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From the Archive: Lines from Worship to Despair

This piece, published in The Melbourne Review in 2013, reviewed the Art Gallery of New South Wales exhibition Renaissance to Goya: Prints and Drawings from Spain.   Lines from Worship to Despair Coming on the heels of 2012’s masterpieces from Madrid’s … Continue reading

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Francisco de Zurburán

Yesterday marked the 350th anniversary of the death of Francisco Zurbarán, a monumental Spanish artist of the XVII century whose work, nevertheless, has often suffered by falling in the shadow cast by his more flamboyant contemporary, Diego Velázquez. Zurbarán, St. Hugo … Continue reading

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