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  • El Famoso Americano, Mariano Ceballos; from the so-called "Bulls of Bordeaux" series of four lithographs

    1825
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Printed by Gaulon, Bordeaux, November 17, 29, and December 23, 1825. These four bullfighting images [21.10656, 21.10657, 21.10658, 21.10655] are usually referred to as the “Bulls of Bordeaux”

    Provenance

    Edmond Sagot (1857-1917) (Le Garrec) Paris; purchased by MFA January 1921

    Credit Line

    Samuel Putnam Avery Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 283, II; Delteil 0286

    Dimensions

    Image: 31 x 40.5 cm (12 3/16 x 15 15/16 in.) Sheet: 44.7 x 55.1 cm (17 5/8 x 21 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    21.10655

    Medium or Technique

    Lithographic crayon and scraper, on white wove paper

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  • Picador Caught by a Bull; from the so-called "Bulls of Bordeaux" series of four lithographs

    Bravo Toro

    1825
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Provenance

    E. Sagot (1857-1917) Paris; purchased by MFA January 1921

    Credit Line

    Samuel Putnam Avery Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 284, II; Delteil 0287

    Dimensions

    Image: 31 x 41 cm (12 3/16 x 16 1/8 in.) Sheet: 45 x 55.9 cm (17 11/16 x 22 in.)

    Accession Number

    21.10656

    Medium or Technique

    Lithographic crayon and scraper, on white wove paper

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  • Dibersion de España. (Spanish Entertainment); from the so-called "Bulls of Bordeaux" series of four lithographs

    1825
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Printed by Gaulon, Bordeaux. These four bullfighting images [21.10657, 21.10658, 21.10656, 21.10655] are usually referred to as the “Bulls of Bordeaux”

    In addition to twelve experimental lithographs of smaller format, printed in very small numbers, produced from 1819 on, Goya produced at the end of his life, while in exile in Bordeaux, this set of four large scale lithographs. These four bullfighting images are usually referred to as the “Bulls of Bordeaux.”

    Provenance

    E. Sagot (1857-1917) Paris; purchased by MFA January 1921

    Credit Line

    Samuel Putnam Avery Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 285, II; Delteil 0288

    Dimensions

    Image with letters: 32.2 x 41.6 cm (12 11/16 x 16 3/8 in.) Sheet: 45.5 x 56.9 cm (17 15/16 x 22 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    21.10657

    Medium or Technique

    Lithographic crayon and scraper, on white wove paper

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  • Bullfight in a Divided Ring; from the so-called "Bulls of Bordeaux" series of four lithographs

    1825
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Lithograph. Printed by Gaulon, Bordeaux. These four bullfighting images [21.10658, 21.10657, 21.10656, 21.10655] are usually referred to as the “Bulls of Bordeaux.”

    Provenance

    E. Sagot (1857-1917) Paris; purchased by MFA January 1921

    Credit Line

    Samuel Putnam Avery Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 286, II (edition of 100); Delteil 0289

    Dimensions

    Image (picture alone): 30.5 x 41.2 cm (12 x 16 1/4 in.) Sheet: 45.5 x 56.9 cm (17 15/16 x 22 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    21.10658

    Medium or Technique

    Lithographic crayon and scraper, on white wove paper

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  • Felipe III, King of Spain, on Horseback

    Phillip III, King of Spain

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), After Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Completed plate with second etching, drypoint, and engraved letters, before bevel (H. III, 1 “first edition”). Black ink

    Inscription

    Engraved below image: “FELIPE III, REY DE ESPANA / Pintura de D. Diego Velázquez, del tamaño del natural, en el R.l Palacio de Madrid, dibujada y grabada por D. Fran.co Goya, Pintur año de 1778”; Verso, in graphite: "Lefort 230"

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Dr. William Norton Bullard, gift, 1921 MFA, Boston, stamp (L. 282) verso

    Credit Line

    Gift of William Norton Bullard

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 005, III, 1; Delteil 06

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 45.5 x 36 cm (17 15/16 x 14 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    23.1037

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint, with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • Modo con que los antiguos españoles cazaban los toros á caballo en el campo. (The way in which the ancient Spaniards hunted bulls on horseback in the open country); from the series "Tauromaquia" (Bullfighting), plate 1

    El modo con que antiguos españoles cazaban los Toros á caballo en el campo

    Drawn and etched about 1815–16; published 1816
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    First edition, published 1816 (H. III, 1).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Katherine Eliot Bullard (1866-1920) Boston , Ellen Bullard (d. 1959), Boston; gift to MFA, 11/1/1925

    Credit Line

    Gift of Miss Ellen T. Bullard

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 204, III, 1; Delteil 0224

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 25 x 35.1 cm (9 13/16 x 13 13/16 in.) Sheet: 25.8 x 35.8 cm (10 3/16 x 14 1/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    25.1171

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and drypoint; first edition

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  • Another Way of Hunting on Foot (Otro modo de cazar á pie.) Tauromaquia 2

    1815–1816
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    First edition, published 1816 (H. III, 1)

    Inscription

    Upper right in etching: 2

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Provenance: Francis Bullard (b. 1862–d. 1913), Boston; 1913, by inheritance to his sister, Katherine Eliot Bullard (b. 1866–d. 1920), Boston; 1920, by inheritance to her cousin, Ellen Twistleton Bullard (b. 1865–d. 1959), Boston; 1925, gift of Ellen Twistleton Bullard to the MFA (11/1/1925).

    Credit Line

    Gift of Miss Ellen T. Bullard

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1151; H 205, III, 1; D 0225

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.2 x 35 cm (9 1/2 x 13 3/4 in.) Sheet: 25.7 x 36.5 cm (10 1/8 x 14 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    25.1172

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint with burnishing, touches of drypoint, and engraving (first edition)

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  • Temeridad de Martincho en la plaza de Zaragoza. (Martincho's recklessness in the ring at Zaragoza); from the series "Tauromaquia" (Bullfighting), plate 18

    Drawn and etched about 1815–16; published 1816
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    First edition, published 1816 (H. III, 1).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Katherine Eliot Bullard (1866-1920), Boston; Ellen T. Bullard (d. 1959); Boston; gift to MFA November 1925

    Credit Line

    Gift of Miss Ellen T. Bullard

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 221, III, 1; Delteil 0241

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.5 x 35.2 cm (9 5/8 x 13 7/8 in.) Sheet: 25.8 x 36.5 cm (10 3/16 x 14 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    25.1173

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint; first edition

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  • Mariano Ceballos, alias el Indio, mata el tot desde su caballo. (Mariano Ceballos, called "el Indio", kills the bull from horseback); from the series "Tauromaquia" (Bullfighting), plate 23

    Drawn and etched about 1815–16
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof before additional burnishing and number, touched with black chalk border (H. I, 2 [a]).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Katherine Eliot Bullard (1866-1920), Boston; Ellen T. Bullard (d. 1959); Boston; gift to MFA November 1925

    Credit Line

    Gift of Miss Ellen T. Bullard

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 226, I, 2; Delteil 0246

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.2 x 35 cm (9 1/2 x 13 3/4 in.) Sheet: 31.2 x 38.8 cm (12 5/16 x 15 1/4 in.)

    Accession Number

    25.1174

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint; working proof

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  • Pepe Illo haciendo el recorte al toro. (Pepe Illo making the pass of the "recorte"); from the series "Tauromaquia" (Bullfighting), plate 29

    Drawn and etched about 1815–16; published 1816
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    First edition, published 1816 with contour of bull finished in burin (H. III, 1).

    Markings

    MORATO

    Provenance

    Katherine Eliot Bullard (1866-1920), Boston; Ellen T. Bullard (d. 1959); Boston; gift to MFA November 1925

    Credit Line

    Gift of Miss Ellen T. Bullard

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 232, III, 1; Delteil 0252

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.3 x 34.8 cm (9 9/16 x 13 11/16 in.) Sheet: 32 x 44.5 cm (12 5/8 x 17 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    25.1175

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, burnished aquatint, drypoint, and burin; first edition

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  • Disparate de Carnabal (Carnival Folly); from the "Disparates" series, plate 14

    Drawn and etched about 1815–17; printed about 1848–54
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black/ gray ink, bevel.
    Posthumous impression, printed about 1848-1854 (H. II, 1 as “Trial Proof”).

