Francisco de Goya

Juana Mazarredo y Moyúa

Clasificación
Juana Mazarredo y Moyúa
Datos Generales
Cronología
Ca. 1784 - 1785
Ubicación
Private collection
Dimensiones
83,2 x 58,4 cm
Técnica y soporte
Oil on canvas
Reconocimiento de la autoría de Goya
Attributed work
Ficha: realización/revisión
09 Mar 2010 / 23 Nov 2011
Historia

This work was acquired in 1909 by Electra Havemeyer (New York), with the mediation of Ricardo de Madrazo, from Antonio Mazarredo Allendesalazar.

Análisis artístico

This is a portrait of Juana Mazarredo y Moyúa, daughter of Admiral José de Mazarredo y Gortázar and Antonia de Moyúa, as a child.

It is a half-profile portrait, with the subject shown standing straight before the viewer, against a neutral background. She is wearing an elegant dress featuring a layered neckline, half-length sleeves decorated with bows and a belt, which she is holding on to with her left hand.

Today's critics are divided between attributing the work to Goya or to Agustín Esteve, just as with the portrait of Antonio de Moyúa.

Exposiciones
  • Exposición Hispano-Francesa
    Zaragoza
    1908
  • Loan exhibition of Painting by El Greco and Goya
    M. Knoedler and Co.
    New York
    1912
    April 1912
  • Loan Exhibition of Paintings by Goya
    M. Knoedler & Co.
    New York
    1934
    from April 9st to April 21st 1934
Bibliografía
  • Las bellezas Bilbaínas en el siglo XIX
    Fernando De La Quadra Salcedo
    pp 12 y ss
    1917
  • La memoria de Goya (1828 – 1978)
    Juan Carlos (comisario) Lozano López
    pp. 78 y 79 (il.)
    2008
    Gobierno de Aragón, Dpto. de Educación, Cultura y Deporte
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