DOI:​10.2752/175174110X12544983515150
Corpus ID: 155025493
Fashioning the Duchess of Alba: Vicarious Thrills and Sartorial Flirtations during the Spanish Enlightenment
Tara Zanardi
Published 1 March 2010
Art

Fashion Theory
Abstract By examining Francisco de Goya's The Duchess of Alba as a Maja (1797), I investigate how the duchess’ fascination for and experiences with popular Spanish customs and dress relate to the… Expand
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