The idiot by GOYA 1797 - 1798. One of a series of 80 etchings called Los Caprichos which saw Goya begin to explore darker subjects including mental health, which would culminate in The Black Paintings, also on this board.<:((((><(

The idiot by GOYA 1797 - 1798. One of a series of 80 etchings called Los Caprichos which saw Goya begin to explore darker subjects including mental health, which would culminate in The Black Paintings, also on this board.<:((((><(

The Nightmare (Mary Shelley used this painting as inspiration for the scene in Frankenstein where Elizabeth is found.) by Fuselli

The Nightmare (Mary Shelley used this painting as inspiration for the scene in Frankenstein where Elizabeth is found.) by Fuselli

Francisco de Goya, Saturn Devouring His Son, (1819-1823). Professional Artist is the foremost business magazine for visual artists. Visit ProfessionalArtistMag.com.- www.professionalartistmag.com

Francisco de Goya, Saturn Devouring His Son, (1819-1823). Professional Artist is the foremost business magazine for visual artists. Visit ProfessionalArtistMag.com.- www.professionalartistmag.com

►El Arte Macabro de Goya◄                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

►El Arte Macabro de Goya◄

Ivan the Terrible and his Son Ivan, 1885. Ilya Repin.  Art Experience NYC  www.artexperiencenyc.com

Ivan the Terrible and his Son Ivan, 1885. Ilya Repin. Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com

Old man_Goya http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs16/f/2007/205/e/1/Goya__s_Old_Woman_by_vee209.jpg

Old man_Goya http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs16/f/2007/205/e/1/Goya__s_Old_Woman_by_vee209.jpg

Dona Isabel de Porcel - Francisco de Goya. Mum did a version of this when she was learning oil painting, and I always loved it.

Dona Isabel de Porcel - Francisco de Goya. Mum did a version of this when she was learning oil painting, and I always loved it.

jaded-mandarin: “ Francisco Goya. Detail from The Parasol, 1777. ”

jaded-mandarin: “ Francisco Goya. Detail from The Parasol, 1777. ”

Título: El coloso (1808-1812), también denominado El gigante, El pánico y La tormenta. Es un cuadro tradicionalmente atribuido a Francisco de Goya en el que un gigante de tamaño colosal se yergue tras unos montes. Fué «casi con toda seguridad» obra del pintor Asensio Juliá, amigo y colaborador del maestro aragonés. Es de la época del Romanticismo.

The Colossus by Goya.

Los fusilamientos del 3 de mayo 1808 ( Goya, 1801 )

Writing Down the Grief

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