The power of Francisco de Goya’s printmaking is no secret. Earlier this year, his works on paper—etchings that depicted war, bullfighting, and demonic visions—were the focus of “Goya’s Graphic Imagination,” a blockbuster show at the Met. Goya died in 1828, just four years before the birth of Edouard Manet, but his work—in form and content, techniques and motifs—was an important influence on Manet. This exhibition places etchings by Goya alongside selected works by Manet. —E.C.
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