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Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Francisco de Goya's The Letter: The Woman of Enlightenment Spain.
Urbain 1 Francisco de Goya's The Letter: However no depiction is the same. The women of Goya constantly evolve along with his style and technique: However, it is these genre paintings that reflect the new intrigue and temperament Goya had towards Spanish women during his later career. His genre painting of The Letter Fig.
Images of women, exh cat, ed. National Gallery of Art, p. Urbain 3 his hind legs below. Behind her to the left, is another woman dressed in dark clothing and painted with less clarity.
In the midground, a rough, dark mass of laundresses washing clothes in the river contrasts against the hanging lines of white sheets drying in the dark grey sky. In this genre painting, Goya clearly depicts women outside the private sphere of the home, which was characteristic of the revolutionary ideas in Enlightenment Spain.
During the eighteenth century, Spanish women were becoming more public, intermingling with the sphere of men, to become more aware of the world around them. For women were the force behind the textile and domestic labor industry, which was an industry only slightly more evolved than their duties as household heads.