francisco de goya

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francisco goya
Mahpus, çıplak Maya gibi eserlerin sahibi ispanyol ressam(1746-1828)
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a Spanish artist famous especially for his portraits of members of the royal families of Spain (1746-1828). born March 30, 1746, Fuendetodos, Spain died April 16, 1828, Bordeaux, France Spanish painter and printmaker. He came to maturity in 1775 with the first of some 60 cartoons for the royal tapestry factory of Santa Bárbara, painted through 1792. In 1780 he was elected to the Royal Academy in Madrid and in 1786 was appointed painter to Charles III. By 1799, under the patronage of Charles IV, he had become the most successful and fashionable artist in Spain; his famous The Family of Charles IV was painted at this time (1800). Though he welcomed his honours and success, the record he left of his patrons and their society is ruthlessly penetrating. The eroticism of his famous Naked Maja and Clothed Maja ( 1800-05) caused him to be summoned before the Inquisition in 1815. After an illness left him permanently deaf in the 1790s, his work took on an exaggerated realism that borders on caricature. His 80 Caprichos ("Caprices"; publ. 1799), satirical prints attacking political, social, and religious abuses, marked an outstanding achievement in the history of printmaking. When Napoleon invaded Spain (1808-15), Goya produced the 82-etching series The Disasters of War (1810-20). He settled in Bordeaux, France, in 1824, resigned as court painter in 1826, and began working in lithography. He had no immediate followers, but his work profoundly influenced 19th-century European art
{i} (1746-1828) Spanish painter and graphic artist, creator of "Maja nude" and "Maja clothed
francisco de goya


    Fran·cis·co de Goy·a

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    fränsîskō dı goyı


    /franˈsəskō də ˈgoiə/ /frænˈsɪskoʊ də ˈɡɔɪə/

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