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the rest, except “Modo de volar” (no. 13).

    Provenance

    Philippe Burty (1830-1890), Paris, stamp (L. 413) sale of April 27, 1876 by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, (probably lot. 461, group of 12 Proverbios). Colnaghi, London, from whom purchased by MFA, 7/1/1931

    Credit Line

    Maria Antoinette Evans Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 261, II, 1; Delteil 0215

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.5 x 35 cm (9 5/8 x 13 3/4 in.) Sheet: 26.6 x 37.5 cm (10 1/2 x 14 3/4 in.)

    Accession Number

    31.1235

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint; posthumous impression

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  • Disparate Claro (Evident Folly); from the "Disparates" series, plate 15

    Drawn and etched about 1815–17; printed about 1848–54
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped, bevel.
    Posthumous impression, from a small printing, about 1848-1854 (H. II, 1 as “Trial Proof”).

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the rest, except “Modo de volar” (no. 13).

    Inscription

    1.r. in red chalk, "15"; below, graphite cataloguing notations and descriptions.

    Provenance

    Philippe Burty (1830-1890), Paris, stamp (L. 413) sale of April 27, 1876 by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, (probably lot. 461, group of 12 Proverbios). Colnaghi, London, from whom purchased by MFA, 7/1/1931

    Credit Line

    Maria Antoinette Evans Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 262, II, 1; Delteil 0216

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.4 x 35.2 cm (9 5/8 x 13 7/8 in.) Sheet: 26.5 x 37.2 cm (10 7/16 x 14 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    31.1236

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, salt aquatint, lavis, and tonal scratches; posthumous impression

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  • Man Being Mocked; from the "Disparates" series, plate 17

    Drawn and etched about 1815–17; printed about 1848–54
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black/gray ink, bevel.
    Posthumous impression, printed about 1848-1854 (H. II, 1 as “Trial Proof”).

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the rest, except “Modo de volar” (no. 13).

    Provenance

    Philippe Burty (1830-1890), Paris, stamp (L. 413) sale of April 27, 1876 by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, (probably lot. 461, group of 12 Proverbios). Colnaghi, London, from whom purchased by MFA, 7/1/1931

    Credit Line

    Maria Antoinette Evans Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 264, II, 1; Delteil 0218

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.2 x 35 cm (9 1/2 x 13 3/4 in.) Sheet: 26.3 x 37.3 cm (10 3/8 x 14 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    31.1238

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint and tonal scratches; posthumous impression

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  • Untitled; from the "Disparates" series, plate 18

    Drawn and etched about 1815–17; printed Late 19th to early 20th century
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black/gray ink, bevel.
    Posthumous impression, printed late 19th-early 20th century.

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the rest, except “Modo de volar” (no. 13).

    Provenance

    British Museum Duplicate (L. 302; 305); Colnaghi, London, from whom purchased, 7/1/1931

    Credit Line

    Maria Antoinette Evans Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 265; Delteil 0219

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24 x 34.6 cm (9 7/16 x 13 5/8 in.) Sheet: 26.3 x 37.3 cm (10 3/8 x 14 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    31.1239

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and scratches (?); posthumous impression

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  • Dancing Giant; from the "Disparates" series, (Proverbios plate 4)

    Bobalicón (Simpleton)

    Drawn and etched 1816–19; printed about 1848–54
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Gray/black ink, clean-wiped, bevel.
    Posthumous impression from small edition, printed about 1848-1854, with burnished aquatint, additional etching, lavis, burin, and tonal scratches, scratch at left from back of man to edge (H. II, 1 as “Trial Proof”).

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the rest, except “Modo de volar” (no. 13).

    Provenance

    Marcel Guiot et Cie, Paris, from whom purchased, 3/4/1937

    Credit Line

    H. E. Bolles Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 251, II, 1; Delteil 0205

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.1 x 35.3 cm (9 1/2 x 13 7/8 in.) Sheet: 27.8 x 39.7 cm (10 15/16 x 15 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    37.258

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, lavis and/or emery stone, tonal scratches, and burin; posthumous impression

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  • Disparate Pobre (Poor Folly); from the "Disparates" series, plate 11

    Drawn and etched about 1815–17; printed about 1848–54
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean wiped, bevel.
    Posthumous impression from small edition, printed about 1848-1854 (H. II, 1 as “Trial Proof”).

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the rest, except “Modo de volar” (no. 13).

    Provenance

    Marcel Guiot et Cie, Paris, from whom purchased, 3/4/1937

    Credit Line

    H. E. Bolles Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 258, III, 1; Delteil 0212

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.2 x 35.5 cm (9 1/2 x 14 in.) Sheet: 27.3 x 39.2 cm (10 3/4 x 15 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    37.259

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, lavis, tonal scratches, and burin; posthumous impression

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  • Disparate de Bestia (Animal Folly); plate from the "Disparates" (Follies) series, published in "L'Art", 1877

    Drawn and etched 1815–17; printed 1877
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, pale plate tone. Bevel(slight)
    Posthumous impression, printed by Francois Liénard, in “L’Art”, 1877 (H. III).

    This plate and three others (H. 266 [a], 267 [b], and 269 [d]) became separated from the other “Disparates” and were never published in the early posthumous printing or the Academia printing of 1864 with the title “Los Proverbios”. They were instead published for the first time, with some trial proofs in various inks and papers, by the printer Francois Liénard, in the French magazine “L’Art” in 1877.

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the others, except “Modo de Volar” (no. 13).

    Inscription

    For first edition of 1877, in burin, 1.1., "Boya. inv. et sc." / "L'Art", b.c. ''OTRAS LEYES POREL PUEBLO. / (Autres lois pour le peuple)", l.r."Fcois Lienard, Imp. Paris"; Outside pm. b.c. in graphite "1877 Tome 2 at P. 40 with 2nd installment of article-Goya aquafortiste"*

    Provenance

    L. Aaron Lebowich, Boston; gift to MFA Feb. 9, 1950

    Credit Line

    Gift of L. Aaron Lebowich

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 268, III; Delteil 0222

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.3 x 35.5 cm (9 9/16 x 14 in.) Sheet: 29.1 x 43.6 cm (11 7/16 x 17 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    50.199

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and tonal scratches; posthumous impression

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  • Disparate de Tontos (Fool's Folly); plate from the "Disparates" (Follies) series, published in "L'Art", 1877

    Drawn and etched 1816- 19; printed 1877
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. Bevel(slight)
    Posthumous impression, printed by Francois Liénard, in “L’Art”, 1877 (H. III). With additional scratches and burin.

    This plate and three others (H. 266 [a], 267 [b], and 268 [c]) became separated from the other “Disparates” and were never published in the early posthumous printing or the Academia printing of 1864 with the title “Los Proverbios”. They were instead published for the first time, with some trial proofs in various inks and papers, by the printer Francois Liénard, in the French magazine, “L’Art” in 1877. The plates were never numbered or lettered, but invented titles were invented for the “L’Art” printing.

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the others, except “Modo de Volar” (no. 13).

    Inscription

    For first edition of 1877, in burin, l.l., "Goya. inv. et sc." / "L'Art", b.c. "LLUVIA DE TOROS. / (Pluie de Taureaux)" , l.r. "Fcois Lienard, Imp. Paris"; Outside pm. b.c. in graphite(hand of Lebowich) "1877 Tome 2 P. 6"

    Provenance

    L. Aaron Lebowich, Boston; gift to MFA Feb. 9, 1950

    Credit Line

    Gift of L. Aaron Lebowich

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 269, III; Delteil 0223

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.3 x 35.5 cm (9 9/16 x 14 in.) Sheet: 29.6 x 43.6 cm (11 5/8 x 17 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    50.200

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint, sulfur tint (or lavis), emery stone, and tonal scratches and burin; posthumous impression Slightly textured, medium, cream laid paper. No watermark.

