Jacquelin Guillaud, Maurice Guillaud
Guillaud, Jacquelin; Guillaud, Maurice.
GOYA. THE PHANTASMAL VISION.
New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc. 1987. Hard Cover. First Edition. 352 pp. Color, b/w & sepia ills. Warm brown covers are blindstamped with Goya's "Phantom with Castanets" on front, title and author on spine. Pictorial glosssy dj is priced, unclipped. A gold band along front fore-edge is titled in black; pictured is a detail from "Judith and Holofernes" from the Black Paintings. Book is new, an examination of the work of the great artist in his latter years, with particular focus on Goya's haunting and fantastic "Black Paintings." These are reproduced on 120 pages of translucent textured paper. Other offerings from this collection from Spain's Prado Museum include the master's bullfight paintings, his Disasters from War, and the drawings from Bordeaux. Basic text is by Maurice Guillaud, with an essay on the black paintings by director of the Prado Sr. Perez Sanchez. Fine / Fine.
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