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Francisco de Goya y Lucientes

I didn't know Picasso but he knew me

The Witches Sabbath, 1798
March 30, 1746April 16, 1828

I didn't know Picasso but he knew me

The Parasol

The Parasol

1777
Christ on the Cross

Christ on the Cross

1780
Fighting Cats

Fighting Cats

1786-1788
Yard with Lunatics

Yard with Lunatics

1794
The Witches Flight

The Witches Flight

1797
The Witches Sabbath

The Witches Sabbath

1797-1798
God Forgive Her, It Was Her Mother

God Forgive Her, It Was Her Mother

1799
The Sleep Of Reason Produces Monsters

The Sleep Of Reason Produces Monsters

1799
The Clothed Maja

The Clothed Maja

1800
The Nude Maja

The Nude Maja

1800
Charles IV of Spain and His Family

Charles IV of Spain and His Family

1800-1801
Crowd in a Park

Crowd in a Park

1812
The Burial of the Sardine

The Burial of the Sardine

1812-1814
Executions on the Third of May

Executions on the Third of May

1814
Narcisa Baranana de Goicoechea

Narcisa Baranana de Goicoechea

1815
Self Portrait

Self Portrait

1815
Self-Portrait with Dr. Arrieta

Self-Portrait with Dr. Arrieta

1820
Saturn Devouring one of his Children

Saturn Devouring one of his Children

1823
1701
Renaissance painter wins the internet
Joseph Ducreux
A feminist prodigy charms the European elite
Angelica Kauffmann
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes
Virtuoso painter, political chameleon, complete jerk
Jacques-Louis David
Painted for Marie Antoinette and never made a dime
Élisabeth Vigée Le Brun
1900

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