Francisco de Goya  (Spanish, 1746-1828) 

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Francisco de Goya, Todo va Revuelto

 

Francisco de Goya
Todo va Revuelto
1863

David Tunick, Inc.
Francisco de Goya, Disparate Pobre (Two Heads are Better Than One) – Proof

 

Francisco de Goya
Disparate Pobre (Two Heads are Better Than One) – Proof
circa 1812

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Francisco de Goya, El Sueño de la Razon Produce Monstruos (The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters)

 

Francisco de Goya
El Sueño de la Razon Produce Monstruos (The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters)
1799

R. E. Lewis & Daughter Original Prints
Francisco de Goya, Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Painter, (1st edition)

 

Francisco de Goya
Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Painter, (1st edition)
1799

R. S. Johnson Fine Art
Francisco de Goya, Alla Va Eso (There It Goes)

 

Francisco de Goya
Alla Va Eso (There It Goes)
1799

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Francisco de Goya, Fuerte cosa es! – That’s tough!

 

Francisco de Goya
Fuerte cosa es! – That’s tough!
circa 1808-1814

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Francisco de Goya, No se puede saber por qué  – One can’t tell why

 

Francisco de Goya
No se puede saber por qué – One can’t tell why
circa 1808-1814

Harris Schrank Fine Prints
Francisco de Goya, ¡Que guerrero!

 

Francisco de Goya
¡Que guerrero!
1877

R. E. Lewis & Daughter Original Prints
Francisco de Goya, Si quebró el Cántaro (Yes, He Broke the Pot)

 

Francisco de Goya
Si quebró el Cántaro (Yes, He Broke the Pot)
1799

R. E. Lewis & Daughter Original Prints
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Francisco de Goya, Felipe IV, Rey de España (after Velasquez) (+ Isabel de Borbon, Reyna de España; 2 works)

 

Francisco de Goya
Felipe IV, Rey de España (after Velasquez) (+ Isabel de Borbon, Reyna de España; 2 works), 1778
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Francisco de Goya, Fran. Goya Y Lucientes, Pintor (Selbstbildnis) (title pg.from Los Caprichos)

 

Francisco de Goya
Fran. Goya Y Lucientes, Pintor (Selbstbildnis) (title pg.from Los Caprichos), 1799
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Francisco de Goya, Asta su Abuelo

 

Francisco de Goya
Asta su Abuelo
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1746   Born Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes on March 30, 1746 in Fuendetodos, Spain
1760   Apprenticed to Jose Luzan, a local painter
1773   Marries the sister of the court painter, Francisco Bayeu, under whom he had received training in Madrid
1775   Paints cartoons (designs) for the royal tapestry factory in Madrid until 1792
1780   Elected a member of the Royal Academy of San Fernando, Madrid
1785   Appointed deputy director of painting at the Royal Academy of San Fernando
1786   Appointed painter to the king, Charles III
1789   Named court painter
1792   An illness leaves him permanently deaf
1795   Serves as director of painting at the Royal Academy until 1797
1799   Publishes the Caprichos
1808   Charles IV and his son Ferdinand are forced to abdicate in quick succession, Napoleon's brother Joseph is placed on the throne but Goya retains his position as court painter
1814   Ferdinand VII is restored on the throne after the expulsion of the invaders and Goya is pardoned for having served the French king
1824   Goes into voluntary exile in France
1828   Dies on 16 April in Bordeaux