De Goya, Francisco
|Birthname||Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes|
|born on||30 March 1746|
|Place||Fuendetodos, Spain, 41n21, 0w52|
|Timezone||LMT m0w52 (is local mean time)|
Spanish artist, an engraver, etcher and lithographer, the most important painter of his day. As Court Painter in 1786, he became prosperous but never compromised his art. Goya was famed for his portraits and later portrayed the horrors of war.
As he aged, his work became darker, leaning toward nightmare subjects. He became deaf, and died of a stroke caused by post-viral disorder on 16 April 1828, Bordeaux, Spain.
- has other family relationship with Bayeu y Subías, Francisco (born 9 March 1734). Notes: Brothers-in-law
- Work : New Career 1786 (Court Painter)
LMR quotes reference for date; time unknown. (Penfield Collection gives 11:30 AM, stating that Andre Barbault thought he had Cancer rising. Barbault writes that he does not have the data.)
Starkman rectified to 10.33.22 LMT
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Stroke (Due to post-viral disorder, terminal)
- Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (Age 82)
- Vocation : Art : Fine art artist (Engraver, etcher, and lithographer)