Francisco Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828)

Following a traumatic illness in 1792, Spanish Academy artist and court painter Francisco José de Goya Y Lucientes turned his back on the decorative scenes and portraits that had built his reputation to pursue the morbid and fantastical images that would come to define his mature style. One of the most celebrated and masterful etchers in the history of the medium, Goya’s savage satirical attacks on Spanish society, the abuses of the Church, war and human nature are given vivid expression in his individual prints and four major print series: Los Caprichos, Los Desastres de la Guerra, La Tauromaquia, and Los Proverbios

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