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  • Balthasar Carlos, Prince of Spain, on Horseback

    Prince Balthasar Carlos

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), After Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Completed plate, with second etching, drypoint, and engraved letters, before bevel (H. III, 1 “first edition”).

    Provenance

    L. Aaron Lebowich, Boston. Gift, 1950, stamp (L. 282).June 8, 1950 June 8, 1950

    Credit Line

    Gift of L. Aaron Lebowich

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 009, III, 1; Delteil 010

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 35 x 22 cm (13 3/4 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 46.9 x 29.7 cm (18 7/16 x 11 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    50.2526

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint, with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • Con razon ó sin ella. (Rightly or Wrongly); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 2.

    With or without cause
    Whether right or wrong

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Warm black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof before final letters, number, and additional work (H. I,2).

    Inscription

    In graphite, u.r. 2; engraved, l.l.: 36; u.r. corner, graphite (later hand): Total 75(the 5 written over 8)

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Carderera; Stirling-Maxwell. Purchased by MFA, September 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 122, I, 2; Delteil 0121

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15 x 20.9 cm (5 7/8 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 21.3 x 31.7 cm (8 3/8 x 12 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1623

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis (direct bite) over sand or salt aquatint, drypoint, scraping, and burnishing; working proof

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  • Las mugeres dan valor. (The women give courage); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 4.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before letters, numbers, and before aquatint and lavis removed from edges (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    U.l. in black ink: 6, u.r. in black chalk: 4

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 124, I, 1; Delteil 0123

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.7 cm (6 3/16 x 8 1/8 in.) Sheet: 19.6 x 30.3 cm (7 11/16 x 11 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1624

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, lavis, drypoint, and burnisher; working proof

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  • Y son fieras. (And they are wild beasts!); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 5.

    And they are like wild beasts

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before final number and letters, and before additional burnishing (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    L.l., engraved: 28; u.l. in black ink: 5, u.r. in graphite 5.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 125, I, 2; Delteil 0124

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.8 x 21 cm (6 1/4 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 21.5 x 31.5 cm (8 7/16 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1625

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint, and burnishing scratches; working proof

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  • Bien te se está. (It serves you right); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 6.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before numbers and letters, and before burin and burnishing of the borders (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    L.l., etched l.l., Goya; u.1. in black ink: 22, u.r. in black chalk: 6.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 126, I, 2; Delteil 125

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 14.4 x 21 cm (5 11/16 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 18.8 x 30.1 cm (7 3/8 x 11 7/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1626

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, sulfur tint and/or lavis (open bite), aquatint (?) and burin; working proof

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  • What Courage! (Que valor!) Disasters of War 7

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof, before final number and letters, and before burin and additional drypoint, and aquatint added posthumously (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite pencil: 7; lower left in etching: 41

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1000; H 127, I, 2; D 0126

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.8 x 20.9 cm (6 1/8 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 22.2 x 31 cm (8 3/4 x 12 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1627

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, direct etching with burnishing, and drypoint (working proof)

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  • Siempre sucede. (It always happens); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 8.

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before number and letters, before drypoint, and before the plate cleaned up with the burnishing (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    u.r. just outside pm. in graphite, 8: in corner, in black chalk, 8(written over 2 or 9)

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 128, I, 1; Delteil 0127

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.8 x 21.9 cm (7 x 8 5/8 in.) Sheet: 21.8 x 32 cm (8 9/16 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1628

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint, working proof

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  • They Do Not Want To (No quieren.) Disasters of War 9

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel.
    GW: 1005. Working proof, before final number and letters, and before additional work, with number in black chalk (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite: 9; lower left in etching: 29

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1005; H 129, I, 3; D 0128

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.5 x 20.3 cm (6 1/8 x 8 in.) Sheet: 20.8-22.3 x 31.5 cm (8 3/16-8 3/4 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1629

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and aquatint with burnishing (working proof)

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  • Tampoco. (Nor do these); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 10.

    Nor these

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel
    Working proof, before final number and letters (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    Etched in reverse l.r.: Goya; engraved l.l., 9(incomplete 19, finished posthumously); u.l. corner, gray ink: 27. u.r. within pm., in graphite 10.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 130, I, 2; Delteil 0129

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15 x 21.9 cm (5 7/8 x 8 5/8 in.) Sheet: 21 x 32 cm (8 1/4 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1630

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, working proof

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  • Ni por esas. (Neither do these); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 11.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Warm black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before final number and letters, and before lavis (or sulphur tint) burnished from plate edges (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Etched l.l.: goya; engraved l.l., 18; u.r. outside pm., in graphite: 11.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 131, I, 3; Delteil 0130

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 21.3 cm (6 3/8 x 8 3/8 in.) Sheet: 22.5 x 31.5 cm (8 7/8 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1631

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint and lavis (or sulfur tint), burin, and drypoint; working proof

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  • Para eso habeis nacido. (This is what you were born for); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 12.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel
    Working proof, before numbers and letters, and before lavis, additional etching and additional burin (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    No inscriptions in plate; u.r. in graphite: 12.

    Markings

    ROMANI

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 132, I, 1; Delteil 0131

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.3 x 23.7 cm (6 7/16 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 22.3 x 32 cm (8 3/4 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1632

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, and burin; working proof

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  • Para eso habeis nacido. (This is what you were born for); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 12.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Warm black ink, clean-wiped on unworked highlighted areas of the figures. No bevel
    Working proof, before final number and letters, with lavis and additional etching and burin (H. I, 3).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 132, I, 3; Delteil 0131

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.3 x 23.7 cm (6 7/16 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 22.5 x 32 cm (8 7/8 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1633

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, drypoint, and burin; working proof

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  • Amarga presencia. (Bitter presence); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 13.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Warm black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before numbers and letters, and before lavis burnished from plate edges (?) (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    Etched l.l., Goya; u.r. inside pm. in graphite, 13.

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 133, I, 2; Delteil 0132

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 14.3 x 16.9 cm (5 5/8 x 6 5/8 in.) Sheet: 22.2 x 31.3 cm (8 3/4 x 12 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1635

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, drypoint, burin, and burnisher; working proof

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  • Duro es al paso! (It's a Hard Step!); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 14.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Warm black ink, clean-wiped.
    Working proof, before numbers and and letters, and before lavis burnished from plate edges (?) (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    u.r. inside pm. in graphite, 14

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 134, I, 2; Delteil 0133

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 14.3 x 16.8 cm (5 5/8 x 6 5/8 in.) Sheet: 21.6 - 22.5 x 31.9 cm (8 1/2 x 12 9/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1636

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, drypoint, burin, and burnisher; working proof

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  • And There Is No Remedy (Y no hai remedio.) Disasters of War 15

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Warm black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel.
    GW: 1015. Working proof before numbers and letters (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite pencil: 15

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1015; H 135, I, 1; D 0134

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 14 x 16.3 cm (5 1/2 x 6 7/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.6 cm (8 11/16 x 12 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1637

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, and direct etching (working proof)

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  • Se aprovechan. (They take advantage); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 16.

    They avail themselves

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Warm black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel
    Working proof, before numbers and letters (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    u.r. within pm. in graphite: 16, l.l. etched Goya.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 136, I, 2; Delteil 0135

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 23.7 cm (6 3/8 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 22.1 x 31.8 cm (8 11/16 x 12 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1638

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, drypoint, burin, and burnishing; working proof

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  • They Do Not Agree (No se convienen.) Disasters of War 17

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Warm black ink, no bevel.
    Working proof, before final number and letters, with lavis and additional etching and burin (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite pencil: 17

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1019; H 137, I, 3; D 0136

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 14.8 x 21.8 cm (5 13/16 x 8 9/16 in.) Sheet: 21.8 x 32.3 cm (8 9/16 x 12 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1639

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, direct etching, drypoint, and textural etching (working proof)

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  • Enterrar y callar. (Bury them and keep quiet); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 18.

