Goya Paintings

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Francisco de Goya paintings are some of the most academically respected art works from all of European art from the past few centuries and this article looks into Goya's career in general, as well as one of his most major paintings, The Third of May. There will also be some discussion of the life and career of Francisco de Goya in general too, which in view of his achievements is absolutely necessary.

Those who like the Third of May from Goya may also appreciate his other notable paintings including The Parasol, La maja desnuda, La maja vestida, The Second of May 1808, The Third of May 1808, The family of Charles IV of Spain, Saturn Devouring One of His Children, The Witches' Sabbath, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, from "Los Caprichos", The Dog, The Colossus, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, Plate 43 of "Los Caprichos", Don Manuel Osorio de Zuniga, Nude Maja and Saturn Devouring One of His Sons, from the Series of Black Paintings. In truth, there is a huge collection of Goya paintings which are academically respected and well worth checking out when you next get the opportunity.

Francisco de Goya reproduction copies are currently supremely popular and it is unsurprising considering the quality of the paintings produced by this highly prestigious painter who remains in our minds many centuries after his career took place. There are some great deals available online for this artist because so many are interested in buying Goya paintings to add to their own homes, be it as posters, prints or stretched canvases. We feel that generally Goya paintings are best served as framed art giclee prints.

We have mentioned previously some of the best known works of Goya, but there are also others worth checking out such as Goya's House, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, Plate 43 of "Los Caprichos, Blind Man's Buff, Those Specks of Dust: Perico the Cripple, Who was Caught Giving Love Potions to Lovers, This is Worse, Plate 37 of "The Disasters of War", Linda Maestra, Plate 68 of "Los Caprichos", St. Justina and St. Rufina, Alejandro O'Reilly and The Witches' Sabbath or the Great He-Goat.

We urge you firmly to check out the best of Francisco de Goya at your next opportunity as there truly is so much to see from his impressive career which pleasingly remains well researched and studied today, with academics still in awe of much of what he produced.
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