Francisco de Goya (1746–1828) was one of the last great court painters in Europe and the first pioneer of modern art. He painted impressive portraits and created mysterious visual worlds. His paintings depict saints and criminals, witches and demons, dreams and nightmares.
The Fondation Beyeler is presenting one of the most important exhibitions outside of Spain ever devoted to him. It comprises over 70 paintings, drawings and prints from both public and private collections. Admire Goya’s key works such as the “Witches’ Sabbath” or the “Clothed Maja” close up.
The package from Basel Tourism includes admission to the museum, hotel accommodation in your selected category and the BaselCard, which offers you additional discounts on many cultural activities.
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