Francisco de Goya worked in a politically turbulent period of Spanish history, notoriously articulating his fears and observations through his masterful treatment of light and shadow in his prints.

This display of examples from the Barber’s collection places five of Goya’s enigmatic works among those by other Spanish artists, such as Picasso and Miró, who also delved into ideas of light and shadow through subject matter and printmaking.

Curated by Josie Sommer, Collections Intern.

23 June to 22 October

Print Bay, Green Gallery

Gallery Talk

Josie Sommer, Collections Intern and Display Curator

Tuesday 4 July, 11.30am & 1.15pm

Free, no booking required

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