Study the painting by Francisco de Goya, The Executions of the Third of May, 180

Study the painting by Francisco de Goya, The Executions of the Third of May, 1808.
After the French Revolution, Napoleon Bonaparte was the most powerful leader of France (1799-1815) In 1808, he invaded Spain to extend his empire. Goya, a native of Spain, portrays the execution of citizens by French soldiers during this event. Guerrilla warfare was a major problem for the French.
Please answer the following questions:
1) What message might Goya have been trying to convey to Spanish viewers by means of this painting?
2) What does this message suggest about the French occupation of Spain?
3) What associations might viewers of Goya’s day have made to the central figure in white?
4) Why do you think guerrilla warfare tactics, like poisoning drinking water or ambush, are so successful?
Think back to the colonists during the American Revolution.
Use link to also reference
https://www.britannica.com/event/French-Revolution