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Bildausschnitt: 20 x 30 cm. Seller Inventory CG. More information about this seller Contact this seller Published by Madrid. About this Item: Madrid. As published in Gazette des Beaux-Arts, vol. XXII, Paris, Reference: Delteil 31, Harris Impression on laid paper before the removal of the lettering. Probably a later impression. Published by Sheet x mm. III From: R. About this Item: III, No Binding. No Jacket. Goya illustrator. Etching and burnished aquatint, plate 78 from Caprichos series, on wove paper, in black ink, good margins, a little spotting, Of this print of goblins working in the kitchen, Goya commented 'The goblins are the most industrious and obliging people there are.
As the maid keeps them happy, they scour the pot, cook the vegetables, wash up, sweep and hush the child. From: Libreria Antiquarius Roma, Italy. Acquaforte, acquatinta brunita, puntasecca e bulino, Dalla serie "Los Caprichos". Quarta edizione di dodici. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta coeva, con margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione.
Etching with burnished aquatint and engraving, From the fourth edition of twelve of the so-called Los Caprichos series, edited by the Madrid engraving shop, circa , plate Beautiful proof, with good contrast, printed on contemporary paper, customary margins, in very good conditions. Harris ; Delteil mm. Acquaforte, acquatinta, puntasecca e bulino Dalla quarta edizione di dodici della serie detta Los Caprichos, edita dalla calcografia di Madrid, circa , tavola Bellissima prova, nitida, impressa su carta coeva, con usuali margini in ottimo stato di conservazione.
Etching with aquatint, drypoint and engraving, Harris 68, Delteil Incisione tratta dai "Los Caprichos", per la prima volta pubblicati nel Prova della quarta edizione di dodici, stampata dalla calcografia di Madrid. Incisione realizzate ad acquaforte, acquatinta brunita e puntasecca, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Dimensioni x circa.
From the fourth edition of twelve of the so-called Los Caprichos series, edited by the Madrid engraving shop. In very good conditions. Harris 53, Delteil From the fourth edition of twelve of the so-called Los Caprichos series, edited by the Madrid engraving shop, circa. Dimensions x circa. Harris , Delteil Opere tratte dai Los Caprichos, per la prima volta pubblicati nel Prove della quarta edizione di dodici, stampata dalla calcografia di Madrid, circa Incisioni realizzate ad acquaforte, acquatinta brunita e puntasecca, in perfetto stato di conservazione.
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II, pp. From the fourth edition of twelve of the so-called Los Caprichos series, edited by the Madrid Calcografia. A very good impression, with good contrast, printed on contemporary paper, customary margins, in very good conditions. Harris, Goya engravings and litographs, vol. Harris Acquaforte ed acquatinta, Harris 89; Delteil 91 mm.
Dimension x circa. Harris 56, Delteil Harris 82, Delteil Incisione realizzata ad acquaforte, acquatinta brunita e puntasecca, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Etching with burnished aquatint and engraving. From the fourth edition of twelve of the so-called Los Caprichos series, edited by the Calcografia of Madrid, circa Seller Inventory S Harris 94, Delteil Harris 63, Delteil Ligero foxing. Siglo: XIX.
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View 2 comments. This book is so much to me, I love it, I loved reading it, I love thinking about it still and I have to read it again really soon! On the other hand I want to spare it, because I know how good it is and wait till I read it again I only came by Goya the artist , because the lead singer of my favorite band when I was a teenager and a bit still mentioned how much he adored Goya's paintings This book is so much to me, I love it, I loved reading it, I love thinking about it still and I have to read it again really soon!
I only came by Goya the artist , because the lead singer of my favorite band when I was a teenager and a bit still mentioned how much he adored Goya's paintings. Then by chance on my way to Spain at the airport bookstore I saw this painting by Goya on a book cover, read the jacket text and was intrigued.
And this book captured me from the first page. There were so many things, first the incredibly beautiful language of Feuchtwanger, which I hadn't known before. Then his way of telling a story, with so much authority and humbleness at the same time. Then Goya of course, the man, the story, the life.
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I lived inside this book for some days, I read sentences and passages over and over again, and still had the impression that there was so much more inside it, which I couldn't reach just then. It's a complex portrait, frank and stern and exigent, but bristling with life, power, genius and will. And I really can't say much more about it.
When I finished it I was aghast to find out that Feuchtwanger never wrote the second part that was initially intended. Altogether however, while this is one of my all time favorite books and I also believe it is one of the most important and best books ever written in general - I do not know that everybody would love this book the way I do. Maybe like Feuchtwanger in general is considered an important writer, but not necessarily deemed too read-able.
I however have to keep myself from screaming with pleasure whenever I read some of his work. So I would want to recommend this book to everybody everywhere, but I have a feeling that it is not a book for everybody. View 1 comment. Nov 19, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing. I finished this book feeling filled up but wanting more. I kept it with me from the day and time I started it until I finished.
