For the first time, one of eight private albums of Spanish painter Francisco de Goya (1746-1828), that of "The witches and the elderly," shows almost complete, to show off 22 of its 23 pages on London's Courtauld Gallery.
The exhibition will be on view from February 26 until May 25, has been able to collect the original sequence of 22 pages of the 23 that make up the album and belong to various collections across the world.
"It's the first time I have met pages distributed throughout the world from one of his private albums. You can watch together in catalogs or reproductions, but the first time that are all in a wall", said Juliet Wilson Bareau, art critic and expert on Goya.
"Goya is a universal character that surprised everyone. It has strength, personality and truth in what he represents. He speaks of imagination, dreams, nightmares ... but all focused on human reality", added Wilson Bareau