The main figure of Goya's, big size painting, Los Fusilamientos del tres de Mayo
From "Los fusilamientos del 3 de mayo" in which Goya wanted to commemorate the Spanish resistance in front of the french army during the occupation of 1808. The central figure is a man with a white shirt waiting to be executed by the french army. He doesn't look scared as the other prisoners; he looks ready, defiant and secure ready to embrace dead.
It had always impressed me so much the figure that I always though that I could get him out of the painting and alone.It expresses the strength of his values; he is down on his knees with his arms open, waiting for death to come. It is like he is embracing death while defending the values in which he believes.