Often considered the first truly modern artist, Goya was a shrewd observer of the uproarious events in the late 18th and early 19th century Spain. From his sly critique of the ruling class to his satirical view of the society around him, Goya leaves a testimony of his time.
His highly inventive work, his engravings’ dreamlike subjects and grotesque imagery, and his witty social commentary presaged the works of Picasso and the Surrealism of Salvador Dali.
In this workshop we will not only discover Goya’s fascinating art, but also the tumultuous political context of the Spain of his time.
Join us on Saturday 20th June from 3pm to 4.30pm. You will receive the link to join your lesson on Zoom.
Recommended level of Spanish: A2 or above. Please type your level of Spanish in the order comments box at checkout.