Wednesdays@2: Mozart to Matisse—Visions of Spain: Goya & 19th-Century Spanish Art
April 5, 2023
This program will feature a talk on the art of Francisco Goya, the great master of nineteenth-century Spanish art, and Joaquín Sorolla, an Impressionist from Valencia. Many nineteenth-century French artists, such as Edouard Manet, also depicted the people and culture of Spain, viewed as a colorful and intriguing land. The program will conclude with music of the nineteenth century.
Tickets are $5 for members and $20 for nonmembers.
Francisco Goya, The Carnivorous Vulture (from The Disasters of War) (detail), 1810–1820 (published 1863), etching & aquatint,
Museum Purchase, Howald Fund