Francisco Goya

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

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On the wall around us are works of art by fellow Vancouver artists and old friends--like a painting by Audrey Doray incorporating images drawn from Francisco Goya.
9-11: <<El inmortal Francisco Goya describio hace un siglo en una serie de admirables aguafuertes Los desastres de la guerra.
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.
But in his heart of hearts, his passion for painting veered closer to Francisco Goya and Chaim Soutine .
Though separated by about 150 years, Francisco Goya (1746-1828) and Federico Castellon (1914-1971) often appear closer to one another than to their contemporaries.
Francisco Goya created the 80 etchings today known as the Desastres de la Guerra during the Napoleonic war and the subsequent restoration of Fernando VII.
The skulls of artist Francisco Goya composers Ludwig Van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart philosophers Rene Descartes Sir Thomas Browne Emanuel Swedenborg and countless others were also plundered.
The daughter of Nayef did just about enough after heading long-odds-on favourite Francisco Goya inside the last, eventually holding early front-runner Greannmhar by just over a length.
Similarly, the long-absent Dabirana, third to Turin Lady in a listed event at Fairyhouse last September, might defy top weight in the opening Lixnaw Fabrications Handicap, in which she must concede 7lb to O'Brienis Francisco Goya, a maiden winner at Naas last week.
Pablo Picasso 572 Salvdor Dali 275 Rembrant van Rign 173 Andy Warhol 171 Henri Mattisse 103 Edgar Degas 78 Francisco Goya 54 Paul Cezanne 51 Claude Monet 39 Vincent Van Gogh 35
Los numeros de catalogo "GW" remiten a Pierre Gassier y Juliet Wilson, Vie et Oeuvre de Francisco Goya, Friburgo, 1970.
Francisco Goya (Skarsgacrd) is embroiled with the Spanish Inquisition when his muse, Ines (Portman), is arrested for heresy.
This controversial film sees Natalie Portman playing the muse of Francisco Goya (Stellan Skarsgard) who is brutally tortured when accused of heresy.
In an interesting analogy Ayling draws attention to O'Casey's appreciation of the art of Francisco Goya.
The actress will be seen completely naked during torture scenes in the historical drama Goya's Ghosts, which focuses on revered artist Francisco Goya.