Árvore ("Tree") was a Portuguese literary magazine, published in Lisbon between 1951 and 1953, in a total of four issues.[1][2]

DisciplineLiterary magazine
Edited byAntónio Luís Moita
António Ramos Rosa
José Terra
Luís Amaro
Raul de Carvalho
Publication details
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Árvore

An independent publication with a specialization in poetry, Árvore was mainly focused on discussion and criticism, as well as on the dissemination of the poetry of young poets, critical reviews of poetic works, and essays "in defense of Poetry".[2]



This magazine was directed and edited by António Luís Moita, António Ramos Rosa, José Terra, Luís Amaro and Raul de Carvalho.

Artistic collaborators included Cipriano Dourado, Lima de Freitas and Fernando Lanhas.

The magazine counted among its collaborators such writers as:



  1. ^ Bosch, María Ángeles, ed. (1991). Gran enciclopedia Larousse (in Spanish). Vol. 2. Barcelona: Planeta.
  2. ^ a b c Roldão, Helena (7 April 2014). "Ficha histórica: Árvore: folhas de poesia (1951-1953)" (PDF). Municipal Library of Lisbon. Retrieved 29 September 2017.