The peculiarity of the work of Francisco Faria consists, according to the artist, in the attempt to obtain "violent contrasts within a clearer and more homogeneous presentation." And he does it with the aid of rubber, composing whites and blacks very close, without gradations of tones. Since 1985, Francisco Faria started to devote himself to drawing, using it for the representation of landscapes, mainly of the Atlantic Forest and sea scenes.


  • Title: Untitled
  • Creator: Francisco Faria
  • Date: 2006
  • Location: Curitiba, Brazil
  • Physical Dimensions: 150,5 x 110,5 cm
  • Medium: graphite on paper

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