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Goya

Goya

Basílica del Pilar

Francisco de Goya produced two works that continue to adorn the Basílica del Pilar, the first being ``Adoration of the Name of God`` in the Coreto de la Virgen. The second work, known as ``The Queen of Martyrs``, is an extraordinarily beautiful fresco depicting the Virgin surrounded by Aragonese martyrs. It can be found next to the San Joaquín Chapel.

Basílica del Pilar

Zaragoza Museum

A few kilometres from Zaragoza lies the Real Cartuja de Santa María de Aula Dei, in whose Church Goya painted a total of eleven murals, of which seven have been preserved. The scenes feature a blend of dramatic staging with realistic touches, combining the late Baroque and Rococo styles that the painter had developed through his training and Italian influences.

Zaragoza Museum

Goya Museum Ibercaja Collection

The Palacio de Los Pardo is home to the Goya Museum. The pictorial works exhibited span the 15th to the 20th century. Particularly noteworthy is the room dedicated exclusively to five series of etchings by Goya: Los Caprichos, La Tauromaquia, Los Disparates or Proverbios, Los Desastres de la Guerra and Los Toros de Burdeos.

Camón Aznar Museum

Cartuja de Aula Dei

A few kilometres from Zaragoza lies the Real Cartuja de Santa María de Aula Dei, in whose Church Goya painted a total of eleven murals, of which seven have been preserved. The scenes feature a blend of dramatic staging with realistic touches, combining the late Baroque and Rococo styles that the painter had developed through his training and Italian influences.

Goya Route

Cartuja de Aula Dei

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