I feel the author alive with me now. I feel Goya alive with me now. I felt Goya's paintings come to life. They are still alive and with me. I lived and breathed the Spanish Inquisition and the French Revolution - The truth about the suppression of art, ideas, thoughts and beliefs of all kinds. I will be reading Lion I finished this book feeling filled up but wanting more. I will be reading Lion Feuchtwanger again. May 21, Tim Weed rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.
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This is an utterly enjoyable book, certainly one the best historical novels ever written about Spain or about the lives of famous painters. Feuchtwanger transports the reader to late 18th century Madrid and into the inner workings of the Spanish court. He does an excellent job with the very ambitious task of recreating the deeply conflicted inner world of a great artist, and he captures the spirit and character of Goya in a way that is both plausible and compelling.
The character portraits of Carlos IV, Maria Luisa, and Manuel Godoy are utterly believable, the 18th century Spanish struggle between the forces of enlightenment and conservatism as represented by a reinvigorated Inquisition is convincingly laid out, and the love story between the artist and the Duchess of Alba is particularly compelling. There is much a novelist could learn from this book in terms of how to fashion a love story that is almost unbearably sweet while at the same time dramatic and filled with raging conflict.
There are a few glaring inaccuracies or at least questionable suppositions in the book, such as who really was the model for the naked and clothed Majas, but in the scheme of things these are minor flaws.
I learned a great deal from reading this fiction that would have been impossible to know from a straight read of the historical record. This is a feat that only the best of historical novels can achieve, and I would definitely put this novel near the top of that category. Highly recommended. Nov 25, Thomas rated it it was amazing. I absolutely love Feuchtwanger, he is one of my all-time favourite authors.
This book is really quite brilliant but then again, I am yet to find a Feuchtwanger book I don't like. In this one, he narrates the life of the Spanish painter Goya, and he really brings Goya whose paintings and drawings just fascinate me! I wish he had written the second part because it does end a bit abrupt, I thought. I'm still to read a non-fiction biography of Goya so I'm not sure how "accurate" Feuchtwan I absolutely love Feuchtwanger, he is one of my all-time favourite authors.
I'm still to read a non-fiction biography of Goya so I'm not sure how "accurate" Feuchtwanger's portrayal of Goya is but I found it really engaging and illuminating. I suspect though that Feuchtwanger would have done a bit of research, so perhaps his novel isn't too far off Aug 09, Alex rated it it was amazing. Epic Classics - Lion Feuchtwanger was able to create such ingenious work that will be read for hundred years! Everyone should read it! Jul 16, Ksenia Bazan rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical-fiction.
The first entrance to the world of Goya is as magnificent as a historically ficticious a book can be. The huge amount of work and research held by Lion Feuchtwanger is exquisite. As a huge fan of Goya's art works I read several sources about his life but none can be compared with this masterpiece. Nothing seems forced, everything comes natural, all the explanations given are pretty logical. Of course the author about one man's biography with so many mysteries inside shoud gamble and choose his v The first entrance to the world of Goya is as magnificent as a historically ficticious a book can be.
Of course the author about one man's biography with so many mysteries inside shoud gamble and choose his variant of truth in regards to the unsolved mysteries like, who was depicted in Maja Vestida and Maja Desnuda? There are still debates surrounding the woman on the portraits, if it was Pepa Tudo or The Dutchess of Alba. The majority tends to believe that it was Manuel Godoy's lover Pepa as this masterpiece was in his private collection and it is not the body of a 35 sth woman. Mr Feuchtwanger believes it was Alba but not accurately potrayed, kind of his own perception of love of Goya's life.
Also the unknown details of Alba's death whether it was poisoning or as in the context of the novel, a consequence of an abortion. Both seem to be untrue as it was later confirmed that the Dutchess was suffering from a TB disease. Anyway if you do want to go deeper into Goya's personality or as in my case to find true heart of the artist you should definitely check it out! Aug 22, Craig rated it it was amazing. As someone who has always found the artist Francisco Goya, and the turbulent times this Spanish maestro lived through, completely fascinating; this was always going to be a pleasurable reading experience.
The author's prose and consummate skill as a writer made the period of Goya's life he focused on, namely the period which encompassed his alleged passionate affair with the Duchess of Alba, a vibrant life-affirming, page-turning read. He chose to speculate on some uncertain events in the arti As someone who has always found the artist Francisco Goya, and the turbulent times this Spanish maestro lived through, completely fascinating; this was always going to be a pleasurable reading experience.
He chose to speculate on some uncertain events in the artist's life in a different way to another author, Stephen Marlowe, had done in his novel 'Colossus' and I found his alternative take intriguing and equally plausible. I have rated both books with five stars, as they are splendid indeed. Do I have a favourite? It will always be Colossus, for it's narrative drive and more complete look at the artist's life and times - I also think it is more likely to inspire any reader's interest in the fabulous art created by Goya, so that they seek out the images to view them for themselves.
Having said that, I'm also glad to have read my first book by Lion Feuchtwanger - it will definitely not be my last! Feb 27, Gentian Liko rated it it was amazing. It is a well written book where the writer has succeeded to express the development of the main character in a linear time.
It presents quite well the stages Goya completes to become the painter of the realism by showing the degradation of monarchy, church and aristocracy.