The Spanish Manner
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From the 17th to the 19th century, Spain saw the development of a unique tradition of drawing. Quirkier and more vigorous than their Italian contemporaries, artists such as Pacheco, Carducho, Ribera and Murillo produced scenes of fantasy, martyrdom and murder, culminating in the dark visions of Goya. Published to accompany an exhibition at the Frick Gallery, New York, this book features 54 drawings along with biographical details of the artists and lucid explanations of their work.