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Duquesa de Alba de pie del Álbum de Sanlúcar por Francisco de Goya.

Duquesa de Alba de pie del Álbum de Sanlúcar por Francisco de Goya.

Detail from Francisco de Goya’s Hannibal the Conqueror, viewing Italy from the Alps for the first time. (1770-1771).

Detail from Francisco de Goya’s Hannibal the Conqueror, viewing Italy from the Alps for the first time. (1770-1771).

San Jerónimo en penitencia, 1798 Francisco de Goya y Lucientes Español, 1746-1828 Óleo sobre lienzo 75-1/8 x 45 pulgadas (190,8 x 114,3 cm) La Fundación Norton Simon

San Jerónimo en penitencia, 1798 Francisco de Goya y Lucientes Español, 1746-1828 Óleo sobre lienzo 75-1/8 x 45 pulgadas (190,8 x 114,3 cm) La Fundación Norton Simon


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Francisco Goya - "The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters/ El sueño de la razón produce monstruos" 1797

Francisco Goya - "The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters/ El sueño de la razón produce monstruos" 1797

Colossus - Francisco Goya Style: Romanticism Genre: mythological painting

Colossus - Francisco Goya Style: Romanticism Genre: mythological painting

Francisco Goya; Witches’ Sabbath, 1798. Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid.

Francisco Goya; Witches’ Sabbath, 1798. Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid.

Francisco Goya: Now One, Now Another, Los Caprichos plate 77 (1799) etching and aquatint

Francisco Goya: Now One, Now Another, Los Caprichos plate 77 (1799) etching and aquatint

Caprichos - Plate 42: They who Cannot : Francisco de Goya : Art Scans : Scanopia

Caprichos - Plate 42: They who Cannot : Francisco de Goya : Art Scans : Scanopia

Dos monjes(Two monks). 오른쪽 남자는 백발의 노인 귀에 대고 무언가를 말하고 있다. 제목에는 '두 수도사'라고 나와있지만 분명 노인의 등에 달라붙어있는 것은 악귀임에 틀림없다.  이 악귀는 노인에게 이제는 떠나야 할 때라고 말하고 있는 것일까..?귀가 어두운 노인의 모습은 귀머거리였던 고야 자신의 모습을 투영한 것만 같다.  전 작품들에 비해 죽음에 대해 다소 평온해 보이는 노인의 모습. 과연..?

Dos monjes(Two monks). 오른쪽 남자는 백발의 노인 귀에 대고 무언가를 말하고 있다. 제목에는 '두 수도사'라고 나와있지만 분명 노인의 등에 달라붙어있는 것은 악귀임에 틀림없다. 이 악귀는 노인에게 이제는 떠나야 할 때라고 말하고 있는 것일까..?귀가 어두운 노인의 모습은 귀머거리였던 고야 자신의 모습을 투영한 것만 같다. 전 작품들에 비해 죽음에 대해 다소 평온해 보이는 노인의 모습. 과연..?

Francisco Goya, 'Saturn Devouring one of his children' (1821-3). Saturn has decided to eat all of his sons. Why? You might ask. Because he was told in a prophecy that one of them would overthrow him. He devours them all, except one - Jupiter, who is exiled to Crete by Saturn’s wife. Jupiter grows up, returns to his birthplace and kills his father in revenge. This is one of the fourteen so-called Black Paintings that Goya painted directly onto the walls of his house. 15 Jun 2012

Francisco Goya, 'Saturn Devouring one of his children' (1821-3). Saturn has decided to eat all of his sons. Why? You might ask. Because he was told in a prophecy that one of them would overthrow him. He devours them all, except one - Jupiter, who is exiled to Crete by Saturn’s wife. Jupiter grows up, returns to his birthplace and kills his father in revenge. This is one of the fourteen so-called Black Paintings that Goya painted directly onto the walls of his house. 15 Jun 2012