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The power of the caricature

Caricature and political satire go back at least as far as the printing press. Hogarth (1697-1764) introduced sequential art, that is story telling, as well as a wonderful lot of satire. Goya (1746–1828 made some of the most vicious political

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Goya’s late work: art and mortality

In his late work Goya’s painting presaged and influenced the art of the next centuries. It was informed by the same themes as in his life’s work, but also by his old age and by his impending death.

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