Category:Manoel de Araújo Porto-alegre

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Manuel de Araújo Porto-alegre, Baron of Santo Ângelo (1806–1879) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q1797092
Manuel de Araújo Porto-alegre, Baron of Santo Ângelo
Alternative names Manuel de Araújo (Araujo) Porto Alegre; Barão de Santo Ângelo
Description

Brazilian painter

Date of birth/death 29 December 1879
Location of birth/death Rio Pardo, Rio Grande do Sul Lisboa, Portugal
Work location Porto Alegre, Rio de Janeiro, Paris, Rome, Lisboa
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English: Manoel (Manuel) José de Araújo Porto-alegre (Rio Pardo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; November 2, 1806 – Lisboa, Portugal; December 29, 1879), baron of Santo Ângelo, was a Brazilian poet and playwright, forerunner of Brazilian romanticism, as well as a painter, architect, urban planner, journalist, cartoonist, art critic and historian, faculty professor, and diplomat.
Português: Manoel (Manuel) José de Araújo Porto-alegre, primeiro e único barão de Santo Ângelo, (Rio Pardo, 2 de novembro de 1806 — Lisboa, 29 de dezembro de 1879) foi um escritor do romantismo, pintor, caricaturista, arquiteto, crítico e historiador de arte, professor e diplomata brasileiro.

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