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ID: 500356607
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/ulan/500356607

 

Record Type: Person
Worms, Bertha (French-Brazilian portraitist, designer, and teacher, 1868-1937)

Note: French-Brazilian portraitist, designer and teacher. She obtained a drawing teacher degree in 1885. She exhibited her early works at the Deuxième Exposition de Blanc et Noir, 1888, and at the Exposition des Beaux-Arts de la Société des Artistes Français, 1890. In 1892, she moved to Brazil where she took part of exhibitions such as the 2nd e 3rd Exposições Gerais de Belas Artes, and also held individual exhibitions. She became known for her portraits with realistic features with almost documentary aspects, but she also worked with gendre scenes, still-lifes, and made landscapes.

Names:
Worms, Bertha (preferred,V,index,LC)
Bertha Worms (V,display)
Worms, Anna Clèmence Berthe Abraham (V)

Nationalities:
French (preferred)
Brazilian

Roles:
artist (preferred)
painter
draftsman
teacher
designer

Gender: female

Birth and Death Places:
Born:  Uckange (Grand Est, France) (inhabited place)
Died:  São Paulo (São Paulo, Brazil) (inhabited place)

Related People or Corporate Bodies:
parent of ....  Worms, Gastão  
................  (Brazilian painter, 1905-1967) [500356608]
student at (person to institution) ....  Académie Julian  
............................................................  (French repository, contemporary) [500310043]
student at (person to institution) ....  Ecole nationale supérieure des beaux-arts  
............................................................  (French school, Paris, contemporary) [500212030]
student of ....  Boulanger, Gustave  
..................  (French painter, 1824-1888) [500024407]
student of ....  Constant, Jean Joseph Benjamin  
..................  (French painter, 1845-1902) [500015006]
student of ....  Lefebvre, Jules Joseph  
..................  (French painter, 1836-1912) [500013504]
student of ....  Robert-Fleury, Tony  
..................  (French painter, 1837-1911) [500006804]

List/Hierarchical Position:
 ....  Persons, Artists
 ........  Worms, Bertha (I)

Additional Notes:
Portuguese ..... Pintora retratista, desenhista e professora franco-brasileira. Estudou na École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris e na Académie Julian. Obteve certificado de professora de desenho em 1885. Expôs os primeiros trabalhos na Deuxième Exposition de Blanc et Noir, 1888, e na Exposition des Beaux-Arts de la Société des Artistes Français, 1890. Mudou-se para o Brasil em 1892, onde participou de exposições como as 2ª e 3ª Exposições Gerais de Belas Artes, e também realizou mostras individuais. Destacou-se no retrato, com pinturas de feições realistas e de caráter quase documental, tendo também transitado por cenas de gênero, naturezas-mortas e algumas paisagens. 

Biographies:
(French-Brazilian portraitist, designer, and teacher, 1868-1937) ..... [PESP Preferred]

Additional Names:

Sources and Contributors:
Bertha Worms ........ [PESP, VP]
..........................  Getty Vocabulary Program rules
Worms, Anna Clèmence Berthe Abraham ........ [PESP, VP]
.....................................................................  PESP database (2000-)
Worms, Bertha ........ [PESP Preferred, VP Preferred]
............................  Library of Congress Authorities online (2002-) n 95920540; accessed 18 November 2014
............................  PESP database (2000-)

Subject: ........ [PESP, VP]
....................  Dezenovevinte (1986)
....................  Leite and Silva, Dicionário Crítico da Pintura no Brasil (1988)
....................  Pontual, Artes plásticas Brasil (1969)
 
Note:
English .......... [PESP, VP]
.......... PESP database (2000-) researcher: Luciana Negrini, 2015
Portuguese .......... [PESP]
.......... PESP database (2000-) researcher: Luciana Negrini, 2015
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