Francisco de Goya, Saturn Devouring His Son, (1819-1823). Professional Artist is the foremost business magazine for visual artists. Visit ProfessionalArtistMag.com.- www.professionalartistmag.com

Francisco de Goya, Saturn Devouring His Son, (1819-1823). Professional Artist is the foremost business magazine for visual artists. Visit ProfessionalArtistMag.com.- www.professionalartistmag.com

Francisco de Goya - Saturn Devouring His Son, 1823 at Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid Spain

Francisco de Goya - Saturn Devouring His Son, 1823 at Museo Nacional del Prado Madrid Spain

Peter Paul Rubens' more Baroque-style Saturn Devouring His Son (1636) may have inspired Goya

Peter Paul Rubens' more Baroque-style Saturn Devouring His Son (1636) may have inspired Goya

The Top 10 Most Important Paintings of All Time

The Top 10 Most Important Paintings of All Time

Goya - Saturn Devouring His Son. it depicts the Greek myth of the Titan Cronus (in the title Romanised to Saturn), who, fearing that he would be overthrown by one of his children, ate each one upon their birth. Sounds like a logical thing to do.

A Brief Survey of Art History’s Most Macabre Paintings  Francisco Goya, Saturn Devouring His Son

A Brief Survey of Art History’s Most Macabre Paintings

A Brief Survey of Art History’s Most Macabre Paintings Francisco Goya, Saturn Devouring His Son

.. Ivan the Terrible and his Son Ivan, 1885. Close-up. By Ilya Repin. Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com

.. Ivan the Terrible and his Son Ivan, 1885. Close-up. By Ilya Repin. Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com

Goya "Saturn Devouring his Children". Much prefer his work once he went mad!

Goya "Saturn Devouring his Children". Much prefer his work once he went mad!

Francisco Goya, 1820s. painted a  series of 14 images known as the Black Paintings, which a half-century after his death were cut from the walls of his country house on the outskirts of Madrid. Even in the sanitized confines of the Prado Museum, these nightmarish visions are frightening.

Francisco Goya, 1820s. painted a series of 14 images known as the Black Paintings, which a half-century after his death were cut from the walls of his country house on the outskirts of Madrid. Even in the sanitized confines of the Prado Museum, these nightmarish visions are frightening.

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