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Images de Oliveira RIHA Journal 0072

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1 Inside view of the Portuguese Pavilion at the Brussels Universal Exhibition, 1958 Architect: Pedro Cid (© Horácio Novais, FCG–BA)

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10 The British Art of the Twentieth Century exhibition: sculptures by Reg Butler and Lynn Chadwick in the foreground. Oporto, Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis, 1962 (© Tate, London 2012)

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11 The British Art of the Twentieth Century exhibition: paintings by William Roberts and Wyndham Lewis. Coimbra, Associação Académica headquarters, 1962 (© Tate, London 2012)

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2 Inside view of the Portuguese Pavilion with a copy of the Fishermen panel of Nuno Gonçalves’ Saint Vicent Panels (Fifteenth century). Brussels Universal Exhibition, 1958 (© Horácio Novais, FCG–BA)

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3 Portuguese art, 800–1800: winter exhibition: at the centre, Belém Monstrance, produced with the first gold brought from Brazil (Sixteenth century). London, Royal Academy of Arts, 1955-56 (© Estúdio Mário Novais, FCG-BA)

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4 Portuguese art, 800–1800: winter exhibition: ‘Portugal in the Orient’ room with the portraits of two Viceroys of Portuguese India, Afonso de Albuquerque and D. João de Castro (mid-Sixteenth century). London, Royal Academy of Arts, 1955-56 (© Estúdio Mário Novais, FCG-BA)

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5 Inside view of the Portuguese Pavilion with a small display of Portuguese modern art. Brussels Universal Exhibition, 1958 (© Horácio Novais, FCG-BA)

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6 Art section at the exhibition 30 years of Portuguese Culture, 1926-1956 (30 anos de cultura portuguesa, 1926-1956). Lisbon, Foz Palace, 1956. (© Mário Novais, FCG-BA)

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7 FCG’s first Exhibition of Fine Arts. Lisbon, Sociedade Nacional de Belas–Artes, 1957 (© Abreu Nunes, FCG-BA)

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8 The British Art of the Twentieth Century exhibition: paintings by Alan Davie and Terry Frost. Coimbra, Associação Académica headquarters, 1962 (© Tate, London 2012)

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9 The British Art of the Twentieth Century exhibition: paintings by Francis Bacon, Roger Hilton (in the background) and Graham Sutherland. Oporto, Museu Nacional de Soares dos Reis, 1962 (© Tate, London 2012)