International Exhibition, Barcelona, 1929: figures from paintings by El Greco, Goya and Velázquez, representing Spanish art. Colour lithograph by R. Canals y Llambi, 1929.
- Canals y Llambi, Ricardo, 1876-1931.
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Left, a bishop seen from the side, probably Saint Ildefonso, bishop of Toledo between 657 and 667. The second scene down on his cape may be the miraculous moment when Saint Ildefonso received the chasuble from the Virgin as a special prize for writing 'De virginitate perpetua Sanctae Mariae': El Greco's depiction shows him from the front. Centre: a maja similar to one painted by Goya. Right, a portrait of Velázquez
[Barcelona] : [publisher not identified], 1929.
1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; sheet 105 x 72 cm
Exposición internacional de Barcelona 1929. El arte in España. Canals.
Wellcome Library no. 575591i