Francisco de Goya’s “Self Portrait with Dr. Arrieta” is another painting that expresses the relatable emotions that that subjects are feeling. It is clear through the facial expressions Goya places on himself and Dr. Arrieta, that Goya himself is very near death and the doctor is attempting the help him. The agony on Goya’s, and his pail complexion show that he is not in pleasant state. He appears to be refusing medication, possibly showing that he has given up on struggle with illness. The doctor’s expression is puzzling, he is gazing into the distance, and almost looks like he has given up as well. Goya uses light and dark contrast, like Delacroix and Waterhouse, to expression the seriousness of the painting.