Drawing by Ribera of the Head of a Man with Little Figures on His Head
The Spanish Manner: Drawings from Ribera to Goya

The greatest Spanish draftsmen from the seventeenth through the nineteenth century — Ribera, Murillo, and Goya, among them — created works of dazzling idiosyncrasy. These diverse drawings, which may be broadly characterized as possessing a specifically "Spanish manner," were the subject of an exclusive exhibition at The Frick Collection in the fall of 2010. The presentation featured more than fifty of the finest Spanish drawings from public and private collections in the Northeast, among them The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Hispanic Society of America, The Morgan Library & Museum, the Princeton University Art Museum, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.


Jonathan Brown, Susan Grace Galassi, Lisa A. Banner, Reva Wolf, Andrew Schulz, Joanna Sheers and Pablo Pérez d'Ors

With a foreword by Anne L. Poulet

The Frick Collection, New York, in association with Scala Publishers

208 pages, color illustrations
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