Francisco De Goya was a Spanish painter. He was born in 1746 and died 1828 at the age of 82.
Goya was famous for the way he used light in his paintings, exhibited through his "The Third of May 1808".
Goya painted the entire Royal family of Charles IV, including this portait.
Late in life De Goya painted a dark paintings series. This one is called Witches' Sabbath or Aquelarre.
De Goya was part of the Romanticism movement.
De Goya was known for his cartoon tapestry’s. An example of this is his La Cometa, 1777–78
Francisco Goya painted this in 1805, it is unknown if it his wife or someone he had an affair with.
In the 1810's De Goya created prints to use as a visual protest against violence.
Around 1793, a serious illness ) left Goya deaf, and he became withdrawn and introspective.
Early in De Goya's career he was denied rejected to get in the Spanish Royal Academy of Fine Arts.