The painting is a cartoon that displays a hunter loading what appears to be a shotgun. Also, there is a dog lying down at his feet and a couple of other hunters behind him. There are also some trees that surround the hunters, bringing out the notion that they are in a forest. The painting brings out an inspiring mood. The rifle being held by the hunter gives a thrill to the painting. This picture was actually made for Prince Carlos IV and Princess Maria Luisa de Parma, Prince and Princess of Asturias. It was meant to hang at their dining room. It was a rather flawless picture. After a look at this painting, one has to admire Goya's attention to detail. The picture is enough to brighten up any dull surface on the wall. The painting is on display in Museo Nacional del Prado, also called The Prado museum. It is located in Madrid, Spain. Also, present there are other paintings of Francisco Goya.
Francisco was a talented man. He was a pioneer in the use of slashing brushstrokes for painting. This technique was not very common in the twentieth century, but Goya made several great paintings from it. Subsequently, as the twentieth century progressed, other painters followed in his footsteps and made awesome paintings from this technique. Goya used oil on canvas to come up with this painting. This was a common medium back then, and many painters used it. However, what made him stand out is his creativity and his eye for detail.
Francisco de Goya worked for the Spanish royal court in the 1770s. While here, he observed the problems that were ailing society and decided to get his inspiration there. Thus, he produced some works that criticized the political and social problems during the time. Additionally, Francisco was a man who appreciated nature. He made an interesting series of paintings that were all about hunters and nature at large. After his demise in 1828, his works have lived on and have been a source of inspiration to many other painters all over the globe. Also, he stood up to speak against oppression during his time through some of his paintings. This went on to inspire a change of governance and leadership then.