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Art+Travel Europe: Goya and Madrid

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His dark paintings are some of history’s most dramatic, but Francisco de Goya actually got his start working for the court. Discover his life and work as you explore Madrid through the artist’s 19th-century eyes. From the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, where he taught, to the Puerto del Sol, home to the bloody uprising in his famous The Second of May, 1808, see the places ...more
Kindle Edition, 80 pages
Published March 16th 2010 by Museyon Inc
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