►El Arte Macabro de Goya◄                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

►El Arte Macabro de Goya◄

I've always been drawn to literature about spiritual struggle. The puritans especially knew how to write about it. Young Goodman Brown is one of my faves.

The idiot by GOYA

The idiot by GOYA 1797 - One of a series of 80 etchings called Los Caprichos which saw Goya begin to explore darker subjects including mental health, which would culminate in The Black Paintings, also on this board.

Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes, The Dog 1819-1823  There is some controversy about the authorship of Goya’s Black Paintings, which include The Dog: The Secret of the Black Paintings- New York Times, 2003

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes, The Dog.The Dog is one of the Black Paintings Goya painted directly onto the walls of his house between 1819 and Museo del Prado, Madrid

Corral de Locos (Courtyard with Lunatics), Francisco de Goya (1746 - 1828), [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Courtyard with lunatics / Francisco de Goya / 1794 / Oil on tin plated iron / x cm / Meadows Museum, Dallas

Old man_Goya http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs16/f/2007/205/e/1/Goya__s_Old_Woman_by_vee209.jpg

This is a small study of 'Two Old People Eating Soup', one of the Black Paintings by Francisco Goya. I used a very limited palette, only yello. Goya's Old Woman

Francisco de Goya (1746–1828) and the Spanish Enlightenment | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum o...

Majas on a Balcony, Francisco de Goya, c. oil on canvas, The Met. Goya involves the viewer into the painting by placing the girl’s foot directly on the edge of the balcony railing/ edge of the canvas.

Mujeres Riendo, Francisco de Goya (Las Pinturas Negras, 1819-1823)

Las Pinturas Negras de Goya (Completas) - Arte Sublime

Francisco Goya (Spanish 1746–1828) [Romanticism] Dona Isabel de Porcel, 1806. National Gallery, London, UK.

Portrait of Doña Isabel de Porcel, by the Spanish painter Francisco Goya around The portrait depicts Isabel Lobo Velasco de Porcel, who was born at Ronda around 1780 and was the second wife of Antonio Porcel.