Template:El Tres de Mayo, by Francisco de Goya, from Prado in Google Earth

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Artist
Francisco Goya (1746–1828) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q5432
Francisco Goya
Alternative names Francisco Goya Lucientes, Francisco de Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José Goya Lucientes
Description

Spanish painter and printmaker

Date of birth/death 16 April 1828
Location of birth/death Fuendetodos Bordeaux
Work location Madrid, Zaragoza, Bordeaux
Authority control
Title Spanish: El Tres de Mayo.
The Third of May
 wikidata:Q1091086
Date In 1814
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 2.66 × 3.451 m (2.9 × 3.8 yd)
Accession number P00749Accession number retrieved from Wikidata
Source/Photographer The Prado in Google Earth: Home - 7th level of zoom, JPEG compression quality: Photoshop 8.
Other versions El Tres de Mayo (Goya)

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