32. Samba, 1925. Emiliano Di Cavalcanti participated in the Modernist movement and began, in the Twenties, to paint clearly nativist subjects in a Cubist style. The iconography of this work is specifica1ly Brazilian: mulattas, samba, sensuality, music, and the hills of Rio de Janeiro in the background.
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Brazil: Modern Brazilian Painting