Francisco Goya


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Spanish painter well known for his portraits and for his satires (1746-1828)

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The works of Francisco Goya will be exhibited from noon to 3 p.
This witty, satirical drawing by Francisco Goya is part of a new exhibition at The Frick Collection that highlights dozens of superb Spanish drawings from the early 17th to the early 19th century.
Francisco Goya y Lucientes, I dedicate this paper swallow to you
TRANCE (15) ART auctioneer Simon (James McAvoy) accrues massive gambling debts and agrees to clear his arrears by helping criminal Franck (Vincent Cassel) to steal a Francisco Goya painting as it goes under the hammer.
This program will explore the life and works of Francisco Goya with a special emphasis on the exhibition Los Caprichos.
Brother Lorenzo (Javier Bardem) is determined to burn more heretics, though he stands up for the supposed "demonic filth" produced by painter Francisco Goya (Stellan Skarsgard).
Francisco Goya was the world's first modern artist and his dark depictions of war and inhumanity indicated the direction for modern art - both in subject matter and style.
Tonight's domestic action is at Naas where Dermot Weld's Blue Ridge Lane, an encouraging third to Johann Zofanny on his recent handicap debut, is napped to overcome Ballydoyle hope Francisco Goya in the 10-furlong Naas Racecourse Support Club Kildare Maiden.
BOSTON -- Workers at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts are busy installing more than 160 works by Spanish artist Francisco Goya for an exhibit scheduled to open next month.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti (March 6, 1475), Francisco Goya (March 30, 1746) and Vincent van Gogh (March 30, 1853.
Flight and the artistic imagination (June 29 to September 30) explores the human desire to fly, from Icarus to The Wright Brothers and Yuri Gagarin, and includes paintings, sculpture, photographs, drawings, prints and video, also including work by Leonardo de Vinci, Francisco Goya and Hiraki Sawa.
With these words Francisco Goya (1746-1828) could describe the end of the 20th century, so often named 'the century of molecular biology and genetic engineering'--the period in our civilisation when monsters created by crazy scientists frightened us on the cinema screens and pages of science fiction books.
He now claims that while recovering from his crash injuries, he hallucinated being tortured by Francisco Goya (1746-1828), famous for atrocity images.
Highlights include a breathtaking Tiepolo (estimated at 300,000-500,000 [pounds sterling]), a Madonna and Child with a Franciscan Friar by Antonello da Messina, featuring an astonishingly naturalistic Christ Child, with an Ecce homo on the verso, and the superb canvas representing The Appearance of the Virgin del Pilar to St James by Francisco Goya (estimated at 400,000-600,000 [pounds sterling]).
Cronenberg slyly implies that the worst fiends are incubated by their repression--or as Francisco Goya put it: "The sleep of reason breeds monsters.