The Clothed Maja, c.1800/08 | Goya | Painting Reproduction
The Clothed Maja, c.1800/08 | Goya | Painting Reproduction

The Clothed Maja, c.1800/08
Francisco de Goya (1746-1828)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 95 x 190 cm
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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes - "The Clothed Maja"

The Clothed Maja repeats the composition of the preceding work, both in the diagonal and in the crescent arc formed by the arms behind the head. There are considerable differences, however, in the general harmony and colour.

The moment chosen is towards evening; the lights and shadows are more marked and intense, the grounds more golden and transparent. The body has less the effect of effusing an aura, but is strongly stated in the splendour of a white dress which takes the full impact of the light. Although apparently identical, the figure's pose is different from that of the Naked Maja; it is more relaxed - not slightly contracted - and rests on the calves rather than the feet, which project over the edge of the divan. Repose is complete, without the slight tension, the waiting air, of the nude. The position appears to be drawn further back, with no cushion behind the head. It does not have the nude's tendency to turn towards the spectator; it is more comfortably settled, in a different equilibrium.

The two subtly suggested moments explain the different positions of the head - even though the more extended, inviting attitude of the nude has been charged, through misunderstanding, with being anatomically incorrect.
6th June 2016 9:36am

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