The Clothed Maja, in Spanish, La maja vestida, is a painting by the Spanish painter Francisco de Goya between 1798 and 1805. It is a clothed version of La maja desnuda and is exhibited next to it in the same room at the Prado Museum in Madrid. The painting, which was first owned by Prime Minister Manuel de Godoy, was originally hung in his home in front of the naked maja in a way that they could be revealed at any time with the help of a pulley mechanism. It was held twice at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, and is now held in the Museo del Prado, where it has been since 1901.
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The Clothed MajaFrancisco de Goya, circa 1805Oil on canvas
It is said that this painting is a more discreet version of an earlier work known as "The Nude Maja." It is also know that Francisco de Goya was quite popular in his own time. Could these facts be related? A third, unrelated fact—the word "maja" refers to a "stylish young lady of Madrid."
- Note: Prior to New Leaf, paintings did not have visual differences between forged and genuine versions. Therefore, paintings given to Blathers were fake or authentic at random.
|This painting is always genuine.|
In Happy Home Designer
After Day 9 in game, go to the saving place and sit down at your desk. Pick the "Study the handbook" option, you can complete "Art Collection" lesson with 1 play coins. It adds 33 pieces of artworks and 22 forgeries to your collection.
- Main article: The Clothed Maja on Wikipedia