In Goya's letters to Zapater, his childhood friend in Zaragoza, the painter approaches personal issues and includes drawings in the text that occasionally allude to the interest for hunting who both the sender and the addressee. In these ones, as in other letters to Zapater, the human side of genius appears, not only the concern for domestic issues but also a sincere affection for his friend.


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