Lecture at Carcassonne

  • In fine arts, it is always better to have some keys to read works and artists. Thus, when it comes to pictorial art, it is usual to link painters to a "painting school". Come to attend a conference presented by Marie-Laure Ruiz-Maugis, art historian Friday, December 13, 2019 at 17h on GOYA. Francisco Jose de Goya and Lucientes, says Francisco de Goya (Fuendetodos, 1746- Bordeaux, 1828). His early works bear witness to his Baroque formation. He makes the traditional trip to Rome where he impregnates works of the great masters before his return to Zaragoza. In Madrid, he became a tapestry draftsman for the Royal Santa Barbara Manufactory, where the evolution of his style was marked by the greater importance accorded to the figures. He is named painter of the king of Spain, his portraits are distinguished by the richness of his palette where the gray dominate. In 1792, he became ill and became deaf, which impacts both his life and his work. With the series of oil paintings on dry wall the Black Paintings, he anticipates contemporary painting and various avant-garde movements of the twentieth century. Free
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