Francisco de Goya

Datos Generales
Cronología
1775
Ubicación
Royal Palace, Madrid, Spain
Dimensiones
249 x 173 cm
Técnica y soporte
Oil on canvas
Reconocimiento de la autoría de Goya
Documented work
Titular
National Heritage
Ficha: realización/revisión
05 Nov 2009 / 16 Jan 2019
Inventario
1 10010069
Historia

This work forms part of the series of nine tapestry cartoons made by Goya, under the supervision of Francisco Bayeu, for the dining hall of the Prince and Princess of Asturias in the palace of San Lorenzo de El Escorial. The painters completed two deliveries for the factory. The first was made on 24 May 1775 and consisted of five cartoons - this main scene plus the overdoors Dogs on the Leash and Hunting with a Decoy and the corner-pieces Hunter Loading his Shotgun and Hunter with Dogs. The second delivery was made on 30 October the same year and contained the following cartoons: The main scene Hunting Party, the corner-pieces Fisherman with his Rod and Boys Hunting with Owl and the overdoor Hunting Still Life.

All of the cartoons that make up this first series by Goya have been the object of various attributions recorded in diverse inventories. In 1780, Cornelio Vandergoten carried out an inventory of the paintings in the Royal Tapestry Factory of Santa Bárbara in which this series was attributed to Francisco Bayeu. Later, in an inventory completed in 1782, Vandergoten attributed them to Ramón Bayeu. The authorship of Goya appeared indistinctly alongside that of Bayeu in the inventory carried out by Livinio Stuyck in 1786. The paintings were finally documented and recorded as the work of Francisco de Goya by Valentín de Sambricio in 1946.

Around the same time (1946?) this painting of Wild Boar Hunt was moved to the Royal Palace.

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Análisis artístico

A hunting scene comprising four hunters and four dogs attacking a wild boar, with the landscape of the Sierra de Malagón, in the Dehesa de las Radas, six kilometres from El Escorial Palace, in the background.

The style is similar to that of the cartoons by the Bayeu family, but one can observe a sfumato technique here, which would become characteristic of Goya's later work.

Exposiciones
  • Francisco de Goya. IV Centenario de la capitalidad
    organized by Ayuntamiento de Madrid and Dirección General de Bellas Artes at the Casón del Buen Retiro
    Madrid
    1961
    consultant editor Valentín de Sambricio
  • Goya (1746 – 1828)
    Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna di Ca’Pesaro
    Venecia
    1989
    consultant editor Antonio Fortún Paesa. From May 7th to July 4th 1989
  • Tapices y cartones de Goya
    Palacio Real
    Madrid
    1996
    organized by Patrimonio Nacional and Sociedad Estatal Goya 96 at the Palacio Real, Madrid, consultant editor Concha Herrero Carretero. May to June 1996
  • Goya: Prophet der Moderne
    Alte Nationalgalerie
    Berlin
    2005
    from July 13th to October 3th 2005. Exhibitied also at the Kunsthistorischemuseum, Vienna, October 18th 2005 to January 8th 2006, consultant editor Manuela B. Mena Marqués
  • Goya y el infante don Luis: el exilio y el reino.
    Palacio Real, Madrid
    Madrid
    2012
    Arte y ciencia en la época de la ilustración española. Responsable científico Francisco Calvo Serraller. Del octubre de 2012 a enero de 2013.
Bibliografía
  • Tapices de Goya
    Valentín de Sambricio
    pp. 49, 57, 58, 187, cat. 1 y láms. 2, 3
    1946
    Patrimonio Nacional
  • Vie et ouvre de Francisco de Goya
    Juliet Wilson and Pierre Gassier
    pp. 74, 84, cat. 57
    1970
    Office du livre
  • Goya, 1746 – 1828. Biografía, estudio analítico y catálogo de sus pinturas, 4 vols.
    José Gudiol
    vol. I, p. 243, cat. 52
    1970
    Polígrafa
  • L’opera pittorica completa di Goya
    Rita de Angelis
    pp. 91, 92, cat. 47
    1974
    Rizzoli
  • Francisco de Goya, 4 vols.
    José Camón Aznar
    vol. I, pp. 76, 77
    1980-1982
    Caja de Ahorros de Zaragoza, Aragón y Rioja
  • Imagen de Goya
    Valeriano Bozal
    p. 54
    1983
    Lumen
  • Francisco de Goya, cartones y tapices
    José Manuel Arnáiz
    pp. 46-49, 63, 232, cat. 1C y pp. 47 y 4
    1987
    Espasa Calpe
    Col. Espasa Arte
  • Francisco de Goya. Los cartones para tapices y los comienzos de su carrera en la corte de Madrid
    Janis A. Tomlinson
    pp. 43-49 y p. 45 (il.)
    1987
    Cátedra
    Col. Ensayos de Arte Cátedra
  • Tapices y cartones de Goya
    Concha (comisaria) Herrero Carretero
    pp. 29-30, cat. 1 y p. 65 (il.)
    1996
    Patrimonio Nacional, Goya 96, Lunwerg
  • Goya en Madrid. Cartones para tapices 1775-1794
    p. 71
    2014
    Museo Nacional del Prado
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