    Bury them and be quiet

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof before numbers and letters, with lavis and plate tone in margins (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Etched l.l.: Goya; u.l. in brown ink: 20; u.r. in black chalk: 18A.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 138, I, 3; Delteil 0137

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 19.6 x 30.2 cm (7 11/16 x 11 7/8 in.) Platemark: 16.3 x 23.7 cm (6 7/16 x 9 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1640

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, burin, lavis, and burnishing; working proof

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  • Enterrar y callar. (Bury them and keep quiet); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 18.

    Bury them and be quiet

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Clean wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof before final number and letters, with lavis, plate tone removed from margins (H. I, 3-4).

    Inscription

    Etched l.l.: Goya; u.r. within pm. in graphite: 18; verso, in graphite: 18.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 138, I, 3-4; Delteil 0137

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.3 x 23.7 cm (6 7/16 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 21.8 x 32.3 cm (8 9/16 x 12 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1641

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypont, burin, lavis, and burnishing; working proof

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  • Ya no hay tiempo. (There is no longer time); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 19.

    About 1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before numbers and letters, before additional etching, burin, drypoint, and lavis (H. I, 1)

    Inscription

    Etched l.l. : Goya; u.r. within pm, in graphite: 19A (the A crossed out).

    Markings

    ROMANI (fragment of whole name

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 139, I, 1; Delteil 0138

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.3 x 23.7 cm (6 7/16 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 22.1 x 32 cm (8 11/16 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1642

    Medium or Technique

    Etching with drypoint and engraving; working proof

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  • Ya no hay tiempo. (There is no longer time); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 19.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Brown/ black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before letters (H. I, 3 or undescribed).

    Inscription

    Etched l.l.: Goya; u.r. corner: 19A

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 139, I, 3; Delteil 0138

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.3 x 23.7 cm (6 7/16 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 19.6 x 30.6 cm (7 11/16 x 12 1/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1643

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, burin, and lavis (open bite); working proof

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  • Curarlos, y á otra. (Take care of them and on to the next); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 20.

    Etched 1810
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof, before numbers and letters, before signature and date, before additional etching, and before lavis (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    u.r. within pm., in graphite 20.

    Markings

    ROMANI (fragment of whole name)

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 140, I, 1; Delteil 0139

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 23.7 cm (6 3/8 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 22.3 x 32 cm (8 3/4 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1644

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, and burin; working proof

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  • Curarlos, y á otra. (Take care of them and on to the next); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 20.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Brown/black ink, plate tone. No bevel.
    Working proof, before letters, with additional etching and lavis (H. I, 2)

    Inscription

    etched l.l.: Goya 1810; u.r. within pm., in graphite: 10A

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 140, I, 2; Delteil 0139

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 23.7 cm (6 3/8 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 19.6 x 30.6 cm (7 11/16 x 12 1/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1645

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, burin, and lavis; working proof

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  • Será lo mismo. (It will be the same); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 21.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped? No bevel.
    Working proof before final numbers and letters, before lavis completely removed from borders and before additional drypoint and burin (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    etched l.l.: Goya (twice, once covered with etching); engraved, l.l. 25; u.r. within pm, in graphite: 21.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 141, I, 3; Delteil 0140

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 14.8 x 21.8 cm (5 13/16 x 8 9/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.3 cm (8 11/16 x 12 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1646

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished lavis, drypoint, and burin; working proof

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  • Tanto y más. (All this and more); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 22.

    Etched 1810
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof, before numbers and letters, before signature and date, before additional etching, and before lavis (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    u.r. within pm., in graphite 22 and indecipherable letter as superscript.

    Markings

    ROMANI (fragment of whole name

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 142, I, 1; Delteil 0141

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 25.3 cm (6 3/8 x 9 15/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 32.2 cm (8 11/16 x 12 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1647

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, working proof

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  • All This and More (Tanto y mas.) Disasters of War 22

    1810
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before letters, with signature and date and additional etching and lavis (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Upper right twice in graphite pencil: 22a; lower left in etching: Goya 1810

    Signed

    signed

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 142, I, 3; Delteil 0141; G & W 1029

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 25.3 cm (6 3/8 x 9 15/16 in.) Sheet: 21.8 x 31.7 cm (8 9/16 x 12 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1648

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and direct etching (working proof)

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  • Aun podrán servir. (They can still be of use); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 24.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof, before numbers and letters (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    l.l., etched: Goya; u.r. corner, in black chalk: 24.

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 144, I, 1; Delteil 0143

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.3 x 26.9 cm (6 7/16 x 10 9/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31 cm (8 11/16 x 12 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1649

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, working proof

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  • También estos. (These, too); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 25.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, generally clean-wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof, before numbers and title, with signature (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    l.l., etched: Goya; u.l. corner, brush and black/gray wash: 23; u.r. corner, in black chalk: 25.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 145, I, 2; Delteil 0144

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.5 x 23.6 cm (6 1/2 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 21.5 - 22 x 31.6 cm (8 7/16 x 12 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1650

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, working proof

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  • One Can't Look (No se puede mirar.) Disasters of War 26

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink. No bevel.
    Working proof, before printed title and number (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite pencil: 26; lower left in etching: 27

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 146; Delteil 145; G & W 1037

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 14.5 x 21 cm (5 11/16 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 22.6 x 31.6 cm (8 7/8 x 12 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1651

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, direct etching or fine grain aquatint with burnishing, textural etching, and drypoint (working proof)

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  • Caridad. (Charity); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 27.

    Drawn and etched 1810
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof, before signature and date, before burin and lavis and before additional etching and drypoint (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    u.r., within pm, in graphite: 27.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 147, I, 1; Delteil 0146

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.3 x 23.6 cm (6 7/16 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 21.8 x 32.1 cm (8 9/16 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1652

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint, working proof

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  • Charity (Caridad) Disasters of War 27

    1810
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel
    GW 1038. Working proof, after additional etching and drypoint, with lavis and burnishing, before title and numbers (H. I, 4).

    Inscription

    Upper right twice in graphite: 27a; lower left, etched in plate: Goya 1810

    Signed

    signed

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1038; H 147, I, 4; D 0146

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.1 x 23.1 cm (6 5/16 x 9 1/8 in.) Sheet (irregular): 22.2 x 31.8 cm (8 3/4 x 12 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1653

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, direct etching with burnishing, drypoint, and engraving (working proof)

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  • Lo merecia. (He deserved it); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 29.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof before number, title, burin, burnishing, touched with black chalk (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    u.l. corner, gray ink, "26"; u.r. in black chalk: "29".

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 149, I, 1; Delteil 0148

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 18 x 22 cm (7 1/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 19.2 x 30.3 cm (7 9/16 x 11 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1654

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint, touched with black chalk, working proof

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  • Fuerte cosa es! (This is too much); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 31.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before title and final number, before additional drypoint, and before borderline completed and before aquatint burnished from plate edges (H. I, 3).

    Markings

    No Watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 151, I, 3; Delteil 0150

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.5 x 20.8 cm (6 1/8 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 15.1 x 20.2 cm (5 15/16 x 7 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1655

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint, burin (?), and burnishing scratches

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  • Why? (Por qué?) Disasters of War 32

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before title and numbers, before drypoint and additional burin, and before lavis removed from plate edges (H. I, 2).

    Inscription

    Upper left in black ink: 8; upper right twice in graphite pencil: 32.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 152, I, 2; Delteil 0151

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.9 cm (6 3/16 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 20.1 x 30.2 cm (7 15/16 x 11 7/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1656

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and direct etching or fine grain aquatint (working proof)

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  • Por una navaja. (For [carrying] a knife); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 34.

