Converstation with Richard Holloway about Goya's Black Paintings as part of his 'Sunday Morning with Richard Holloway'

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Conversation with Richard Holloway about Goya's Black Paintings as part of his 'Sunday Morning with Richard Holloway'-programme on BBC Radio Scotland, 17 March 2019:  Far from easy on the eye, some people still can’t bear to look at them. 200 years on we revisit Goya’s disturbing and dramatic Black Paintings with Dr Claudia Hopkins, Senior Lecturer in Art History at the University of Edinburgh and Professor Andrew Ginger, Head of the School of Languages, Culture, Art History and Music at the University of Birmingham. 

Period17 Mar 2019

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  • Title"Goya's Black Paintings" - BBC Radio Scotland 'Sunday Morning with Richard Holloway'
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletBBC
    Media typeRadio
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/03/19
    DescriptionA conversation about Goya as part of the 'Sunday Morning with Richard Holloway'-programme on 17 March 2019. “Far from easy on the eye, some people still can’t bear to look at them. 200 years on we revisit Goya’s disturbing and dramatic Black Paintings with Dr Claudia Hopkins, Senior Lecturer in Art History at the University of Edinburgh and Professor Andrew Ginger, Head of the School of Languages, Culture, Art History and Music at the University of Birmingham. ….” (starts at 1 hr 23 into the programme).
    PersonsRichard Holloway, Claudia Hopkins, Andrew Ginger

Keywords

  • Goya
  • modernity
  • art and politics
  • madness
  • Spanish history