This is Goya (PB)
Living in a time of incredible cultural and social dynamism, Goya is considered the father of Modern Art, as the first artist to create works of art for their own sake.
Against the epic canvas of the backlash of Napoleon's invasions, the artist painted observations of humanity in his studies of human suffering, despair, perseverance and redemption.
This fully illustrated work explains how Goya's art rose above the chaos of his times, signalling the real revolution of personal expression and independent spirit that would be the generative force behind the modernist movement.
|Authors||Wendy Bird, Sarah Maycock|
|Dimensions||17.5 x 1.6 x 22.9 cm|
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