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Artist's description:

Goya's creativity in my interpretation.

“When I looked at the book of Francisco Goya with a series of his engravings“ Caprichos ”(there are 80 of them!), I was stunned.

These Nasty, evil faces. Prostitutes. Witches. Fraudsters - sharp lines, merciless images.

80 engravings - 80 vices, superstitions, sins of society.
Stupidity. Vanity. Debauchery. Fraud. Slander.

Goya believed that art could change the world, and used his position to experience bureaucratic government institutions, stupid habits, and false ideas.

Time is running. But nothing changes. Therefore, many engravings Caprichos relevant today.

I wanted to interpret one of them in my own way, in the technique of collage. See the photo.
The original is called “To the Second Knee,” and Goya’s explanation is “Genealogy and heraldry drive a poor animal crazy.” And he is not the only one. ”

“I don’t know how important the study of genealogy is now, but another topic is closer and clearer to me.

🤔 The fact that not all books are equally useful - the choice of subject should be approached with utmost responsibility. Given the constant lack of time, you need to read only useful literature. Many books are written only for PR or promoting the author as a specialist - they have few professional secrets, but a lot of self-promotion.

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The picture is made of "glossy-journals-scraps" in collage technique, is treated with a special protective varnish. Paper stretched on a wooden tablet.
It does not need to be framed, but you can do it.
Colors on the picture may slightly vary depending on individual settings of your monitor.
Please contact me if you have any questions. I will be glad to answer you.

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Materials used:

Paper, scraps of magazines, waterbased varnish for artists

Inspired by Francisco Goya , 30*40 cm (2017)

$132.07

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This artwork is sold by Olga Sennikova from Russia

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