    On account of a knife

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before engraved letters and numbers, before additional drypoint, burin and burnishing (H. I, 1[a]).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 154, I, 1; Delteil 0153

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.8 cm (6 3/16 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 21.4 x 32.2 cm (8 7/16 x 12 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1657

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, burin, and lavis; working proof

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  • No se puede saber por qué. (There is no way of telling why); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 35.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–143
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before engraved letters and numbers, before additional drypoint, before burin (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 155, I, 2; Delteil 0154

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.4 x 25.6 cm (6 1/16 x 10 1/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.3 cm (8 11/16 x 12 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1658

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, sulfur tint (?), burnished lavis, and drypoint; working proof

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  • Nor This (Tampoco.) Disasters of War 36

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before title, with numbers and aquatint burnished from edges (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Upper left in etching: 36; upper right in graphite pencil: 36; lower left in etching: 39

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1051; H 156, I, 3; D 0155

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.8 cm (6 3/16 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 22.5 x 31.6 cm (8 7/8 x 12 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1659

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint with burnishing, and drypoint (working proof)

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  • Esto es peor. (This is worse); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 37.

    Drawn and etched about 1811-12
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers and title, before lavis and drypoint, touched with black chalk (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    Recto: upper right in graphite: 37; Verso, center, in black chalk: el de chinchon (possibly by Goya)

    Markings

    SERRA watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 157, I, 1; Delteil 0156

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.8 cm (6 3/16 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.2 cm (8 11/16 x 12 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1660

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, touched and rubbed with black chalk; working proof

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  • Esto es peor. (This is worse); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 37.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before letters, numbers before drypoint, before lavis wiped from edges (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 157, I, 2; Delteil 0156

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.8 cm (6 3/16 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 15.3 x 20.3 cm (6 x 8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1661

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, and drypoint; working proof

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  • Bárbaros! (Barbarians!); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 38.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers, title, before drypoint and additional burnishing (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 158, I, 2; Delteil 0157

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.5 x 20.8 cm (6 1/8 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 15.1 x 20.5 cm (5 15/16 x 8 1/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1662

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and lavis; working proof

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  • What a Great Deed! With Corpses! (Grande hazaña! Con muertos!) Disasters of War 39

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers, title, before drypoint and before lavis removed from plate edges

    Inscription

    Upper right in black crayon: 39; lower left, in etching: Goya

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 159, I, 2; Delteil 0158; G & W W 1055

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.6 x 20.8 cm (6 1/8 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 19 x 30.5 cm (7 1/2 x 12 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1663

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnishing, and direct etching (working proof)

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  • Algún partido saca. (He makes some use of it); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 40.

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before number, title, before drypoint and burin (H. I, 1).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 160, I, 1; Delteil 0159

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.7 x 22.1 cm (6 15/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 19.5 x 28.3 cm (7 11/16 x 11 1/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1664

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, working proof

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  • Escapan entre las llamas. (They escape through the flames); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 41.

    Drawn and etched about 1810
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before signature, numbers, title, and additional etching (H. I, 1).

    Markings

    ROMANI

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 161, I, 1; Delteil 0160

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 23.6 cm (6 3/8 x 9 5/16 in.) Sheet: 22.5 x 32.5 cm (8 7/8 x 12 13/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1665

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burin, working proof

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  • Everything Is Topsy-Turvy (Todo va revuelto.) Disasters of War 42

    about 1813
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    GW: 1060. Working proof, before number, title, and burin (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    Upper right in black crayon: 42

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1060; H 162, I, 2; D 0160

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.8 x 22 cm (7 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 21 x 28.8 cm (8 1/4 x 11 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1666

    Medium or Technique

    Etching (working proof)

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  • Tambien esto. (This, too..); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 43.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof before final number, title, before burnishing of aquatint from edges, before burnishing scratches (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 163, I, 2; Delteil 0162

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.9 cm (6 3/16 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 22.3 x 31.7 cm (8 3/4 x 12 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1667

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and aquatint, working proof

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  • I Saw It (Yo lo vi.) Disasters of War 44

    1810–1811
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers and title (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite pencil: 44; lower left in etching; Goya

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1064; H 164, I, 1; D 0163

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.1 x 23.9 cm (6 5/16 x 9 7/16 in.) Sheet: 22.5 x 31 cm (8 7/8 x 12 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1668

    Medium or Technique

    Etching with drypoint and engraving (working proof)

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  • Y esto tambien. (And this, too); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 45.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before tonal etching and title (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 165, I, 2; Delteil 0164

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 21.6 cm (6 3/8 x 8 1/2 in.) Sheet: 22.2 x 31.5 cm (8 3/4 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1669

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, and burin; working proof

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  • Esto es malo. (This is bad); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 46.

    Drawn and etched about 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers, title, before drypoint and burnishing of edges and etching, before additional burin (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 166, I, 2; Delteil 0165

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.6 x 20.8 cm (6 1/8 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 19.2 x 30.4 cm (7 9/16 x 11 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1670

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, lavis, and burin; working proof

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  • This Is How It Happened (Así sucedió.) Disasters of War 47

    1811–1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before final number, title, before additional drypoint and burin, and burnishing of edges and burnishing of etching (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite pencil: 47; lower left in etching: 33.

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1069; H 167, I, 3; D 0166

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.6 x 20.9 cm (6 1/8 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 22.9 x 32 cm (9 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1671

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and aquatint with burnishing (working proof)

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  • Cruel lástima.! (Cruel tale of woe.!); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 48.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers, title, before burin and additional burnishing of etching and lavis (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 168, I, 2; Delteil 0167

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.6 x 20.9 cm (6 1/8 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 20 x 30.1 cm (7 7/8 x 11 7/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1672

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished lavis, and burnisher; working proof

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  • Caridad de una muger. (A woman's charity); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 49.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers, title, before burin and before burnishing of lavis from edges and before burnishing of etching (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 169, I, 2; Delteil 0168

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.4 x 20.3 cm (6 1/16 x 8 in.) Sheet: 19.4 x 30.5 cm (7 5/8 x 12 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1673

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis and burnisher; working proof

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  • No llegan á tiempo. (They do not arrive in time); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 52.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof before numbers, title, before additional burin and before burnishing of lavis from edges (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 172, I, 2; Delteil 0171

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.7 cm (6 3/16 x 8 1/8 in.) Sheet: 18.4 - 19.3 x 31 cm (7 1/4 x 12 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1674

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, drypoint, and burin; working proof

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  • Clamores en vano. (Vain laments); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 54.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers, title, before removal of lavis from edges (H. I, 2).

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 174, I, 2; Delteil 0173

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.8 cm (6 3/16 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 19.5 x 30.3 cm (7 11/16 x 11 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1675

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, burin, and burnisher; working proof

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  • Lo peor es pedir. (The worst is to beg); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 55.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before final number, title, before removal of lavis from edges (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 175, I, 2; Delteil 0174

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.6 x 20.8 cm (6 1/8 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 22.2 x 32 cm (8 3/4 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1676

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished lavis, and burnisher; working proof

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  • Al cementerio. (To the cemetery); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 56.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before final number, title (H. I, 2)

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 176, I, 2; Delteil 0175

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.6 x 20.8 cm (6 1/8 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 21.5 x 32 cm (8 7/16 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1677

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis, and burin; working proof

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  • Sanos y enfermos. (The Healthy and the Ill); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 57.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers, title, before additional burin, burnishing of etching, and aquatint removed from edges (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 177, I, 2; Delteil 0176

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.9 cm (6 3/16 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.5 cm (8 11/16 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1678

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and burin; working proof

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  • No hay que dar voces. (It's no use crying out); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 58.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before final number, title, before aquatint removed from edges (H. I, 3).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 178, I, 3; Delteil 0177

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 21.1 cm (6 3/16 x 8 5/16 in.) Sheet: 22.3 x 32.1 cm (8 3/4 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1679

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, burin, and burnishing; working proof

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  • De qué sirve una taza? (Of what use is a cup?); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 59.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers, title, before aquatint removed from edges (H. I, 1).

