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  • They are selling a brutal, domineering, degenerate culture, making their listeners and viewers wallow in it, plumbing the depths of the subconscious, drawing forth Goyaesque images of bestiality and violence and death.

    Hullabaloo

  • Here is a Goyaesque photograph of two of the more than three dozen young victims of the Israeli slaughter at Qana: Dos niñas muertas por el bombardeo de Cana.

    In Brief

  • The closest approximation is Luis Buñuel's steadfast Goyaesque gaze at the rural Spanish inhabitants deformed by poverty and malnutrition in Las Hurdes/Land Without Bread (1933).

    In Full Swing: Sexual Liberation in L.A.

  • In a corner, there were Goyaesque mounds of bodies, lost in one another.

    The Body

  • Against these rude gipsies the refined grace and Goyaesque elegance of La Argentina stand forth in high relief, La Argentina, in whose hands the castanets become as potent an instrument for our pleasure as the violin does in the fingers of Jascha Heifetz.

    The Merry-Go-Round

  • Johnson captured the zeitgeist of the artworld a few years ago when he depicted George Bush as a Goyaesque pink bat creature.

    BEAUTIFUL/DECAY MAGAZINE

  • Authorities said the painting, which has hung in The Prado for 78 years, was "Goyaesque but not by Goya".

    European Tribune

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