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Goya

Author: Fred Licht; Francisco Goya
Publisher: New York : Abbeville Press, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"This study of Goya, newly revised and updated, portrays Francisco Goya, the preeminent Spanish master of the age of revolution, as a pioneer of modern art and culture. Illustrated by outstanding color reproductions of Goya's most important paintings and prints, the text focuses on the genres in which Goya successively worked, while pointing to the many ways his work helped to shape the modern spirit." "It is one of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Licht, Fred, 1928-
Goya.
New York : Abbeville Press, 2001
(OCoLC)741886099
Named Person: Francisco Goya; Francisco Goya; Francisco de Goya; Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Licht; Francisco Goya
ISBN: 0789207273 9780789207272
OCLC Number: 45667859
Notes: Revised edition of: Goya, the origins of the modern temper in art. 1979.
Description: 360 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 34 cm
Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --
Goya: the origins of the modern temper in art --
The background --
Tapestry cartoons --
Religious paintings --
Group portraits --
The majas --
The Caprichos --
The second and third of May --
The disasters of war --
The black paintings --
Occasional paintings --
Portraits --
Tauromaquia, The bulls of Bordeaux, and the proletarian paintings.
Responsibility: Fred Licht.

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"This study of Goya, newly revised and updated, portrays Francisco Goya, the preeminent Spanish master of the age of revolution, as a pioneer of modern art and culture. Illustrated by outstanding color reproductions of Goya's most important paintings and prints, the text focuses on the genres in which Goya successively worked, while pointing to the many ways his work helped to shape the modern spirit." "It is one of the most intriguing facets of great artists that each century often even each generation - sees different aspects, different ideals, and different values in the work of great masters without in any way changing the essential identity of the artist himself. Where most serious literature on Goya follows the methods and standards of art history - archival documentation, iconographic puzzles, technical matters, and so on - the present book adopts a different approach, based more on the interpretation of Goya's work in the light of contemporary experience and needs."--BOOK JACKET.

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