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 179, I, 1; Delteil 0178

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.7 x 20.7 cm (6 3/16 x 8 1/8 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.5 cm (8 11/16 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1680

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and lavis; working proof

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  • No hay quien los socorra. (There is no one to help them); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 60.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before final number, title, before burin, before additional burnishing of etching, before aquatint removed from edges (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 180, I, 2; Delteil 0179

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.4 x 20.7 cm (6 1/16 x 8 1/8 in.) Sheet: 21.5 x 32 cm (8 7/16 x 12 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1681

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and burnisher; working proof

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  • But They Are of Another Breed (Si son de otro linage.) Disasters of War 61

    about 1812
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    GW: 1096. Working proof, before final number, title, before additional burnishing (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Upper left in black ink: 42; upper right in graphite pencil: 61; lower left in etching: 35

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1096; H 181, I, 3; D 0180

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.6 x 20.8 cm (6 1/8 x 8 3/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 32.5 cm (8 11/16 x 12 13/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1682

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint (working proof)

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  • Las camas de la muerte. (The beds of death); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 62.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before number, title, before drypoint, burin, additional aquatint, and burnishing, touched with crayon (H. I, 1).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 182, I, 1; Delteil 0181

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.7 x 22.1 cm (6 15/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 21.8 x 31.4 cm (8 9/16 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1683

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint and burin; working proof

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  • Carretadas al cementerio. (Cartloads to the cemetery); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 64.

    Drawn and etched about 1812–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before final number, title, before additional drypoint, before burin and burnishing, before aquatint removed from edges (H. 1, 3).

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 184, I, 2; Delteil 0183

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.6 x 20.9 cm (6 1/8 x 8 1/4 in.) Sheet: 22.3 x 31.5 cm (8 3/4 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1684

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint, and drypoint; working proof

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  • Qué alborato es este? (What is this hubbub?); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 65.

    What is this commotion?

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before title, before additional burin, before burnished aquatint/lavis (sulphur tint?) (H. I, 2). Laid paper with SERRA watermark

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 185, I, 2; Delteil 0184

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 18 x 22.1 cm (7 1/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 30.3 cm (8 11/16 x 11 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1685

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burin, working proof on laid paper

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  • Extraña devocion! (Strange devotion!); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 66.

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before title, before printed tone of aquatint or lavis and burnishing, touched with graphite (H. I, 2).
    On ladi paper with SERRA watermark

    Markings

    SERRA

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 186, I, 2; Delteil 0185

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.7 x 22.2 cm (6 15/16 x 8 3/4 in.) Sheet: 22.2 x 31.4 cm (8 3/4 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1686

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, touched with graphite; working proof

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  • Que locura! (What madness!); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 68.

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before number and title, before burin, before printed tone of lavis and sulphur tint, before burnishing scratches removed from plate edges (H. I, 1).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 188, I, 1; Delteil 0187

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16 x 22.2 cm (6 5/16 x 8 3/4 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.5 cm (8 11/16 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1687

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, working proof

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  • Nada ello lo dice. (Nothing. It says as much); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 69.

    Nada. Ello dirá.!

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers and title, before drypoint, before additional burin (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    1863, sold by Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co. and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 13, 1951)

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 189, I, 2; Delteil 0188

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 15.5 x 20.1 cm (6 1/8 x 7 15/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.5 cm (8 11/16 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1688

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, lavis, and burin; working proof

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  • No saben el camino. (They do not know the way); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 70.

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before numbers and title, before additional drypoint and burnishing (H. I, 1) (the plate incomplete).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Carderera; Stirling-Maxwell. Purchased September 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 190, I, 1; Delteil 0189

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.7 x 22 cm (6 15/16 x 8 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1689

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, and burnisher, touched with graphite; working proof on laid paper

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  • The Consequences (Las resultas.) Disasters of War 72

    1813–1814
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before number and title, before reetching (H. I, 1) (the plate incomplete).

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite pencil: 72

    Markings

    C or G

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid; 1863, sold by Carderera to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co., London, and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 192, I, 1; Delteil 191; G & W 1118

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.7 x 22 cm (6 15/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 19.5 x 26.5 cm (7 11/16 x 10 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1690

    Medium or Technique

    Etching (working proof)

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  • El buitre carnívoro. (The carnivorous vulture); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 76.

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before title, before drypoint, burin, and printed tone (H. I, 1) (the plate incomplete).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951..

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 196, I, 1; Delteil 0195

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.7 x 22.1 cm (6 15/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.9 cm (8 11/16 x 12 9/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1691

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, working proof

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  • The Rope Is Breaking (Que se rompe la cuerda.) Disasters of War 77

    1813–1814
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    GW: 1128. Working proof, before title, before posthumous burin and burnishing (H. I, 3).

    Inscription

    Upper left in engraving: 77; upper right in graphite pencil: 77

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid; 1863, sold by Carderera to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co., London, and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1128; H 197, I, 3; D 0196

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.8 x 22.1 cm (7 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 22 x 31.7 cm (8 11/16 x 12 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1692

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and foul biting (working proof)

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  • Se defiende bien. (He defends himself well); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 78.

    Drawn and etched about 1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before title (H. I, 2).

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 198, I, 2; Delteil 0197

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.9 x 21.9 cm (7 1/16 x 8 5/8 in.) Sheet: 21.3 x 31.8 cm (8 3/8 x 12 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1693

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, lavis (?), drypoint, and burin; working proof

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  • Truth Has Died (Murió la Verdad.) Disasters of War 79

    1813–1814
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before title (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    Upper right in black dry medium: 79

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid; 1863, sold by Carderera to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co., London, and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. September 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 199, I, 1; Delteil 0198; G & W W 1132

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.6 x 22.1 cm (6 15/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 21.9 x 31.5 cm (8 5/8 x 12 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1694

    Medium or Technique

    Etching (working proof)

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  • Will She Rise Again? (Se resucitará?) Disasters of War 80

    1813–1814
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before number and title, before printed tone removed from plate edges (H. I, 1).`

    Inscription

    Upper right in graphite pencil: 80

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid; 1863, sold by Carderera to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co., London, and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. September. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 200, I, 1; Delteil 0199; G & W 1134

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.8 x 22 cm (7 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 21.7 x 30.8 cm (8 9/16 x 12 1/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1695

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, textural etching with burnishing, and touches of carbon black ink wash (working proof)

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  • Esto es la verdadero (This is the Truth) ("Disasters of War", no. 82)

    Disasters of War, Plate 82 (caprichos enfáticos)

    1814–15
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, before no. and additional work in burin and burnished aquatint, before salt aquatint removed from plate edges
    Not published in the posthumous first edition

    Inscription

    u.r. within pm. in graphite: 82

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 202; Delteil D. 201

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 17.5 x 21.5 cm (6 7/8 x 8 7/16 in.) Sheet: 22.0 x 21.5 cm (8 11/16 x 8 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1696

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint, touched with black crayon, working proof

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  • Infame provecho (Vile Advantage) (Disasters of War, unpublished print)

    Infamous Advantage
    Infamous gain

    Drawn and etched about 1811-12
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Unpublished print for the Disasters of War

    Inscription

    u.r. in graphite: 83 (not by Goya)

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 203; not in Delteil; Gassier and Wilson 1140

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16 x 22 cm (6 5/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 16.3 x 22 cm (6 7/16 x 8 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1697

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, burin and burnisher, unique

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  • Bacchus (The Drunkards)

    A False Bacchus Crowning Some Drunkards

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    From the completed plate, before bevel, 19th century impression (H. III, 1 “first edition” is erroneous because of wove paper); Black ink, slight plate tone;
    Platemark: trimmed to image within pm.; Mod.-textured, medium, off-white wove paper

    Inscription

    Inscription: Etched below image: "Pintura de Don Diego Velazquez con figuras del tamaño natural en el Real Palacio de Madrid, que representa un BACO fingido coronando algunos / borrachos: dibujada y grabada por D. Francisco Goya, Pintor, Año de 1778" Later inscriptions:

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 004, III, 19th c. impression ; Delteil 04

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 32 x 43.7 cm (12 5/8 x 17 3/16 in.) Sheet: 30.7 x 39.3 cm (12 1/16 x 15 1/2 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1698

    Medium or Technique

    Etching; completed plate; on off-white wove paper.

