Art: Spaniard in Minneapolis

Buffalo's coup (see above) was matched by an important art buy in another U.S. city. For 15 years, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts has been hunting for a first-class Goya. Last week the master's Self Portrait with Doctor Arrieta was hanging in the museum's place of honor (Minneapolis' prized Rembrandt, Lucretia, had been moved aside to make room for it). Goya painted the Self Portrait in 1820 at the peak of his genius, as a tribute to a man he firmly believed saved his life. In 1819 Goya was 73 years old, totally deaf...

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