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Books on Francisco Goya Y Lucientes (1541 - 1614)
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Disasters of War
by Francisco Goya
Paperback (December 1968)
Dover Pubns; ISBN: 0486218724
Goya
Goya
by Robert Hughes
Hardcover from Knopf
Goya: Drawings from His Private Albums
by Juliet Wilson Bareau, Juliet Wilson-Bareau, Francisco Goya, Hayward Gallery
from Lund Humphries Pub Ltd
 
Francisco Goya Y Lucientes: 1746-1828
by Janis Tomlinson
Paperback - 320 pages Reprint edition (April )
Phaidon Press Inc.
Goya : Another Look
by Joseph J. Rishel, Ashley West (Contributor), Lauren K. Chang (Contributor)
Paperback - 72 pages
Philadelphia Museum of Art; ISBN: 0876331312
 
Goya
Goya
by Jose Gudiol, Goya
Hardcover from Poligrafa
Francisco Goya, 1746-1828 (Taschen Basic Art)
Francisco Goya, 1746-1828 (Taschen Basic Art)
by Rose-Marie Hagen, Rainer Hagen
Paperback from Taschen
From El Greco to Goya: Painting in Spain,1561-1828 (Perspectives)
From El Greco to Goya: Painting in Spain,1561-1828 (Perspectives)
by Janis Tomlinson
Paperback from Prentice Hall
Goya
Goya
by Fred Licht, Francisco Goya
Hardcover from Abbeville Press
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Francisco Goya (Getting to Know the World s Greatest Artists)
Francisco Goya (Getting to Know the World's Greatest Artists)
by Mike Venezia
Paperback from Children's Press(CT)
Great Goya Etchings: The Proverbs, The Tauromaquia and The Bulls of Bordeaux (Dover Books on Fine Art)
Great Goya Etchings: The Proverbs, The Tauromaquia and The Bulls of Bordeaux (Dover Books on Fine Art)
by Francisco Goya
Paperback from Dover Publications
Goya
by Silvia Riboldi
Born in Spain in 1746, Francisco Goya lived during the turbulent times. He was censored by the Inquisition. He was inspired by the ideas of the French Revolution, and shocked and saddened when France invaded Spain. Devoting his whole life to painting, Goya never stopped experimenting in his art, and changed style several times, always with extraordinary results. His works include great court portraits, brilliant religious frescoes, horrifying satirical etchings, lithographs of bullfighting, dramatic representations of historical events, and the nightmare visions of the black paintings. This book chronicles the life and art of Goya, showing how, in his mature works, this unique artist was strikingly ahead of his time.
Reading level: Ages 9-12
Library Binding - 64 pages Peter Bedrick Books
 
Discoveries: Goya (Discoveries)
Discoveries: Goya (Discoveries)
by Jeannine Baticle
Paperback from Harry N Abrams
1994
Painting in Spain in the Age of Enlightenment: Goya and His Contemporaries
by Ronda Kasl (Editor), Suzanne L. Stratton;
Paperback University of Washington Press
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Goya and the Duchess of Alba (Pegasus Library)
by Susann Waldmann
Hardcover, 128 pages 
International Book Import Service, Inc.

Goya (Art and Ideas)
by Sarah Symmons
Paperback - 352 pages Phaidon Press Inc.

Goya in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
by Colta Feller Ives, Susan Alyson Stein, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Hardcover Metropolitan Museum of Art
 

Los Caprichos
Francisco Goya
Considered Goya’s most brilliant work, this collection combines corrosive satire and exquisite technique to depict 18th-century Spain as a nation of grotesque monsters sprung up in the absence of reason.
 Publisher: Dover Publications (June 1, 1969) 
Language: English 
ISBN-10: 0486223841 
Paperback: 183 pages
Old Man Goya
by Julia Blackburn
(Hardcover)

Goya: Images of Women
by Janis Tomlinson (Editor), et al
(Hardcover)

Goya Engravings and Lithographs
by Tomas Harris
(Hardcover - September 1983)
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Drawings of Goya (Master Draughtsman Series)
by Max Huggler
(Paperback - December 1991)
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Goya
by Fred Licht
(Hardcover)

From El Greco to Goya: Painting in Spain, 1561-1828
by Janis Tomlinson
Paperback - 176 pages 
Harry N Abrams
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