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Saturn Devouring His Son, c. Oil mural transferred to canvas, x Museo del Prado, Madrid. By Francisco Goya

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The bewitched man 1798 Francisco de Goya

Francisco Goya (Spanish 1746–1828) [Romanticism] Dona Isabel de Porcel, 1806. National Gallery, London, UK.

Portrait of Doña Isabel de Porcel, by the Spanish painter Francisco Goya around The portrait depicts Isabel Lobo Velasco de Porcel, who was born at Ronda around 1780 and was the second wife of Antonio Porcel.

The Nightmare (Mary Shelley used this painting as inspiration for the scene in Frankenstein where Elizabeth is found.) by Fuselli

"The Nightmare" by Henry Fuseli, 1782

The idiot by GOYA

The idiot by GOYA 1797 - One of a series of 80 etchings called Los Caprichos which saw Goya begin to explore darker subjects including mental health, which would culminate in The Black Paintings, also on this board.

Corral de Locos (Courtyard with Lunatics), Francisco de Goya (1746 - 1828), [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Courtyard with lunatics / Francisco de Goya / 1794 / Oil on tin plated iron / x cm / Meadows Museum, Dallas

Old man_Goya

This is a small study of 'Two Old People Eating Soup', one of the Black Paintings by Francisco Goya. I used a very limited palette, only yello. Goya's Old Woman

Peter Paul Rubens' more Baroque-style Saturn Devouring His Son (1636) may have inspired Goya

Peter Paul Rubens Saturn Devouring His Son, 1636

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco de The Countess of Chinchón 1800 Oil on canvas, 216 x 144 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid

Portrait of the Countess of Chinchon Francisco de Goya Museo del Prado Spain 1800 AD

The Parasol - Francisco Goya -

The White Duchess (La Duquesa de Alba), 1795 by Goya