Francisco Goya, The Third of May, 1808, 1814

Things to think about when studying:

  • What historical event does Goya depict?
  • How does he portray the different figures? How does this piece function as propaganda, and what “side” does Goya take?

 

Posted on May 5 2013, with 447 Notes

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