‘Fantastic! Visionary prints from Goya to Redon', enhanced in Bordeaux

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‘Fantastic! Visionary prints from Goya to Redon', enhanced in Bordeaux

The Prints and Photography Department of the BNF (National Library of France) and Bordeaux's Museum of Fine Arts combine their works to augment this exhibition, which first opened in Paris.

Previously at the Petit Palais in Paris, the exhibition ‘Fantastic! Visionary prints from Goya to Redon' has been further enhanced in Bordeaux with 15 etchings by Goya (who died in Bordeaux in 1828). It also includes the only known copy of Bulls Fighting (1825) as well as 14 prints by Rodolphe Bresdin, and 28 by Odilon Redon. The chronological exhibition is divided into four periods: the precursors (Dürer, Piranesi, and Goya), the Romantic generation (1830-1850 with Delacroix, Boulanger, and Grandville), the ‘New Romanticism' (1850 to 1870 including Bracquemond, Bresdin, and Doré), and ‘post-Romanticism' (1870-1890 centring on Ensor, Redon, and Rops). Lithographs, etchings, and woodcuts deliver a romantic feeling of the fantastic, considered at the time as a literal perception and representation of the world.

Fantastic! Visionary prints from Goya to Redon
Galerie des Beaux-Arts
Place du Colonel Raynal
33000 Bordeaux

From 29 June 2016 to 26 September 2016


6.50 EUR (including the permanent collection of the Museum of Fine Arts)

From 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (closed Tuesdays)