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This is one of the first official portraits, if not the first, that Goya executed on the occasion of the crowning of the new Spanish reigning couple. Charles IV (1748-1819) king of Spain 1788-1808, son and successor of Charles III. He was a weak monarch dominated by his wife Maria Luisa of Parma and her lover, Manuel de Godoy, whom he appointed Prime Minister in 1792. Under Charles
Madrid, Spain, Spain, Style: Spanish Rococo Era/Romantic, School: Rococo/Romantic, Movement: Rococo/Romanticism, Spanish, Painting;, Painting
Style: Spanish Rococo Era/Romantic; School: Rococo/Romantic; Movement: Rococo/Romanticism; Spanish; Painting;
Madrid, Spain; Spain
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Unknown, "The Family of King Charles IV of Spain Charles IV and his Family" (2022). Art and Art History Collection (Saskia). 2949.