Francisco Goya to hiszpański malarz, grafik i rysownik okresu romantyzmu, nadworny malarz Karola III Burbona, Karola IV Burbona i Ferdynanda VII Burbona.Malował portrety i sceny rodzajowe, ale każdy z nas zna jego co najmniej trzy obrazy, które w czasach mu współczesnych wzbudziły sensacje, a i dziś patrzymy na nie zauroczeni, ale też niektórzy doszukują się w nich przekroczenia pewnych norm.Bardzo znany jego obraz to "Rozstrzelanie powstańców madryckich" i dwa obrazy prezentujące kobietę "Maja naga" i "Maja ubrana". Ale Goya namalował mnóstwo fantastycznych obrazów i o jego twórczości mówi dr Anna Matuszyńska.
Who was Francisco Goya?: A Discussion with Janis Tomlinson
Princeton UP Ideas Podcast
The life of Francisco Goya (1746–1828) coincided with an age of transformation in Spanish history that brought upheavals in the country’s politics and at the court which Goya served, changes in society, the devastation of the Iberian Peninsula in the war against Napoleon, and an ensuing period of political instability. In this revelatory biography, Janis Tomlinson draws on a wide range of documents—including letters, court papers, and a sketchbook used by Goya in the early years of his career—to provide a nuanced portrait of a complex and multifaceted painter and printmaker, whose art is synonymous with compelling images of the people, events, and social revolution that defined his life and era.Tomlinson challenges the popular image of the artist as an isolated figure obsessed with darkness and death, showing how Goya’s likeability and ambition contributed to his success at court, and offering new perspectives on his youth, rich family life, extensive travels, and lifelong friendships. She explores the full breadth of his imagery—from scenes inspired by life in Madrid to visions of worlds without reason, from royal portraits to the atrocities of war. She sheds light on the artist’s personal trials, including the deaths of six children and the onset of deafness in middle age, but also reconsiders the conventional interpretation of Goya’s late years as a period of disillusion, viewing them instead as years of liberated artistic invention, most famously in the murals on the walls of his country house, popularly known as the “black” paintings.A monumental achievement, Goya: A Portrait of the Artist (Princeton UP, 2020) is the definitive biography of an artist whose faith in his art and his genius inspired paintings, drawings, prints, and frescoes that continue to captivate, challenge, and surprise us two centuries later.Marshall Poe is the editor of the New Books Network. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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In episode two of, "The Inarticulate(s)", Benjamin, Ty & Zac take a look at another painting by Francisco Goya titled, "Cannibals". For the short biography of Francisco Goya, refer to episode one. Listen to the end of the show to find out who was the drunkest and consequently, who had to recreate this piece of art! To view the original piece of art and the recreation, visit our Instagram: @theinarticulates or visit our website: (https://theinarticulates.pinecast.co) Follow us on Instagram - @THEINARTICUATES If you'd like us to review your art, or have a recommendation for which piece we should review next, send us an e-mail to THEINARTICULATES@GMAIL.COM Support The Inarticulates by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/theinarticulates
In this pilot episode of, "The Inarticulate(s)", Benjamin, Ty & Zac take a look at the famous painting by Francisco Goya titled, "Saturn Devouring His Son". Listen to the end of the show to find out who was the drunkest and consequently, who had to recreate this piece of art which is your cover art for this episode! Follow us on Instagram - @THEINARTICUATES If you'd like us to review your art, or have a recommendation for which piece we should review next, send us an e-mail to THEINARTICULATES@GMAIL.COM Support The Inarticulates by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/theinarticulates
In this episode Dr Laura-Jane Foley meets the star of 'Strictly Come Dancing' and 'Judge Rinder' writer and barrister Robert Rinder. Robert chooses 'The Dog' by Spanish painter and printmaker Francisco Goya (1746 - 1828). Describing this haunting image as “profound and beautiful” Robert reveals a deeply emotional response to the artwork.To comment on the show please write to @laurajanefoley on Twitter and use the hashtag #MyFavouriteWorkOfArtPresented and produced by Dr Laura-Jane FoleyRecorded and edited at Wisebuddah, LondonTitle Music - 'Blue' from Colours by Dimitri ScarlatoSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.