Goya in the Norton Simon Museum

Goya in the Norton Simon Museum

Author: Juliet Wilson-Bareau

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300196269

Page: 309

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Goya en Italia: A propósito del Aníbal.” Boletín del Museo del Prado 14, no. 32 (1993), pp. 59–66. Vázquez 2001 Vázquez, Oscar E. Inventing the Art Collection: Patrons, Markets, and the State in NineteenthCentury Spain.

"This book is the first to examine the extraordinary Goya collection--which includes more than 1,400 prints, a drawing, and three paintings--in the Norton Simon Museum. The collection includes prints from various series and editions treating a range of subjects, such as religious iconography, landscapes, portraits, and social satire. Lushly illustrated and authored by a distinguished Goya scholar, this catalogue is an essential guide to a treasure trove of the artist's works"--



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