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The "World of Goya" is a comprehensive guide to the life and works of the Spanish master, Francisco de Goya. The book provides a thorough examination of Goya's unique artistic vision, his influences and inspirations, and the events and people that shaped his life.

The book covers Goya's early years as an artist in Madrid, his rise to fame as a court painter, and his eventual transition to more politically and socially charged works later in life. It also explores Goya's pioneering contributions to the development of modern art, including his innovative use of light and shadow, his groundbreaking depictions of the horrors of war, and his iconic portraits of Spanish royalty and nobility.