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Clothed Maja :: Francisco de Goya

Clothed Maja :: Francisco de Goya - 5 women portraits ( the beginning of 19 centuries )
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Francisco de Goya (1746-1828) (La Maja Vestida)

Oil on canvas, 1800-1803, ( 97 x 190 sm ) ( 38,2 x 74,7 inch ) Museo del Prado, Madrid

Submitted by: JenKiriakos

Published: 18.07.2010



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DragonFly - October 13, 2017

"Clothed Maja" and "Nude Maja" were and remain the artist's most famous works. There was an argue for a long time about who served as an artist model for these paintings. There is the information that Goya himself, answering the questions of the tribunal of the Inquisition, said that the model was the Duchess of Alba. But now some researchers argue that Goya was posed by different women, with Maha dressed written earlier and more realistic. The work is amazing with the [Expand]


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