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Arts Everyday Living: Goya---A Love Affair with Women

Arts Everyday Living: Goya—A Love Affair with Women

  “Women pervade Goya’s work.  He was fascinated, obsessed with them and recorded all their aspects, actual and mythic, typified and individual…”* Robert Hughes     *Quote about Goya (1746-1828) by Robert Hughes found in his May 27, 2002 Time article, “Art: Goya’s Women.” The above image is used solely for educational purposes. To explore […]

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The Genius of El Greco: A Vision of Spain

Note: click on each image to enlarge the individual work of art. Some 400 years ago, Domenikos Theotokopoulos, universally known as El Greco, created a vision, A View of Toledo, that continues to both enthrall and mystify us in late 2011.   It is a work of art unique in its own time, unmatched in emotional […]

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