Francisco Goya

Woman with Clothes Blowing in the Wind



Francisco Goya - Woman with Clothes Blowing in the Wind

Literature

Gary Tinterow and Geneviève Lacambre, Manet/Velazquez, New York, New Haven, 2003, fig. 5.20


Provenance

private collection, Paris
anonymous sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 22 February 1937, nr. 56–61
1938, Tomás Harris (born 1908–died 1964), London
by 1941, Durlacher Brothers, New York
to Ralph Kirk Askew (owner of Durlacher; born 1903–died 1974) and his wife, Constance Atwood Askew, New York
by inheritance to their daughter, Pamela Askew (born 1925–died 1997), New York
1998, bequest of Pamela Askew to the MFA

External links

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Accession number 1998.110

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Francisco Goya Sketch for A Woman and Two Children by a Fountain
Sketch for A Woman and Two Children by a Fountain

Francisco Goya Godoy as Commander in the War of the Oranges
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1801

Francisco Goya Sketch for The Cat at Bay
Sketch for The Cat at Bay

Francisco Goya Friar Pedro Offers Shoes to El Maragato and prepares to push aside his Gun
Friar Pedro Offers Shoes to El Maragato and prepares to push aside his Gun

Francisco Goya
Woman with Clothes Blowing in the Wind
1824-25
9 x 9.5 cm
Carbon black and watercolor on ivory
Unsigned
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Bequest of Pamela Askew