A private foundation exposes five oil paintings of the Spanish artist Francisco Goya (1746-1828).
Is not easy to gaze at Goya’s works in Catalonia, but fortunately, from 10th November until 13th February 2011, it will be possible to see five Goya’s oil paintings at the De Luca Giordano a Goya exhibition, at the Godia Foundation in Barcelona.
This exhibition is based on the XVIII century, from Baroque to Romanticism. A part from the five Goyas there are also 18 pieces from the artists Giordano, Tiepolo, Mengs, Meléndez, Bayeu and Giaquinto. The last time there was an exposition in Spain about XVIII century was in 1980 in El Prado Museum, that’s why De luca Giordano a Goya exhibition has a special interest.
Goya’s paintings exposed are La obra o la conducción de un sillar, Sacrificio a Vesta, Sacrificio a Pan, La Beata and Retrato de Asensio Julia.
Luxury Trips Spain allows you to discover Francisco Goya’s work through a private guided visit to the exposition ending with a cocktail. The visit also includes an explanation and description about the Modernist building where the Foundation is located.
The Luxury Team