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  • The Ladies-in-Waiting (Las Meninas)

    about 1779–1785
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    GW: 0107. Working proof, with addition of dark lavis or sulphur tint (H. 17, I, 4, but probably a fifth state).

    Provenance

    General John Meade (d. 1849), Madrid (?).Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid; 1863, sold by Carderera to Sir William Stirling Maxwell (b. 1818–d. 1878), Keir House, Scotland; 1878, by inheritance to his son, Brigadier General Archibald Stirling (b. 1867–d. 1931), Keir House; 1931, by inheritance to his son, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911–d. 1983), Keir House; September 13, 1951, sold by William Joseph Stirling, through Colnaghi & Co., London and Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984), Cambridge, MA, to the MFA.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 0107; H 017, I, 4; D 005

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 40.5 x 32.5 cm (15 15/16 x 12 13/16 in.) Sheet: 46 x 35.4 cm (18 1/8 x 13 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1699

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, tonal etching with burnishing, drypoint, and roulette (working proof)

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  • Felipe III, King of Spain, on Horseback

    Phillip III, King of Spain

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), After Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Working proof, before letters, before additional etching, before drypoint, with ms. inscription in brown ink and total of letters in black ink, (H. I, 1).
    On off-white laid paper with watermark: R. ROMANI and coat of arms.

    Inscription

    Manuscript inscription: Below image in pen and brown and black ink: "Felipe III Rey de Espana. 21 / Pintura de D.n Diego Velázquez. Del tamaño del natural en el R.l Palacio de Madrid, dibujada y 74 / grabada por D.ñ Fran.co Goya, Pintor, año de 1778. 40”; Verso, in red chalk: “3” and “24 todas”

    Markings

    WM: ' "R ROMANI" and coat of arms

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 005, I, 1; Delteil 06: G & W 90

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 59.8 x 44 cm (23 9/16 x 17 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1700

    Medium or Technique

    Etching; working proof (unique of this state)

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  • Felipe III, King of Spain, on Horseback

    Phillip III, King of Spain

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), After Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Completed plate, 19th century printing. With 2nd etching, drypoint, and engraved letters, before bevel (H. III, 2 “second edition”?). Black ink, slight plate tone

    Inscription

    Engraved below image: “FELIPE III, REY DE ESPANA / Pintura de D. Diego Velázquez, del tamaño del natural, en el R.l Palacio de Madrid, dibujada y grabada por D. Fran.co Goya, Pintur año de 1778”

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 005, III, 2; Delteil 06

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 44.2 x 38.1 cm (17 3/8 x 15 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1701

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint, with engraved inscription; completed plate; off-white wove paper

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  • Margarita of Austria, Queen of Spain, on Horseback

    Margaret of Austria

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), and Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Working proof, before drypoint and engraved inscription, touched with pen and black and brown ink indications of future work and inscriptions (H. I, 1).
    A unique working proof.

    Inscription

    Manuscript inscription: Below image, outside pm, in pen and brown and black ink: “D/ Margarita de Austria Reyna de España Muger de PHELIPE IV [CROSSED OUT] (IN BLACK INK) / Pintura de D.n Diego Velázquez de Tamaño del natural en el R.l Palacio de Mad.d, / dibujada grabada p.r D.n Fran.co Goya Pintor, año de 1778” Verso in red chalk: "31"; and other slight inscriptions of a later origin.

    Markings

    WM: ROMANI and coat of arms

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 006, I, 1; Delteil 07: Gassier and Wilson 92

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 61 x 43.5 cm (24 x 17 1/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1702

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, touched with pen and ink; inscribed with pen and brown and black inks; working proof, on cream laid paper

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  • Margarita de Austria, Queen of Spain, on Horseback

    Margaret of Austria

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), and Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Completed plate with drypoint and engraved letters, before bevel (H. II, 2?-completed plate before bevel, mid-19th century impression).
    Black ink, slight plate tone
    Off-white wove paper

    Inscription

    Engraved below image: "D. MARGARITA DE AUSTRIA REYNA DE ESPAÑA, MUGER DE PHELIPE III. / Pintura de D. Diego Velazquez de tamaño del natural en el Real Palacio de MADRID, dibujada y grabada por D. Fran.co Goya Pintor, año de1778. Note: the "co" in "Franco" should be superscript

    Markings

    No watermark Verso: MFA stamp (Lugt 282)

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 006, II; Delteil 07; Gassier and Wilson 92

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 45.5 x 36 cm (17 15/16 x 14 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1703

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • Felipe IV, King of Spain, on Horseback

    Philip IV

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), and Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Working proof, before additional etching and engraved inscription, with handwritten inscription (H. I, 1).
    On cream laid paper

    Inscription

    In pen and brown ink, below image, outside pm: “Felipe IV Rey de España. / Pintura de D.n Diego Velázquez del tamaño del natural en el R.l Palacio de Madrid, dibujada 74 / y grabada por D.n Fran. co de Goya. Pintor. Año de 1778.” On verso: various later inscriptions and MFA stamp.

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 007, I, 1; Delteil 08: G & W 93

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 63 x 44 cm (24 13/16 x 17 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1704

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, inscribed with pen and brown ink; working proof

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  • Felipe IV, King of Spain, on Horseback

    Philip IV

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), After Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Completed plate, before bevel, late 18th - early 19th c. impression (H. III, 1).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 007, III, 1; Delteil 08

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 50.9 x 42.3 cm (20 1/16 x 16 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1705

    Medium or Technique

    Etching with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • Isabel de Borbón, Queen of Spain, on Horseback

    Dona Isabel de Borbon

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), After Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Working proof, before additional etching, drypoint, and engraved inscription, with pen and ink work to indicate further changes and handwritten inscription (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    Manuscript inscription

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 008, I, 1; Delteil 09

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 37.1 x 31.2 cm (14 5/8 x 12 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1706

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, touched with pen and black ink; working proof

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  • Isabel de Borbón, Queen of Spain, on Horseback

    Dona Isabel de Borbon

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), After Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Completed plate, before bevel, first of 19th c. impression (H. II, 2?).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 008, II; Delteil 038

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 44.7 x 38.5 cm (17 5/8 x 15 3/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1707

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint, with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • Balthasar Carlos, Prince of Spain, on Horseback

    Prince Balthasar Carlos

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Completed plate, 19th century printing, with second etching, drypoint, and engraved letters, before bevel (H. III, 1).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 009, III, 1; Delteil 010; GW: 0095

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 35 x 22 cm (13 3/4 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 42.8 x 29.7 cm (16 7/8 x 11 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1708

    Medium or Technique

    GW: 0095. Etching and drypoint, with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • Don Gaspar de Guzmán, Count-Duke of Olivares, on Horseback

    D.n Gaspar de Guzman, Conde de Olivares, Duque de Sanlucar

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Working proof, before letters, before bevel (H. I, 1).

