St. Petersburg, FL: Salvador Dalí Museum, 2019. Hardcover. Black paper covered boards, large illustrations on covers, along with gilt lettering on front and spine, 84pp, profusely illustrated with color and bw illustrations. As New. Item #172697
Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) is one of the most important Spanish artists of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, celebrated for his revolutionary paintings, drawings and engravings. Goya's life and works deeply influenced Salvador Dali in his early years, and are considered by many scholars to be the basis for "modern" art, bridging Classicism and Romanticism. Before Dali: Goya - Visions & Inventions, sponsored by Tampa International Airport, features two alternating suites of first-edition prints, published in Goya's lifetime, alongside three significant paintings representing unique themes of Goya's works. The works are on loan from the Meadows Museum, Dallas, TX, home of one of the most substantial collections of Goya."--from The Dalí Museum websiteCatalog of an exhibition of the same name held at The Dalí Museum, June 15 to November 3, 2019.
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