Goya: The Origins of the Modern Temper in Art

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List of Illustrations
Coypel, Don Quixote Misled by Sancho27
Goya, The Parasol28
Fragonard, Love Letters29
Goya, Blind Man's Buff33
Goya, The Straw Manikin35
Rossi, Sancho Panza Tossed in a Blanket35
Goya, The Wedding36
Goya, The Injured Mason37
Goya, The Drunken Mason37
Robert, The Accident39
Tiepolo, Falling Mason Rescued by an Angel40
Goya, The Snowstorm41
Brueghel, Hunters in the Snow43
Boucher, Winter43
Goya, The Flower Vendors45
Goya, Christ on the Cross47
Goya, St. Francis Borja Taking Leave of His Family53
Ricci, San Gaetano Comforting a Moribund Sinner53
Goya, St. Francis Borja at the Deathbed of an Impenitent54
Goya, Frescoed ceiling 56
Goya, Frescoed ceiling. Detail 56
Goya, Frescoed ceiling. Detail 57
Goya, Frescoed ceiling. Detail 57
Goya, Frescoed ceiling. Detail 57
Goya, Frescoed ceiling. Detail 57
Goya, Frescoed ceiling. Detail 57
Tiepolo, Frescoed ceiling 59
Goya, The Family of Charles IV70
Velázquez, Las Meninas71
Goya, Woman Reflected as a Serpent on a Scythe72
Goya, Conde de Floridablanca73
Van Loo, Family of Philip V76
Rigaud, Louis XIV81
Goya, The Clothed Maja85
Goya, The Naked Maja85
Boucher, Mlle. O'Murphy86
Carreño, Clothed Monster89
Carreño, Naked Monster89
Trübner, Nude with Bouquet91
Goya, All will fall (Capricho No. 19). 95
Anonymous, Clipping Cupid's Wings95
Goya, Wait till you've been anointed (Capricho No. 67) 96

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  • Goya - The Origins of the Modern Temper in Art *
  • Contents *
  • List of Illustrations 6
  • Preface 9
  • Goya's Life in Brief 10
  • 1 - The Background 14
  • 2 - Tapestry Cartoons 22
  • 3 - Religious Paintings 46
  • 4 - The Family of Charles IV 67
  • 5 - The Maias 83
  • 6 - The Caprichos 92
  • 7 - The Second and Third of Way 104
  • 8 - The Disasters of War 128
  • 9 - The Black Paintings 159
  • 10 - Occasional Paintings 196
  • 11 - Portraits 218
  • 12 - Proletarian Paintings 257
  • Epilogue 274
  • Index 282
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