- Audio: German Romanticism
- Audio: Unrecorded History
- Audio: Britons on Hajj
- Audio: Hajj: curator’s intro
- Audio: Hajj and the future
- Audio: Hajj among pilgrimages
- Audio - Hajj: a journey
- Audio: Cracking the Egyptian
- Audio: Liu Dan in conversation
- Audio: 31 BC
- Audio: Mina's Banner
- Audio: Jamaica: Hans Sloane's
- Audio: Horses
- Audio: The horse
- Audio: An American Eden
- Audio: Goya
- Audio: Shakespeare: curators’
- Audio: Shakespeare performance
Goya and the viewer’s eye: prints and drawings as a guide to authenticity
Juliet Wilson-Bareau, author of Goya’s Prints, co-author of Goya. His Life and Work, and curator of Goya’s Small Paintings at the Royal Academy (1994) and his Private Albums at the Hayward Gallery (2001), discusses Goya’s authentic graphic works, providing insights into the artist’s mind and working methods.
This event took place on 8 November 2012.
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