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Spanish Artist Presentation, Goya

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on 11 December 2012

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Transcript of Spanish Artist Presentation, Goya

Goya EARLY LIFE ADULTHOOD WORKING IN THE SPANISH COURT EARLY ART INSPIRATION LATER ART HIS LIFE AND ART Married Josefa Bayeu in 1773
Had many children
Only one son survived to adulthood, Xavier
1775-1792 painted designs for the royal taperstry factory in Madrid
Then became an esablished painter in the Spanish Court. While a royal painter in the Spanish Court, Goya perfected his artistry
Was exiled for the analysis of politics shown in his artwork Torment and Suffering
Seclusion
Madness
Witchcraft and Superstition
Injustice and Cruelty
Nightmares Copied great works of art
Portraits of nobility
Painted frescoes
for local Cathedrals Style Change due to Deafness
Art shows corruption and politics
History of the Country
He was very critical to his subjects Francisco Jose de Goya
Born is 1746 in Saragossa
Began studying at age of fourteen under Jose Luza Martinez
Learned by imitation. Suffering from his illness made his art dark and reflective Influenced by the Romanticism and Enlightenment of
the time May 3 Execution of the Rebels Goya's most
famous piece
of art History Of May 3 Execution of the Rebels On May 2, 1808 the Citizens of Madrid revolted against Napoleon
To take revenge Napoleon executed the rebels and some innocent bystanders
Goya shows faceless uniform soldiers which represent directors of cruelty and injustice By Carolyn Chase, Victoria Armenio, Ceci Bala, and Conner Ciarlone
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