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Goya in Aragon

Francisco de Goya was born on 30 March 1746 in Fuendetodos (Zaragoza) and had ties to Aragon since childhood. In Zaragoza, Goya began his education at the Escuelas Pías school and was trained in the craft of painting, first in Luzán’s workshop and then with his brother-in-law Francisco Bayeu. His first paintings, which he finished between 1760 and 1781, are conserved in Aragon, along with other works created at various times and with different techniques.

At the Goya Museum–Ibercaja Collection, we are waiting for your next visit.

In addition, we propose a route for you to learn about the figure and work of this universal Aragonese artist.

Province of Zaragoza

Province of Huesca

 Further information about Goya in Aragon is available at the Goya Foundation in Aragon