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File:Francisco de Goya y Lucientes 054.jpg


Deutsch: Porträt der Familie Karls IV
English: Charles IV of Spain and His Family
Español: La familia de Carlos IV
Date 1800-1801
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 280 × 336 cm (110.2 × 132.3 in)
1st floor, room 32
Accession number P00726
Credit line Colección Real
English: Man in the shadows in background at left is Goya himself. Others, left to right (all dates are birth-death): Carlos Maria Isidro (1788-1855); the future Fernando VII (1784-1833); Maria Josefa (1744-1801), sister of Carlos IV; Ferdinand's future wife - it was unknown who she would be by the time the work was created;; María Isabel (1789-1848); Queen Maria Luisa (1751-1819); Francisco de Paula (1794-1848); King Carlos IV (1748-1819); Don Antonio Pascual, brother of the King (1755-1817); Carlota Joaquina (1775-1830, only part of head visible); Don Luis de Parma (1773-1803) and his wife Maria Luisa (1782-1824), holding baby Carlos Luis (1799-1883), the future Duke of Parma.
Español: La persona situada en las sombras al fondo a la izquierda es el mismo Goya. El resto, de izquierda a derecha (todas las fechas son nacimiento-defunción): Carlos María Isidro de Borbón (1788-1855); el futuro Fernando VII (1784-1833); María Josefa Carmela (1744-1801), hermana de Carlos IV; una mujer desconocida; María Isabel (1789-1848); reina María Luisa (1751-1819); Francisco de Paula (1794-1865); rey Carlos IV (1748-1819); don Antonio Pascual, hermano del rey (1755-1817); Carlota Joaquina, de la que sólo es visible parte de la cabeza (1775-1830); Luis de Etruria (1773-1803) y su mujer Maria Luisa (1782-1824), sosteniendo al bebé Carlos (1799-1883), el futuro duque de Parma.
Source/Photographer Museo Nacional del Prado


  1. a b Carlos IV de España con su familia at
  2. Edward J. Olszewski - Exorcising Goya's "The Family of Charles IV"


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