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Francisco de Goya (1746-1828) Court painter for King Carlos IV de España Became deaf in 1792 – his style changed and became more satirical Characteristics.

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1 Francisco de Goya ( ) Court painter for King Carlos IV de España Became deaf in 1792 – his style changed and became more satirical Characteristics of his works: 1) painted scenes of everyday life 2) only roughly indicated the background 3) loved to use the color black

2 La familia de Carlos IV

3 El quitasol

4 El dos de mayo

5 El tres de mayo

6 Autorretratos de Goya

7 El sueño de la razón Saturn Devouring the Head produce monstruos of His Child

8 Antonio Gaudí ( ) Architect From Barcelona, Spain (most of his works are built there) His style is difficult to classify because he was so modern for his time Designed parks, apartment buildings, etc. Died when hit by a trolley

9 La Sagrada Familia

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11 La Casa Mila

12 Parque Guell

13 Pablo Picasso ( ) He had many, many famous works and changing styles Blue Period- characterized by shades of blue (depression in his life) Rose Period- characterized by shades of pink and red (fun times/ many circus performers were his topic) Most famous style- cubism- characterized by many geometric shapes (very abstract and modern) Influenced by the Spanish Civil War (1930s)

14 Los tres músicos

15 Soñar El sueño

16 Guernica (mural) -influenced by the bombing of the defenseless city during the civil war


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