No bread, no job - Ernesto de la Cárcova


11/29/16 - If there's an emblematic painting of Argentine Art of the 19th Century, that's definitely "Sin pan y sin trabajo" (No bread and no job), by Ernesto de la Cárcova (Argentina, 1866-1927). This is an iconic artwork of social protest and it is nowadays part of the exhibition dedicated to De la Carcova's work at the Bellas Artes Museum, because of the 150th anniversary of his birth. One of the rooms displays copies of newspapers and magazines where the painted was printed and also works by other artists who used "Sin Pan y Sin Trabajo" as a source of inspiration to create their own paintings.

Sin pan y sin trabajo, by Ernesto de la Cárcova (1894)
Technique: oil on canvas
Resumen de la semana, by Evangelina Aybar (2009)
Technique: acrylic on canvas
Sin pan y sin trabajo, by Carlos Alonso (1966)
Technique: acrylic on canvas
Vidrios empañados, by Juan Pablo Renzi (1978)
Technique: oil on canvas
(To be continued...)

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