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    Goya- The Duchess of Alba with the Child Maria de la Luz.

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    Goya- The Duchess of Chinchón.

    La duquesa de Alba teniendo en sus brazos a María de la Luz, su hija adoptiva. Este dibujo esta en el Álbum de Sanlúcar por Francisco de Goya

    Portrait of the Duchess of Alba, wearing Spanish mantilla, by Ignacio Zuloaga.

    La Duquesa de Alba no podía faltar en este álbum.

    María del Rosario de Silva, Duchess of Alba by Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta (1870-1945). Her fairytale marriage lasted fourteen years before the Duchess Rosario prematurely died of tuberculosis aged 34. On 26 March 1926 she had given birth to her only child Cayetana, nicknamed ‘Tana’, who grew up adored by her father.

    The Duchess of Alba in White by Francisco de Goya, 1795. Photo by Ricardo Labougle for World of Interiors.

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    The Duchess of Alba Arranging her Hair - Francisco Goya

    The Duchess of Alba and the ‘Beata’" (details), 1795, Francisco Goya.

    The Duchess of Alba (detail), Francisco de Goya Y Lucientes, 1795

    Francisco Goya, 'Saturn Devouring one of his children' (1821-3). Saturn has decided to eat all of his sons. Why? You might ask. Because he was told in a prophecy that one of them would overthrow him. He devours them all, except one - Jupiter, who is exiled to Crete by Saturn’s wife. Jupiter grows up, returns to his birthplace and kills his father in revenge. This is one of the fourteen so-called Black Paintings that Goya painted directly onto the walls of his house. 15 Jun 2012

    Pablo Picasso

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    Picasso.

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