Goya: A Lifetime of Graphic Invention

Goya: A Lifetime of Graphic Invention

A thorough presentation of Goya’s graphic works, including the rare, simultaneous display of complete 1st-edition sets of his four major print series.

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) produced almost three hundred etchings and lithographs that reveal his personal vision, tireless invention, and enthusiasm for technical experimentation.

Goya: A Lifetime of Graphic Invention presents Goya’s printed oeuvre as an integral —indeed defining— component of his life and career and invites a reconsideration of the artist’s paintings within the Meadows Museum’s collection.

Visitors will have the rare opportunity to view complete 1st-edition sets of his four major print series, Los Caprichos (1799), Los Desastres de la Guerra (1810-19), La Tauromaquia (1816), and Los Disparates (1816-23).

  • Visual arts
  • Dallas
  • Sun, Sep 21, 2014 —
    Sun, Mar 01, 2015

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Meadows Museum, 5900 Bishop Blvd., Dallas, TX 75205
214-768-2516

Admission

Open Tuesday-Saturday, from 10 am to 5 pm (Thursday until 9 pm); Sunday, from 1 pm to 5 pm. Admission to exhibitions.

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Credits

Organized by the Meadows Museum, and funded by a generous gift from The Meadows Foundation.
Image: The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, Plate No. 43 from Los Caprichos, 1797-98, Meadows Museum, SMU, Dallas; Algur H. Meadows Collection, MM.67.06.43; Photograph by Michael Bodycomb.

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