+ 1 (707) 877-4321
+ 33 977-198-888

Order Painting Copy : The Madhouse by Francisco De Goya (1746-1828, Spain) | WahooArt.com

Claude Monet Birthday, 25% off sitewide! Valid:14/11/2018

FREE Shipping. FREE Returns All the time. See details.

Order Painting Copy : The Madhouse by Francisco De Goya (1746-1828, Spain) | WahooArt.com
pic0 pic
Hand made oil painting

   28 "   
  Order Painting Copy : The Madhouse by Francisco De Goya (1746-1828, Spain) | WahooArt.com  
17 " 


Research the best source painting photo

Protective Varnish

Artist painter

Margins around the painting

Free worlwide shipping !
Your painting will be shipped one week after you approve the photo by e-mail. Average delivery time is one week based on location. The delay to paint the artwork is between 20 to 30 days depending of its size and complexity. We use the following carriers and will send you the tracking code after your painting has been shipped : DHL, UPS, FedEx, etc..
Customs taxes refund

We can customize your artwork to your specifications!
Want to replace the face on the painting with your own? No problem! We can replace faces inside artwork, change backgrounds, or even replace objects within the painting. Once your order is received, we will contact you by email to determine your exact requirements.

Gift Service
Gift wrap + Gift card with your message. (After submitting your order, write the Gift Message trough the links sent in the order confirmation)

Type of canvas for your painting.
We recommend Linen due to its strength and resistance to decay. Because the Linen is woven from flax, the weave of the Linen shows through the many layers of paint thereby producing a distinctive, authentic look. Because Linen retains its own natural oils, the canvas is more flexible and has a more natural looking weaved finish than Cotton will produce. Mural artworks will be painted on light cotton canvas.

Have a WahooArt.com promotion code?
Enter the code below and click “OK”

Promotion: BIRTHDAY-CM activated !

  • Oil Painting
  • OilPainting [{A-6E3T8W}]
  • FRAME(2018HK)
  • Linen
  • Dim(28 x 17 inch (71 x 43 cm))
  • Francisco De Goya-The Madhouse
  • Worldwide DHL/Fedex Shipping
  • Promotion: -105.75USD
  • Total: 317 USD


317 USD View Cart



Paypal Credit Card



Send by Email
For any information please contact us on contact@WahooArt.com

Paintings are rarely damaged or lost during shipping. If it does happen, we will make a new painting for you and ship it free of charge.

We ship to 150 countries. Shipping is free to all countries.

If the delivery company ask you to pay customs taxes. WahooArt.com will refund you all taxes paid.

If you return the Artwork within the 30-days period, you will be refunded 100% of your original payment.

Based on 165 Ratings from Actual Customers on ArtShopReviews.com

Thank you for your business, your trust and your confidence. It is a pleasure for us to provide you the best quality Art
Hand made oil painting
We specialize in oil paintings. With quality being the utmost important, our reproductions can take up to two weeks to create. We can create paintings in all sizes. With our talented oil painters, we offer 100% hand made oil paintings on various subjects and styles. Most of our oil painters were strictly trained and cultivated when they were in schools and colleges, this helps us handle all classic style commissions easily. WahooArt.com have 10 years experience in the oil painting industry. If you are not 100% satisfied we will refund 100% of your order.

- FAQ 1/2
- FAQ 2/2
- Giclée print of your own

Loading Francisco De Goya biography....

WahooArt.com - Francisco De Goya
Arts & Entertainment > Hobbies & Creative Arts > Artwork
OilPainting [{A-6E3T8W}]-VARNISH-FRAME(2018HK)-PROMOTION(BIRTHDAY-CM)-Linen-Dim(28 x 17 inch (71 x 43 cm))-Francisco De Goya-The Madhouse
The Madhouse (Casa de locos) or Asylum (Manicomio) is an oil-on-panel painting by Francisco de Goya. He produced it between 1812 and 1819. It shows a mental asylum, with its inhabitants in many different poses. Marked by a Piranesian and claustrophobic architecture, the painting's only light source is a barred window high up on the wall, clearly meant to repress the figures below. These figures are distinct characters, all engaged in grotesque and pitiable behaviour - one wears what seems to be a wild-feathered headdress, another is fighting in a tricorne, another makes a gesture of blessing to the viewer, whilst many of the others are naked. The subject of psychiatric institutions was a hot topic in the salons of the Spanish Enlightenment and so this painting could be meant as a denunciation of then-current practice in that area. Even if it is not, Goya was always attracted to representing madness, deformity or perversion. Some of the figures can also be interpreted allegorically, as a gallery of parodies of powerful figures in society, such as the clergy or the army (the man in the tricorne hat). It develops the topic of 'the world of dreams' ('mundo al revés') and and is related to Goya's engravings series Los disparates. Goya had already touched on the issue in his 1793 painting Corral de locos, but The Madhouse shows greater variety, with less mad, less picturesque, more individualised and more characterised figures, shown more humanity and clearly marked as poor victims of marginalisation and rejection.
Francisco De Goya
In stock