Category Archives: Francisco Goitia

Famished Horse

This is more than a challenge. They want me to fail. That’s why they demanded: take Francisco Goitia’s dirty gold horse to your complex and make him a Triple Crown winner. Preposterous. The horse is several times three-years old and shows more ribs than a skeleton. When I introduce myself as the world’s greatest scientist, […]

Also posted in Horses, Mexico, Painters, Zacatecas

Paint it Blue – Published

Paint it Blue, the long-anticipated collection of stories about painters, has been published and is now available. Introduction – We wonder what they’re thinking, so we ask Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. And you, Picasso, what are you really like? Vincent van Gogh, please tell us more about your agony and inspiration. We must also […]

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Trees of Francisco Goitia

This story is paprt of the collection “Paint it Blue” To see “Zacatecas Landscape with Hanged Men II,” 1914, please click here Editorial note: This painting, like its subjects, hangs in the National Museum of Art in Mexico City.

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