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Los Desastres de la Guerra - No. 30 - Estragos de la Guerra. Grabado. Francisco de Goya.

Los Desastres de la Guerra - No. 30 - Estragos de la Guerra. Grabado. Francisco de Goya.

Francisco de Goya | Los Caprichos N°58 -TRAGALA PERRO

Francisco de Goya | Los Caprichos N°58 -TRAGALA PERRO

Goya, Les Désastres de la guerre, 1820 (édités en 1862), Grande hàzaña ! Con muertos ! (Grands faits d'armes ! avec des morts !), n°39/83

Goya, Les Désastres de la guerre, 1820 (édités en 1862), Grande hàzaña ! Con muertos ! (Grands faits d'armes ! avec des morts !), n°39/83

Francisco de Goya: “Bellos consejos”. Serie “Los caprichos” [15]. Etching, aquatint and burin on paper, 215 x 151 mm , 1797-99. Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, Spain

Francisco de Goya: “Bellos consejos”. Serie “Los caprichos” [15]. Etching, aquatint and burin on paper, 215 x 151 mm , 1797-99. Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, Spain

Danse des morts. - Otto DIX

Danse des morts. - Otto DIX

Goya - Befreit uns niemand von unseren Fesseln ca 1799 - Francisco de Goya - Wikimedia Commons

Goya - Befreit uns niemand von unseren Fesseln ca 1799 - Francisco de Goya - Wikimedia Commons

Francisco de Goya, Les Désastres de la guerre, n°33 "Que faire de plus ?" (1810-1815)

Francisco de Goya, Les Désastres de la guerre, n°33 "Que faire de plus ?" (1810-1815)

Francisco de Goya - Prisionero encadenado, 1807

Francisco de Goya - Prisionero encadenado, 1807

Jake and Dinos Chapman, Great Deeds against the Dead, 1994

Jake and Dinos Chapman, Great Deeds against the Dead, 1994

Francisco de Goya. Loco (Madman). During the last thirty years of his life, he drew some 550 sheets, collected into eight albums, which describe Goya’s vision of humanity with unequalled power of expression. Album G  contains 15  studies of mentally ill people. His acutely accurate depictions suggests Goya was deeply interested in mental illness, and also that he must have obtained access to the closed institutions where these people were held, to observe them at first hand.

Francisco de Goya. Loco (Madman). During the last thirty years of his life, he drew some 550 sheets, collected into eight albums, which describe Goya’s vision of humanity with unequalled power of expression. Album G contains 15 studies of mentally ill people. His acutely accurate depictions suggests Goya was deeply interested in mental illness, and also that he must have obtained access to the closed institutions where these people were held, to observe them at first hand.

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