Increase your attendance with this unique opportunity to view a collection spanning two centuries of works by the unparalleled masters of Spanish printmaking: Picasso, Miro, Dali, and Goya.
The contribution of Spanish artists to the development of Modernism is immeasurable. A turbulent period for art, the 19th and early 20th centuries saw Spanish artists explore new techniques such as aquatint and lithography, and more abstract styles, resulting in the groundbreaking Cubist and Surrealist movements. The Spanish Masters: Picasso, Miro, Dali, Goya is a collection of works produced by four artists who have traced this magnificent trajectory through printmaking. From Goya’s dark and satirical scenes of politics and proverbs, to Picasso, a twentieth century genius par excellence, and the whimsical brilliance of Miró and Dalí, the exhibition tells one of the most extraordinary chapters in the history of Western printmaking.
Organized with NSPRD