Bruce Cole, Old in New in the Early Trecento In his article “Old in New in the Early Trecento”, Bruce Cole presents examples of early
Goya was a famous Spanish painter in the 18th century who lived through the Spanish Inquisition and the war. He was very prolific and painted throughout his life, even becoming director of the Royal Academy of Painters. Here we describe four of his works, given throughout his lifetime and analyze them and how they relate to Goya’s perfect universe.
Consider the role of competitions and collaboration in the light of the great architectural and sculptural projects of Early Renaissance Florence (Orsanmichele, Baptistery, Duomo, cantore).
Originally, the Greek myth was about Heracles, known today through Roman interference, as Hercules. The original significance of the story of Hercules is that even