The Family of Carlos IV, 1800 | Goya | Painting Reproduction
The Family of Carlos IV, 1800 | Goya | Painting Reproduction

The Family of Carlos IV, 1800
Francisco de Goya (1746-1828)

Location: Prado Museum Madrid Spain
Original Size: 280 x 336 cm
5/5 | 2 Reviews
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SKU: GOY-16850
Painting Size: $3240.09
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I recently framed the painting of Carlos IV. The painting is incredible. I just want to say great work again. It truly is a pleasure to look at.
The Family of Charles IV by Goya framed
2nd December 2016 1:53pm
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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes - "The Family of Charles IV"

The 13 figures (and the self-portrait of the painter in the background to the left) are placed, as if on an ideal chessboard, in "wings" that are balanced with respect to Queen Maria Luisa and the King, but following diagonal axes and disposed in uneven masses. A movement and displacement are thus created in the composition, which is accentuated by the almost revolving central group; while the background is also sectioned unequally by the canvas hanging on the wall.

The magnificence of the ceremonial costumes is almost vulgar; they glitter with silks, gold and silver embroidery and masses of bejewelled and beribboned decorations. Cast shadows and thick hollows of shadow form a lowering, clouded atmosphere, an unquiet and in places anxious climate, reflected in the poses of the figures, some of which have been caught in attentive and others in distracted attitudes.

It is a group portrait of royal personages who, perhaps because of the burning vitality they emanate, forgave the artist his aggressive exposure of their characters. Goya's insight borders on cruelty as he parades the series of masks, some of which (the old Maria Josefa, the Queen) are carried boldly close to the grotesque. In all the figures there is something hooked, occasionally feral, that reveals vitality but even more the repressed or inarticulate violence of weak aristocratic temperaments - the vices of a decadent race.
6th June 2016 11:53am

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