Competition: Goya tickets

We're giving you the chance to win tickets to The Courtauld Gallery's exhibition showcasing Goya's Witches and Old Women album of sketches.

Francisco Goya, He can no longer at the age of 98, c. 1819-23 J. Paul Getty Museum

Francisco Goya, He can no longer at the age of 98, c. 1819-23

Francisco Goya was a changed artist in middle age, deaf and disturbed, the artist began work on a series of personal sketches of witches, old women, demons and decrepit men; as The Guardian's art critic Jonathan Jones states, '[These works] are not fantasy art. They are the awful truth.' After Goya's death the eight albums were scattered amongst collectors and museums and The Courtauld's absorbing exhibition brings these deeply personal and haunting sketches back to life for all to see.

We're giving you the chance to win two tickets to the exhibition plus the accompanying catalogue, simply answer the question below correctly to be entered. The competition closes midnight on Friday 27 March, please read the terms and conditions carefully. Goya: The Witches and Old Women Album is on at The Courtauld Gallery until 25 May, get 50% off with a National Art Pass.

Venue details

The Courtauld Gallery Somerset House, Strand London WC2R 0RN 020 7848 2526 www.courtauld.ac.uk/gallery

Entry details

Free with National Art Pass (standard entry £7)

50% off entry during exhibitions

Daily, 10am – 6pm (last admission 5.30pm)
24 Dec, 10am – 4pm
Closed 25 and 26 Dec