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Goya por Mark

  1. 1. March 30, 1746-April 16, 1828<br />Francisco de Goya<br />
  2. 2. Started by painting scenes for the royal tapestry factory<br />Before long he became a court painter for the Spanish.<br />During the Napoleonic invasion and the Spanish war of independence Goya was a French court painter.<br />Lived during France’s invasion of Spain then went deaf.<br />Went deaf and published the Caprichos<br />Created The Disasters of War<br />Ended with the Black Paintings<br />Realist and Romanticist<br />Often called the first of the moderns<br />Placed emphasis on emotions rather than on objects.<br />Biography<br />
  3. 3. The Caprichos<br />The Colossus<br />What Illness Did He Die From?<br />Gone For Good<br />
  4. 4. The Disasters of War<br />The Same<br />Not Either<br />The Third of May, 1808<br />
  5. 5. The Black Paintings<br />Saturn Devouring his Children<br />Witches in the Air<br />Two Women<br />
  6. 6. 3rd of May 1808<br />This painting was finished in 1814.At the time Napoleon was kicked out of Spain and Goya was upset at the current hate that the countries felt for each other.<br />It uses Dark colors in the background to draw attention to the foreground. It also contains bodies and complex shapes. It is part of the romanticism style.<br />
  7. 7. Saturn Devouring His Children<br />This painting was finished in 1823 in a time when Goya was hallucinating because of the yellow fever.<br />It is part of the Black Paintings done by Goya. He uses dark and pale colors to show the darkness and evil mankind. It also uses complex shapes. It is part of the Romanticism movement.<br />

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