Amadeu de Souza-Cardoso
November 14, 1887 (Amarante, Portugal) – October 25, 1918 (Espinho, Portugal)
Souza-Cardoso was the major artist of Portuguese modernism. His short life was enough to create a revolutionary and unique work. A friend of Modigliani, Brâncusi and the Delaunays, he was called “the first Discovery of Portugal in Europe in the 20th century.” Here, he was placed on the surface of a canvas.
Works: Les Cavaliers, Kitchen of the House of Manhufe, Entry, Coty.
Periods: Futurism, Cubism, Expressionism, Modernism.