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 +<small>With the early 19th century ''[[Disasters of War]]'', Goya continued a tradition set in motion by French 17th artist [[Jacques Callot]] with his ''[[The Miseries and Disasters of War]]'', both of them criticizing the [[horrors of war]] in their art]]
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Disasters of War (1810s) by Francisco de Goya
With the early 19th century Disasters of War, Goya continued a tradition set in motion by French 17th artist Jacques Callot with his The Miseries and Disasters of War, both of them criticizing the horrors of war in their art

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