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King Ferdinand’s veto: Goya’s 2nd and 3rd May 1808 as patriotic failures

Lee, S. (2016) King Ferdinand’s veto: Goya’s 2nd and 3rd May 1808 as patriotic failures. In: Padiyar , S., Shaw, P. and Simpson, P. (eds.) Visual Culture and the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 120-136. ISBN 9781472447111 (978147244711)

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Abstract/Summary

Goya's 2nd and 3rd May 1808 have been the subject of great debates concerning their possible patriotic content. This chapter is a re-evaluation of their status at the time of their completion in 1814 and suggests reasons why they were placed into store without any public exhibition. Goya's approach is compared to the unambiguously nationalistic productions of José Aparicio and José de Madrazo.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Humanities > History
ID Code:73179
Publisher:Routledge

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