Manuel Quijano

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Location: 
Room 35
Artists / Makers / Authorities: 
Francisco de Goya
Fuendetodos, 1746 – Bordeaux, 1828
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Description:

The composer and theatre director Manuel Quijano was active in Madrid in the first quarter of the 19th century. In the portrait, brought to life by the vivacious intelligence of the eyes, he is dressed in the fashion of the day, with a high-collared shirt, cravat and fitted coat. This is an important picture, among other reasons, because it is signed and dated, and because it was painted shortly after the end of the Peninsular War. Goya’s style here is direct and spontaneous, no doubt because he was painting a portrait of a friend.

 

Painting

1815

86.8 x 56.5 cm

Francesc Cambó Bequest, 1949; acquired, 1951

Inventory number: 

064997-000

Subject: Portrait
Oil on canvas
Century: 19th
Francisco de Goya - Manuel Quijano - 1815
Manuel Quijano
Francisco de Goya - Manuel Quijano - 1815 [1]
Manuel Quijano [1]