Exhibitions on Screen
Goya—Visions of Flesh and Blood (2015, 95 minutes)
Sunday, December 16, 2018 -
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM

An exceptional portraitist, social commentator, and observer of modern life, Francisco de Goya witnessed revolution in Spain, war with France, and the cultural upheaval of the Enlightenment. Through the artist’s letters, insightful interviews with curators, and an extraordinary assembly of paintings at the National Gallery of Art in London, this film presents a fascinating portrait of Goya’s life and work. Offered in conjunction with the special exhibition Goya in Black and White.

Kahn Auditorium

still from "Goya—Visions of Flesh and Blood," part of the Exhibitions On Screen film series