Goya
Goya

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Goya

Acknowledgements

This course was written by Dr Linda Walsh.

This free course is an adapted extract from the course A207 From Enlightenment to Romanticism c.1780-1830, which is currently out of presentation

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Course image: Goya in Wikimedia available in the public domain.

Figure 1 Francisco de Goya, "Self Portrait", Plate 1 of "Los Caprichos" print series, 1799, etching, 22 x 15.3 cm, private collection. Photo: Bridgeman Art Library

Figure 2 After José Aparicio, "The Glories of Spain", engraving, after painting 1815-18, now lost, Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid. Photo: Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid.

Figure 3 Francisco de Goya, "Those Specks of Dust", plate 23 of "Los Caprichos" series, 1799, etching with aquatint, 21.9 x 15cm, private collection. Photo: Index/ Bridgeman Art Library

Figure 4 Francisco de Goya, "Charity", Plate 27 of "Disasters of War" series, 1810-14, etching, 16.3 x 23.6 cm, private collection. Photo: Index/Bridgeman Art Library

Figure 5 Francisco de Goya, "What Courage!", Plate 7 of "Disasters of War" series, 1810-14, etching, private collection. Photo: Inex/ Bridgeman Art Library

Figure 6 Francisco de Goya, "A Heroic Feat! With Dead Men!", Plate 39 of "Disasters of War" series, 1810-14, etching, 15.6 x 20.8 cm, private collection. Photo: Index/Bridgeman Art Library

Figure 7 Francisco de Goya, "As Far Back as his Grandfather", Plate 39 of "Los Caprichos" print series, 1799, etching with aquatint, 21.8 x 15.4 cm, private collection. Photo: Index/Bridgeman Art Library

Plate V2.1 Francisco de Goya, 'The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters', c.1798, etching with aquatint, 21.6 x 15.2 cm, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lille. Photo: © RMN/ Quecq d'Henripret

Francisco de Goya, "A Heroic Feat! With Dead Men!", Plate 39 of "Disasters of War" series, 1810-14, etching, 15.6 x 20.8 cm, private collection. Photo: Index/Bridgeman Art Library

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