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Saturn Devouring His Son, c. Oil mural transferred to canvas, x Museo del Prado, Madrid. By Francisco Goya

Francisco José De Goya y Lucientes - - -  Witches Sabbath / 1798. Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid.

GOYA - El aquelarre (Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid, - Witches' Sabbath (Goya, - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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' One of the fourteen so-called Black Paintings that Goya painted directly onto the walls of his house.

Francisco Goya - Pretty Teacher ~ 18th century Spanish artist, considered first of the modern masters, both subversive and political in the content and one of the forefathers of gothic aesthetic GG.

Francisco Goya - Pretty Teacher ~ century Spanish artist, considered first of the modern masters, both subversive and political in the content and one of the forefathers of gothic aesthetic GG.

Portrait of Pedro Mocarte, a Singer of the Cathedral of Toledo, Francisco Goya

Portrait of Pedro Mocarte, a Singer of the Cathedral of Toledo, Francisco Goya

Francisco Goya, A Butcher's Counter, 1810-12, oil on canvas, 45 x 62 cm (Musée du Louvre, Paris)

Francisco de Goya: "Naturaleza muerta con costillas y cabeza de cordero". Oil on canvas, 45 x 62 cm, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France

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