Goya, Redon, Ensor. Grotesque paintings and drawings  

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Goya, Redon, Ensor. Grotesque paintings and drawings was an exhibition at the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp which ran from March 14 until June 14, 2009

It displayed a collection of grotesque paintings, drawings and prints by Goya, Redon and Ensor. The show highlights the similarities as well as the differences between the three masters and features works from Belgian museums and private collections, complemented with loans from, among other museums, MoMA in New York, Musée d'Orsay in Paris, Museo del Prado in Madrid, the National Gallery in London and the Städel Museum in Frankfurt. The exhibition used its own collection of Ensors, one of the largest in the world and a rare series of etchings by Goya.



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