Francisco Goya – First of the Moderns

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) was a renown Spanish artist best known for his subversive, satirical, and objective style. Although officially employed as a Spanish court painter, his best work was done apart from his official duties. Our SegPlayPC™ Goya collection comprises 26 patterns of his best works. There are several self portraits, nude and clothed Maja, numerous portraits (Dutchess of Alba, Isidoro Máiquez, Countess of Chichon, José Antonio, Juan Martin Diaz, Maria Teresa, Sabasa Garcia), and a number of period scenes (The Grape Harvest, Water Carrier, The Parasol). We’ve also included his dramatic and influential The Third of May 1808: The Execution of the Defenders of Madrid. There are also several from his Black Paintings (The Colossus, Saturn Devouring his Son, Duel with Cudgels, and Witches Sabbath).

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait

The Third of May

Saturn Devouring his Son

The Nude Maja

The Clothed Maja

Isidoro Máiquez

Dutchess of Alba

Self Portrait

The Parasol

Witches’ Sabbath

Countess of Chichon

Duel with Cudgels

Portrait of Maria Teresa

The Marquesa de Pontejos

Young Lady Wearing a Mantilla and Basquina

Thérèse Louise de Sureda

Bartolomé Sureda y Miserol

Francisca Sabasa y Garcia

The Colossus

Portrait of José Antonio, Marqués de Caballero

St. Peter Repentant

Juan Martin Diaz

Cazador junto a una fuente

The Grape Harvest

Tío Paquete

Water Carrier