3 edition of I.Rice Pereira found in the catalog.
I. Rice Pereira
Catalogue of the exhibition held at the Andrew Crispo Gallery, New York, 17 April - 22 May 1976.
|Statement||introduction by John I.H.Baur.|
|Contributions||Baur, John I.H., Andrew Crispo Gallery.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. :|
I. Rice Pereira Biography. Irene Rice Pereira (August 5, – Janu ) was an American abstract artist, poet, and philosopher who played a significant role in the development of modernism in America. She is known for her work in the Geometric abstraction, Abstract expressionist, and lyrical abstraction genres and her use of the principles of the Bauhaus school. In , Pereira became one of the founders and first instructors at the Design Laboratory, a school modelled on the Bauhaus school. Irene Rice Pereira's first husband was the commercial artist Umberto Pereira. She later married George Wellington Brown, a naval : Poul Webb.
Pereira, I. Rice (Irene Rice) Modernism (Art) Artist Irene Rice Pereira was a significant figure in the New York art world of the s and s, who shared an interest in Jungianism with the better-known Abstract Expressionists and with various women artists and writers seeking "archetypal" imagery. Although she ultimately married three times, Pereira kept her first husband last name. Early in her career she adopted the gender ambiguous title of I. Rice Pereira in order to avoid the stigma of being a creative and working female. In addition to her artwork Pereira wrote extensively throughout her life, producing ten books of poems and essays.
Media in category "Irene Rice Pereira" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. Pereira experimented with glass, parchment, plastics, and other materials. A representative work is Oblique Progression (Whitney Mus., New York City). She was the author of several books including The Nature of Space () and The Transcendental Formal Logic of the Infinite (). See J. Baur, Loren MacIver, I. Rice Pereira ().
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The lapis [Pereira, I. Rice] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Author: John I H Baur; Loren MacIver; I Rice Pereira; Whitney Museum of American Art,; Des Moines Art Center,; All authors: Publisher: New York: Published for the Whitney Museum of American Art by the Macmillan Company, Edition/Format: Print book: Biography: EnglishView all.
I. Rice Pereira (August 5, – Janu ) was an American abstract artist, poet, and philosopher who played a significant role in the development of modernism in America.
She is known for her work in the Geometric Abstraction, Abstract Expressionist, and Lyrical Abstraction genres and her use of the principles of the Bauhaus school.
Irene Rice Pereira, "New Materials and the Artist," lecture given in at Columbia University; see notes in Irene Rice Pereira Papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington,D.C., roll 2.
I am grateful to Karen A. Bearor for alerting me to Pereira's correct birthdate of Born: New York: I. Rice Pereira, 2nd Edition. Octavo, publisher's stiff white paper wraps lettered in black and red. Self-published collection of polyphonic, philosophical poems by American Abstract Expressionist and philosopher Irene Rice Pereira, relating to her ongoing project of a cosmology of the Infinite: These poems demonstrate that the image of the cosmos is reflected in.
For the most complete list available of her published and unpublished written works, see Herrick Jackson, "I. Rice Pereira" (ts.), vol. I, chapter 8, page / (the book has two numbering systems), available at the Schlesinger Library. See also series IX. Loren MacIver, I. Rice Pereira by Baur, John I.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at New York: I. Rice Pereira, Illustrated with two series of plates, each numbered one through five and six additional illustrations.
First edition. Presentation copy, with author's inscription: “This Roman numeral I is for Priscilla ”. Title page printed on uncut handmade wove paper. Large folio, in publisher’s wrappers, lettered in gold. 1 title pageAuthor: I. Rice Pereira. Artist: Irene Rice Pereira (American, Chelsea, Massachusetts – Marbella) Date: Medium: Gouache on paper Accession: On view in: Not on view White Rectangles, Number 3 Artist: Irene Rice Pereira (American, Chelsea, Massachusetts – Marbella) Date: Medium: Oil on canvas Accession: On view in: Gallery I.
Rice Pereira the painter, whose abstractionist canvases are in many major collections, died Monday in Marbella, Spain, after a long illness, according to word received by relatives here. Signed. 9 1/8 x 5 7/8" Pereira was an American abstract artist, poet, and philosopher who played a significant rol Category s Abstract Geometric Irene Rice Pereira Art.
Biography. Born Irene Rice, she took the name of her first husband, the commercial artist Umberto Pereira. She adopted the name I. Rice Pereira because then as now discrimination beset women in the arts.
By the time war broke out Irene had divorced Pereira and married George Wellington Brown, a marine engineer from a prominent Boston family.
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Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale. New York: The Nordness Gallery, Although this is copy 22/99 of Pereira's hardback poetry volume, of far more significance is the original watercolour on handmade woven paper, and signed by Pereira that accompanies it.
The volume of poems was issued with a limitation of numbered, autographed copies. had an original watercolour. Although copies of the first 99 can be found for. Pereira, Irene Rice (–)Twentieth-century American modernist painter, poet, and essayist.
Name variations: I. Rice Pereira. Born Irene Rice in Chelsea, Massachusetts, on August 5, ; died in Marbella, Spain, on Janu ; daughter of Emanuel (known as Emery) Rice (a baker and businessman) and Hilda Vanderbilt Rice; married Humberto Pereira, in (divorced ); married.
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3, in the book The Lapis by I. Rice Pereira ([New York: George Wittenborn, ]) Image I from Dream of November 29th, in the book The Lapis by I. Rice Pereira ([New York: George Wittenborn, ]).photocopies of notebooks by Pereira copied from the originals in the Schlesinger Library.
The last series is a copy of Pereira’s book, The Lapis. The Irene Rice Pereira Papers consist of a series of photocopied notebooks entitled The Concept of Substance, written between and Within the notebooks are journal entries.