Maja Desnuda

Maja Desnuda

Goya’s celebrated picture of woman in the nude. [Span. Art: Spain, 246–247]
See: Nudity
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The Third of May 1808 and La maja desnuda are works by which Spanish romanticist painter?
PRONTO SE CUMPLIRAN 43 anos de aquel dia de febrero de 1975 en el que un agente de la policia local de Caceres, de apellido Piris, observo que en el escaparate de una libreria de esa ciudad espanola, junto con otras cuantas laminas de las obras de Francisco de Goya, se exponia una del cuadro conocido como La maja desnuda; no lo dudo: convencido de que se trataba de un atentado contra la moral y las buenas costumbres, entro en el establecimiento para ordenar a su propietaria que retirara semejante ofensa de la vista del publico, ante todo para evitar que excitara la libido de los alumnos adolescentes de una escuela cercana.
Most people, however, associate with two paintings by Goya that now hang in the Prado: the Maja Desnuda and the Maja Vestida that supposedly depict the 13th Duchess of Alba clothed and nudebut that is another story altogether.
A year later, the National Gallery in London hosted a special exhibition of Goya's Maja desnuda and Maja vestida.
Seleccionamos Alcohol 120% (trial.alcohol-soft.com/es/) y el DVD a copiar fue la pelicula "La maja desnuda", de Bigas Luna que tiene una duracion de 90 minutos.
Significant also is his inclusion of actual framed reproductions of the paintings to which Manet's Olympia alludes: Titian's Venus of Urbino (1538), Goya's Maja Desnuda (1800), and Cabanel's The Birth of Venus (1863).
Examples include Conde de Osborne brandy's use of the enigmatic Mona Lisa and Spain's Travel Bureau's re-casting of Goya's "Maja Desnuda" as a centerfold-like "Playmate 1798" to lure tourists to its museums.
Jamas saldria del cuadro de Goya ni dejaria de ser La Maja Desnuda para subir conmigo al piso de la calle de Alcala.
Based on Antonio Larreta's novel about the mysterious death of aristocratic floozy the Duchess of Alba and about the creation of Goya's celebrated paintings "La maja desnuda" and "La maja vestida," this 88 million production boasts elegant visual trappings and two strong leading women.
More popular novels--La maja desnuda (1906; Woman Triumphant), Sangre y arena (1908; Blood and Sand), Los cuatro jinetes del Apocalipsis (1916; The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse), and others--brought him fame but cost him critical approval because of their sensational nature.
At the turn of the 18th century, Francisco Goya painted "La maja desnuda," depicting a naked woman reclining on a bed, facing and boldly staring at the viewer.