Buy here your copy of the controversial book: GUERNICA. The unknown masterpiece, written by Professor of History D. José María Juarranz de la Fuente and edited by Rodrigo Juarranz, Art Gallery.
Professor José María Juarranz de la Fuente publishes an investigation in which he maintains that the famous painting by Picasso has nothing to do with the bombing of the Basque city.
Guernica. The unknown masterpiece is the book that compiles the fourteen years of serious research, enriched with images and testimonies, that José María Juarranz de la Fuente has carried out around the most important painting of the 20th century to demonstrate that ideology and preconceived approaches have always prevailed over this work. Vicente Verdú, author of the prologue, highlights Juarranz's unusual courage that he displays to clarify the truth.
His thesis is divided into three parts: Analysis, Synthesis and Apotheosis.
José María Juarranz de la Fuente (Fuentemolinos, Burgos, 1949) is a professor of geography and history, he has a degree in Philosophy and Letters from the Complutense University of Madrid and a scholarship holder from the Higher Council for Scientific Research. Among his publications stand out: "The Revolutions of 1848", "The scientific, technical and economic transformations 1850-1914" and "Industrial Geography", all in the Akal publishing house. He has also published several articles on Picasso's work: "New vision of Franco's Dream and Lie", "Picasso: the female bullfighter" and "Picasso: the blind minotaur". In all of them he has contributed new interpretations that culminate in “Guernica. The Unknown Masterpiece”, the result of 14 years of research.