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Bertino

Mixed technique on paper

Title: 'Bach'

Year: 1973

Dimension: 24X32 cm

Bertino Cordeiro do Nascimento (Porto, 1928 – Paris, 2014) was a Portuguese painter, living in France.

Throughout his life, he participated in numerous individual and group exhibitions, in particular with the lyricist group, which includes a significant part of his artistic work.[1] In addition to painting, he also practiced sculpture (wood and clay), assemblies (objects) and created installations.

Born in Porto in 1928, Bertino soon revealed his inclination towards the plastic arts, being a scholarship holder of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.

In May 1958, he exhibited at the Salão do Turismo, in Coimbra, in an organization of the Cultural Commission of Queima das Fitas, alongside António Pimentel, Mário Silva and other young plastic artists.[3] The following year, Bertino moves to Paris, where he will live until the end of his days.

With the objective of revealing rising talents, in June 1960, the National Information Secretariat organized the II Salão dos Novíssimos, in Lisbon. Alongside Bertino, they are also invited to exhibit Ângelo de Sousa, António Aragão, António de Assunção Sampaio, António Quadros, Arlindo Rocha, Artur Bual, Charters de Almeida, D'Assumpção, Irene Vilar, João Mário, João Oom, Louro Artur , Luís Cunha, Mário Eloy, Mário de Oliveira, Martha Telles, Martins da Costa, Nuno de Siqueira and Teresa Sousa.[4]

In 1968, he exhibited with Manuel Cargaleiro at the Casa de Portugal, in Paris[5], and, in 1969, at the Galeria Interforma, in Lisbon, in the exhibition entitled 'Relevos'.[6][7]

In an initiative of historian Joaquim Veríssimo Serrão, Bertino was one of the guests at the exhibition '10 ans d'art portugals à Paris, 1960-1970', exhibited at the Portuguese Cultural Center in the French capital, between April and June 1971. Cargaleiro, José Escada, Júlio Pomar, Lourdes Castro, Nadir Afonso and René Bértholo were other guests at this press conference.[8][9]

In November 1975, in Lisbon, the National Society of Fine Arts hosted the exhibition 'Survey of 20th century art in Porto', seeking to showcase the work of plastic artists linked to the city of Porto in the Portuguese capital. Bertino was present, alongside Alberto Carneiro, Álvaro Lapa, Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso, António Cruz, Armando Alves, Augusto Gomes, Aureliano Lima, Carlos Barreira, Carlos Carneiro, Dario Alves, Diogo Alcoforado, Dordio Gomes, Emerenciano, Fernando Lanhas , Francisco Barceló, Guilherme Camarinha, Helena Abreu, Jaime Isidoro, João Dixo, Manuel Casimiro, Maria Clár, Maria José Aguiar, Martins da Costa, Nadir Afonso, Salvador Barata Feyo, Zulmiro de Carvalho, among others.[10]

In 1978, Bertino exhibited individually at the Portuguese Cultural Center of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, in Paris, under the title 'La musique classique: peintures, sculptures'[11] 'Vitral painting: exhibition of Portuguese artists living in France' was the name of exhibition organized by the Municipality of Olhão, in 1987, which highlighted the work of Bertino.[12] Three years later, the Império Insurance Company, in Paris, welcomes 'Bertino: peintre et sculpteur de la musique classique'.[13][14] In 1992, the Convento dos Cardais, in Lisbon, hosted the 'Tactile Exhibition' bringing together works by Bertino and Ana Jotta, António Duarte, Jaime Azinheira, Jorge Barradas, José Aurélio and others.[15] In 2009, at Casa de Portugal, at the Cité Internationale Universitaire in Paris, he held the most complete exhibition by Bertino, centered on world literature, under the title 'From Sócrates to Tolstoy'.[2] Several of his works are now part of the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum collections.[16]

Bertino died in Paris in 2014 and his body was cremated in the Père-Lachaise cemetery.