7 Oct-10 Jan. The National Gallery presents 70 of the most important paintings, drawings and miniatures by Francisco de Goya (1746-1828), on loan from international collections.
The exhibition reveals the public and personal story behind the Spanish master portraitist whose clients included society's elite but whose private life was hindered by his deafness.
The works on display, many of which have never been seen in London, chart the artist’s development from his first commissions to more intimate later works painted during his voluntary exile in Bordeaux in the 1820s.
10.00-18.00 Fri 10.00-21.00
Photo The Guardian