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Essential Goya By Ann Kannings
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Francisco Goya is considered as the most significant painter of Spain for the late 19-th and near the beginning 20-th centuries. Over the line of his extended career, he transformed from cheerful and... More > bright to deeply negative in his paintings and drawings.< Less
Francisco Goya: His Palette By Arron Adams
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Spanish painter and graphic artist, Goya was the most powerful and original European artist of his time, but his genius was slow in maturing and he was well into his thirties before he began... More > producing work that set him apart from his contemporaries. Goya completed some 500 oil paintings and murals, about 300 etchings and lithographs, and many hundreds of drawings. He was exceptionally versatile and his work expresses a very wide range of emotion. His technical freedom and originality likewise are remarkable. In his own day he was chiefly celebrated for his portraits, of which he painted more than 200; but his fame now rests equally on his other work.< Less
Goya: Drawings and Etchings By Daniel Coenn
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Spanish painter Francisco Goya completed some 500 oil paintings and murals, about 300 etchings and lithographs, and many hundreds of drawings. The first of his great series of engravings, Los... More > Caprichos issued in 1799. The set consists of 82 plates in etching reinforced with aquatint, and their humour is constantly overshadowed by an element of nightmare. They savagely and satirically attack on social customs and abuses of the Church, with elements of the macabre in scenes of witchcraft and diabolism. Equally dramatic, more savage and chilling are the sixty-five etchings The Disasters of War (1810-14) - nightmare scenes, depicting atrocities committed by both French and Spanish. They were not published until 1863, 35 years after his death. In his last years Goya took up the new medium of lithography (in his series the Bulls of Bordeaux), while his paintings illustrate his progress towards a style which foreshadowed that of the Impressionists.< Less
Francisco Goya: 148 Masterpieces By Ann Kannings
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Spanish painter and graphic, Francisco Goya was the most powerful and original European artist of his time. A more important turning-point in his career was the mysterious and traumatic illness he... More > experienced in 1792. After that he painted a series of small pictures of 'fantasy and invention' in order, as he said, 'to occupy an imagination mortified by the contemplation of my sufferings'. This marks the beginning of his preoccupation with the morbid, bizarre, and menacing. It was given vivid expression in the first of his great series of engravings, Los Caprichos (1799). Equally dramatic, and even more savage and macabre, are the sixty-five etchings The Disasters of War (1810-14) - nightmare scenes, depicting atrocities committed by both French and Spanish. In his lifetime he completed some 500 oil paintings and murals, about 300 etchings and lithographs, and many hundreds of drawings.< Less
Niña de Goya By Freya Giménez de Nottingham
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This partial collection of Freya's poems and writings was gathered by members of the Life Stories Writing Class through Santa Rosa Junior College at Sebastopol Senior Center, California.
Niña de Goya By Freya Giménez de Nottingham
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This partial collection of Freya's poems and writings was gathered by members of the Life Stories Writing Class through Santa Rosa Junior College at Sebastopol Senior Center, California.
학이시습 다이어리 2008 By Goya Choi
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학이시습 다이어리 2008 By Goya Choi
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Goya: Drawings 177 Colour Plates By Maria Peitcheva
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Francisco de Goya was the most potent and creative Spanish artist of his time. Over the course of his long career, Goya moved from cheerful and optimistic to totally pessimistic and searching in his... More > paintings, drawings, etchings, and frescoes. He completed some 500 oil paintings and murals, about 300 etchings and lithographs, and many hundreds of drawings. He was exceptionally versatile and his work expresses a very wide range of emotion. His technical freedom and originality likewise are remarkable. In technique as in content, Goya challenged the rules of art, preferring a freer style of painting and drawing, a unique figural language, and a brilliant economy of means. In his own day he was chiefly celebrated for his portraits, of which he painted more than 200; but his fame now rests equally on his other work.< Less
Francisco Goya: 103 Drawings and Etchings By Narim Bender
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Francisco de Goya was the most potent and creative Spanish artist of his time. Over the course of his long career, Goya moved from cheerful and optimistic to totally pessimistic and searching in his... More > paintings, drawings, etchings, and frescoes. He completed some 500 oil paintings and murals, about 300 etchings and lithographs, and many hundreds of drawings. He was exceptionally versatile and his work expresses a very wide range of emotion. His technical freedom and originality likewise are remarkable. In technique as in content, Goya challenged the rules of art, preferring a freer style of painting and drawing, a unique figural language, and a brilliant economy of means. In his own day he was chiefly celebrated for his portraits, of which he painted more than 200; but his fame now rests equally on his other work.< Less