Antonio Brugada

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Antonio Brugada (1804 Madrid – 1863 San Sebastian) was a Spanish painter. Brugada is best known for his dramatic seascapes.

Brugada was a friend of Francisco Goya, and was instrumental in cataloguing, and idetifying some of the mythological figures in Goya's c. 1823 "Black paintings" series.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Weisberg, Gabriel P. in Twenty-first-century Perspectives on Nineteenth-century Art. University of Delaware Press, 2008. ISBN 0-87413-011-5