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|Title||The Inquisition Tribunal|
|Date||between 1812 and 1819|
|Medium||oil on panel|
|Dimensions||Height: 46 cm (18.1 in). Width: 73 cm (28.7 in).|
|Source/Photographer||Web Gallery of Art: Image Info about artwork|
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|JPEG file comment||GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco de
(b. 1746, Fuendetodos, d. 1828, Bordeaux)
The Inquisition Tribunal 1812-19 Oil on panel, 46 x 73 cm Museo de la Real Academia de San Fernando, Madrid
The Inquisition was introduced in Spain in the 15th century as a form of court run by the Church and intended to protect the monarchy. The last public 'auto da fé' was staged in Madrid in 1874. Nevertheless, under Ferdinand such a 'historical' scene could still be classed as anticlerical propaganda and could get the artist into trouble.
Author: GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco de Title: The Inquisition Tribunal Form: painting Time-line: 1801-1850 School: SpanishType: other
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