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1 Francisco de Goya ( ) Spanish painter and printmaker

2 Francisco de Goya Designed tapestries for the Royal Tapestry Workshop for the homes of Spanish monarchs Designed tapestries for the Royal Tapestry Workshop for the homes of Spanish monarchs Became Court Painter for Rey Carlos IV Became Court Painter for Rey Carlos IV In 1792 he contracted cholera or encephalitis and became deaf (Modern physicians believe that the lead in his paints could have caused his deafness.) In 1792 he contracted cholera or encephalitis and became deaf (Modern physicians believe that the lead in his paints could have caused his deafness.) Style- very realistic (very detailed subjects, but the background is only roughly indicated) Style- very realistic (very detailed subjects, but the background is only roughly indicated) He loved the color black. He loved the color black. He loved to paint women in traditional Spanish clothing. He loved to paint women in traditional Spanish clothing.

3 Autorretratos de Goya

4 La Duquesa de AlbaDon Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuñiga La Duquesa de AlbaDon Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuñiga

5 La maja desnuda

6 La maja vestida

7 El quitasol

8 La familia de Carlos IV

9 Analisis de La familia de Carlos IV

10 El 2 de mayo, 1808 The French Mamelukes were invading Spain. The citizens attacked the charging French forces. Goya may or may not have been present. The French Mamelukes were invading Spain. The citizens attacked the charging French forces. Goya may or may not have been present.

11 El 3 de mayo, 1808 Goya painted these two works 14 years after they occurred. He was outraged by the French treatment of the Spaniards. Notice the great detail. What draws your focus? Why? Goya painted these two works 14 years after they occurred. He was outraged by the French treatment of the Spaniards. Notice the great detail. What draws your focus? Why?

12 The Burial of the Sardine This work had nothing to do with a funeral. It is associated with the end of Carnaval/ the beginning of Lent. This work had nothing to do with a funeral. It is associated with the end of Carnaval/ the beginning of Lent. Goya attempts to show how easily civility can turn to chaos. Goya attempts to show how easily civility can turn to chaos.

13 Disasters of War: There is no Remedy This was part of a series of prints that show the atrocities of war. This was part of a series of prints that show the atrocities of war.

14 Autorretrato con Dr. Arrieta The inscription at the bottom reads, “ Goya in gratitude to his friend Arrieta: for the skill and care with which he saved his life during his acute and dangerous illness, suffered at the end of the year 1819, at the age of 73.” The inscription at the bottom reads, “ Goya in gratitude to his friend Arrieta: for the skill and care with which he saved his life during his acute and dangerous illness, suffered at the end of the year 1819, at the age of 73.”

15 Saturn Devouring His Son Painted after a mental breakdown late in his life. Painted after a mental breakdown late in his life. His deafness greatly affected him along with another ailment which came back from time to time. His deafness greatly affected him along with another ailment which came back from time to time.


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