters of his generation, showing the heritage of Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot and Charles-François Daubigny. Secondary effects from impressionism can sometimes be found in his paintings.

 

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Antonio Carvalho de Silva Porto Na cisterna oil painting   

Painting ID::  86207
Antonio Carvalho de Silva Porto
Na cisterna
Medium Oil on paper Dimensions 42.5 x 56.5 cm (16.7 x 22.2 in) cjr

   
   
     

 

 

Antonio Carvalho de Silva Porto Recanto de praia oil painting   

Painting ID::  92144
Antonio Carvalho de Silva Porto
Recanto de praia
Unknown date Medium oil on panel Dimensions 31.5 X 54.5 cm (12.4 X 21.5 in) cyf

   
   
     

 

 

Antonio Carvalho de Silva Porto Still Life with small statue of Pedro I of Brazil oil painting   

Painting ID::  96568
Antonio Carvalho de Silva Porto
Still Life with small statue of Pedro I of Brazil
1841(1841) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 100 X 85 cm cyf

   
   
     

 

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Antonio Carvalho de Silva Porto
(Porto, 11 November 1850 - Porto, 11 June 1893) was a Portuguese naturalist painter. Born in Porto, he studied there under João Antenio Correia and T. Furtado, then continued his studies in Paris and Rome. While in Paris he exhibited his work in the Salon and in the World´s Fair of 1878. In Paris, he studied with his friend João Marques de Oliveira, where they were pupils of Adolphe Yvon and Alexandre Cabanel. They became followers of the naturalist Barbizon School, and brought the new school of painting to Portugal, when they returned in 1879. Silva Porto become one of the most acclaimed naturalist painters of his generation, showing the heritage of Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot and Charles-François Daubigny. Secondary effects from impressionism can sometimes be found in his paintings.