1746 - 1828
Illustration, Fine Art, Painting, Printmaking, Old Master Print
Francisco de Goya was a Spanish romantic painter and printmaker regarded both as the last of the Old Masters and the first of the moderns.
Bringing the work of Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein and Robert Longo, the Deichtorhallen exhibition will show how these artists reflected their times.
The film Goya's Ghosts explores the forces driving Goya to create his complex and dark oeuvre.
As one of the oldest printing techniques, drypoint etching is a versatile method of print production. Learn about the technique of the famous images here!
Though war paintings can be traced back to the ancient times only works of contemporary masters focus on the grief and devastation war brings.
In Third of May, 1808 artwork we can see the transition from heroic military paintings to a more modern portrayal of war atrocities.
The importance of Spanish painters for major shifts and turns of art history can not be overlooked. Explore some of its major names and their heritage.
Francisco de Goya is considered as the most important Spanish artist of the late 18th and early 19th-century.
Behold the list of the most terrifying, bizarre, blood-freezing paintings made by the world's greatest masters that have marked the whole history of art.
The Spanish painter Francisco Goya was master of horror and the painting Saturn Devouring His Son is part of the Black Paintings series.
Line art hides all the mysteries and ideas of the creative process and it can take a variety of forms and categories. See some examples here
Witness the example of one of the most disturbing images of art history and explore the quality of line and the use of traditional printmaking technique
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