Inspired by Francisco de Goya

It is considered as the father of modern art, and it is possible to pass hours describing its works and talent as a demonstrator of good fortune. Pero ElGir will be the most successful in the value and mode of action of the great artists, of which we will continue to learn. Goya does not have any academic training, he treats with the Corte and his journey to Italy pulieron his forms. Tenía temperament and genius and afrontó all the retos that at the moment historic the kiss. His paintings do not only capture the physical races, plasman also the character and anime of whom he has retired. Incredible, ¿No? Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing. And so I quedo, even though the car-free window, never abandons its projects.

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La Maja

€36.00

Piece inspired by the work "La Maja" by Francisco de Goya.

Originally, this painting and its "sister", La maja nua, were called "gypsies" and not "majas". They were supposed to be placed one on top of the other, the one dressed on the nude, to surprise the courtly audience. Goya painted it with loose, pasty and very free brushstrokes, unlike La maja nua, in which the painter is more picky about treating flesh and shadows. The figure of the maja is bathed in a light that highlights the different textures.

Mobile 54 x 58 cm, made of aluminum, iron and methacrylate. .

 

The Parasol

€59.00

Piece inspired by the work "The Parasol" by Francisco de Goya.

As usual, Goya chooses another costume scene in the village environment. Two figures appear, a young woman dressed in French fashion, and a servant of an "entourage" - accompanied by married women of high social class - dressed as a "majo", without the description of the same author elucidating whether the scene is flirting or just the lady with the servant.

29x29 cm mobile, made of aluminum and iron.

You can hang it or put it on the base as a standing mobile.

 

La Maja

€59.00

Piece inspired by the work "La Maja" by Francisco de Goya.

Originally, this painting and its "sister", La maja nua, were called "gypsies" and not "majas". They were supposed to be placed one on top of the other, the one dressed on the nude, to surprise the courtly audience. Goya painted it with loose, pasty and very free brushstrokes, unlike La maja nua, in which the painter is more picky about treating flesh and shadows. The figure of the maja is bathed in a light that highlights the different textures.

29x29 cm mobile, made of aluminum and iron.

You can hang it or put it on the base as a standing mobile.

 

The Parasol

€36.00

Piece inspired by the work "The Parasol" by Francisco de Goya.

As usual, Goya chooses another costume scene in the village environment. Two figures appear, a young woman dressed in French fashion, and a servant of an "entourage" - accompanied by married women of high social class - dressed as a "majo", without the description of the same author elucidating whether the scene is flirting or just the lady with the servant.

Mobile 54 x 58 cm, made of aluminum, iron and methacrylate.

 

Goya pyramid

€29.00

Piece inspired by the work "The Parasol" & "La Maja" by Francisco de Goya.

Mobile 24 x 35 cm, made of aluminum, iron and methacrylate.