Goya kept the live studies of King Charles Bourbon IV and Queen Maria Luisa in his workshop. These studies were of help to him and his assistants since they frequently made a series of official portraits. Beneath the portrait of Maria Luisa was her original live study. Experts noted this after detecting the precise modelling, sharp facial expression, and the depth of her gaze. It was evident that the portrait was the first because of her fashionable large hat and dress. Goya later added a painting on the study to cover the black mole on her temple, the feathered hat, and her dress.

However, he preserved her youthful face and ensured that her fashion contrasted to the new 1800 style. The portrait indicates the different working methods of Goya. Maria Luisa wanted Goya to depict her as a girl from the people. He achieved this by using the form of a Mahi. In the portrait, she stands in a time majestic, a natural pose that indicates her royalty. Goya showcases her experience by covering her face with rouge. He worked towards showcasing the beauty of the quick by adding some life, spark, and attractiveness to the portrait. That is, he added lilac and a red bow in her hair and a sparkled black lace. The golden shoes added some soft gleam by shining under her black dress. Goya was able to impress the Queen and attain her satisfaction since she even commissioned two more copies.

He was an artist in Spain and was known for his paintings that ushered in classic painting styles into the modern era. Because of his achievements, the newer artists got to attain inspiration from his work. Most of his job entails recreations of war battles and royal members. His engravings, drawings, and paintings possessed a contemporary reflection of all the historical upheavals. His influence came from the 19th and 20th-century artists. The portrait of Maria Luisa is among The Clothed Maja and The Naked Maja masterpieces of between 1800 to 1805. Goya was one of the revolutionary artists since he was capable of making masterpieces with his rebellious character.