Tag Archives: Goya

Spanish Masters from the Hermitage (Amsterdam)


Spanish Masters from the Hermitage:
The World of El Greco, Ribera, Zurbarán, Velázquez, Murillo & Goya

The Hermitage, Amsterdam, 28 November 2015 – 29 May 2016

More than sixty paintings and a rich collection of graphic works and applied arts masterpieces are on show.


Exhibition: Rosario Weiss, Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid


Drawings by Rosario Weiss from the Lazaro Collection, Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid 
14 May – 29 June 2015
Exhibiting some 36 drawings (from a collection of 58) by the goddaughter and follower of Goya, who learned her drawing and lithographic print-making skills alongside Goya in the 1820s in Madrid and Bordeaux. Her miniature portraits and copies after Goya’s paintings are also on display. Several of the drawings by the short-lived artist were acquired by José Lázaro Galdiano from the nieces and heirs of Rosario.

De Goya à Delacroix: Musée Rolin, Autun

2014-06-Goya-Delacroix-AutunDe Goya à Delacroix: les relations artistiques de la famille Guillemardet, Musée Rolin, Autun, 21 June – 21 September 2014. Exhibition organized in collaboration with the Louvre about the Burgundian doctor and mayor of Autun (1791) Ferdinand Guillemardet, who became French ambassador to Spain and formed close family relations with Goya, who painted his portrait. A passionate art collector Guillemardet  was one of the first to acquire a series of Goya’s Los Caprichos prints. His son subsequently became friends with Delacroix

Goya, Nashville

2014-05-Goya-DisastersOfWarGoya: the Disasters of War, Frist Center for Visual Arts, Nashville, Tennessee, 28 February – 8 June 2014. Exhibition of the full series of 81 prints from the first published edition. Curated by Janis Tomlinson, Director of University Museums at the University of Delaware, it puts forward new research and reorders the series reviving Goya’s intentions for it seemingly interspersing war’s impact on the city and the countryside.

Goya, New York

2014-05-Goya-AltamiraGoya and the Altamira Family, Metropolitan Museum, New York, 22 April – 3 August 2014. A picture-in-focus display of Goya’s four portraits of the Altamira family, including the Metropolitan’s portrait of Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuñiga (1787-88) known as the ‘Boy in Red’, and a fifth family portrait by Agustin Esteve. This will be the first time that all five portraits have been brought together from American and Spanish private and public collections. The exhibition will be accompanied by a publication in the form of a Bulletin.