    Inscription

    Manuscript inscription

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 010, I, 1; Delteil 011

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 37 x 31 cm (14 9/16 x 12 3/16 in.) Sheet: 61.2 x 44.3 cm (24 1/8 x 17 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1709

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, with handwritten inscription in pen and black and brown ink; working proof

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  • Infante Don Fernando (Prince of Spain) as Hunter

    The Cardinal Infante Ferdinand as Hunter
    Un Infante de España

    1778–79
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Completed plate, with letters, before bevel (H. III, 1).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 011, III, 1; Delteil 012; GW: 0097

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 28 x 17 cm (11 x 6 11/16 in.) Sheet: 28 x 14.5 cm (11 x 5 11/16 in.) (trimmed within platemark)

    Accession Number

    51.1711

    Medium or Technique

    GW: 0097. Etching, aquatint, burin, roulette, emery stone (?), with scraping or burnishing and engraved letters; completed plate

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  • The Buffoon Cristobal de Castañeda y Pernia, called Barbarroja (Red Beard)

    Barbarroxa

    1778–79
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660), After Unknown Spanish (Spanish)

    Description

    Completed plate, with letters, before bevel (H. III, 1).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 012, III, 1; Delteil 013

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 28 x 16.5 cm (11 x 6 1/2 in.) Sheet: 35 x 24 cm (13 3/4 x 9 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1712

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint, roulette, and burin; completed plate

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  • Aesop, the Fabulist (Recto) Balthasar Carlos (Verso)

    AESOPUS
    ESOPO EL FABULADOR

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Working proof, before drypoint and engraved letters, touched (H. 13, I, 1).
    Verso: Balthasar Carlos (H. 9)

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 013, I, 1; Delteil 16: Harris 9, I, 1; Delteil 010

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 30 x 21.5 cm (11 13/16 x 8 7/16 in.) Sheet: 34 x 22 cm (13 3/8 x 8 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1714a-b

    Medium or Technique

    Etching only, touched with printer's ink; working proof (double-sided print) Verso: etching

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  • Aesop, the Fabulist

    AESOPUS
    ESOPO EL FABULADOR

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Working proof, with handwritten inscription (H. 13, I, 2).

    Inscription

    Manuscript inscription

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 013, I, 2; Delteil 016

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 30 x 21.5 cm (11 13/16 x 8 7/16 in.) Sheet: 40.5 x 29 cm (15 15/16 x 11 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1715

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint, touched (drypoint for artists' names, inscription in pen and black and brown ink); working proof

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  • Aesop, the Fabulist

    AESOPUS
    ESOPO EL FABULADOR

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Completed plate, with engraved letters, before bevel, 19th century impression (H. 13, III, 2).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 013, III, 2; Delteil 016

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 30 x 21.5 cm (11 13/16 x 8 7/16 in.) Sheet: 39 x 29 cm (15 3/8 x 11 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1716

    Medium or Technique

    Etching with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • Menippus (Moenippus), the Philosopher

    MENIPO FILOSOFO
    MOENIPPUS

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Working proof, before engraved letters, with artists’ names in drypoint and handwritten inscription (H. 14, I, 2).

    Inscription

    Manuscript inscription

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 014, I, 2; Delteil 017

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 30 x 22 cm (11 13/16 x 8 11/16 in.) Sheet: 41 x 29.7 cm (16 1/8 x 11 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1717

    Medium or Technique

    Etching with drypoint letters, and pen and ink inscription; working proof

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  • Menippus (Moenippus), the Philosopher

    MENIPO FILOSOFO
    MOENIPPUS

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Completed plate, with engraved letters, 19th century impression (H. 13, III, 1).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 014, III, 1; Delteil 017

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 30 x 21.5 cm (11 13/16 x 8 7/16 in.) Sheet: 35.7 x 27.1 cm (14 1/16 x 10 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1718

    Medium or Technique

    Etching with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • The Dwarf, Sebastián de Morra, at the Court of Felipe IV

    un ENANO

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Working proof, with artist’s names in drypoint, before engraved letters, before bevel, with handwritten inscription (H. 15, I, 2).

    Inscription

    With artists names, but with manuscript inscription

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 015, I, 2; Delteil 018

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.5 x 15.5 cm (8 1/16 x 6 1/8 in.) Sheet: 41 x 28.6 cm (16 1/8 x 11 1/4 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1719

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, with drypoint letters; working proof

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  • The Dwarf, Diego de Acedo (known as "el Primo") at the Court of Felipe IV

    un Enana de S. Phelipe IV

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Working proof, before engraved letters, with additional foreground etching, before bevel (H. 16, I, 2).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 016, I, 2; Delteil 019

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.5 x 15.5 cm (8 7/16 x 6 1/8 in.) Sheet: 40.3 x 27.8 cm (15 7/8 x 10 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1721

    Medium or Technique

    Etching; working proof

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  • The Dwarf, Diego de Acedo (known as "el Primo") at the Court of Felipe IV

    un Enana de S. Phelipe IV

    1778
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), After Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (Spanish, 1599–1660)

    Description

    Completed plate, with engraved letters, before bevel, 19th century impression (H. 16, III, 1).

    Provenance

    Valentín Carderera y Solano (?), Madrid (1796-1880); Sir William Stirling (later Stirling-Maxwell), Bart of Keir (1818-1878); Brigadier-General Archibald Stirling, of Keir; Colnaghi, London; Purchased by MFA, Boston (Lugt 282), through Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); Purchased Sept. 13, 1951.

    Credit Line

    1951 Purchase Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 016, III, 1; Delteil 019

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.5 x 15.5 cm (8 7/16 x 6 1/8 in.) Sheet: 35 x 27.9 cm (13 3/4 x 11 in.)

    Accession Number

    51.1722

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, with engraved inscription; completed plate

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  • Lo mismo en otras partes. (The same elsewhere); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 23.

    Drawn and etched 1810–14
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink, clean-wiped. No bevel.
    Working proof, before numbers and letters, and before additional etching and lavis (H. I, 1).

    Markings

    ROMANI (fragment of whole name)

    Provenance

    Tsarkoye Selo (one of the imperial summer palaces), Russia; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY duplicate (31.75.22). acquired by exchange, Feb. 1953

    Credit Line

    H. E. Bolles Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 143, I, 1; Delteil 0142

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 16.2 x 24.5 cm (6 3/8 x 9 5/8 in.) Sheet: 21 x 30.8 cm (8 1/4 x 12 1/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    53.171

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, and burin; working proof

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  • Warlock on a Swing among Demons

    Le Vieux se Balançant
    from the "Late Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched 1824–28; printed 1954
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), Printer Ture Bengtz (American, 1907–1973)

    Description

    Posthumous impression, post Lumley, (H. 32, IV, 1-2). Printed by Ture Bengtz, Boston, 1954

    Provenance

    Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); gift July 8, 1954

    Credit Line

    Gift of Philip Hofer, Esq.

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 032, IV; Delteil 025

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.3 x 13.4 cm (8 x 5 1/4 in.) Sheet: 29.5 x 21.8 cm (11 5/8 x 8 9/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    54.915

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint; posthumous impression

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  • Witch on a Swing

    La Vieille se Banançant
    Old Witch Swinging

    Drawn and etched 1824–28; printed 1954
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), Printer Ture Bengtz (American, 1907–1973)

    Description

    Posthumous impression, post Lumley (H. 33, IV, 1-2). Printed by Ture Bengtz, Boston, 1954.

    Provenance

    Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); gift July 8, 1954

    Credit Line

    Gift of Philip Hofer, Esq.

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 033, IV, 1-2; Delteil 026

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.3 x 13.4 cm (8 x 5 1/4 in.) Sheet: 29.1 x 21 cm (11 7/16 x 8 1/4 in.)

    Accession Number

    54.916

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, drypoint, and burnishing; posthumous impression

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  • Andalusian Smuggler (Cloaked Man) with Bull

    Un Vieux Torero
    The Old Bullfighter

    Drawn and etched 1824–28; printed 1954
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), Printer Ture Bengtz (American, 1907–1973)

    Description

    Posthumous impression, post Lumley, (H. 33, IV, 1-2). Printed by Ture Bengtz, Boston, 1954.

    Provenance

    Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); gift July 8, 1954

    Credit Line

    Gift of Philip Hofer, Esq.

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 033-34, IV; Delteil 027

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.3 x 13.4 cm (8 x 5 1/4 in.) Sheet: 26 x 18.9 cm (10 1/4 x 7 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    54.917

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint; posthumous impression

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  • Maja Against a Background of Demons

    La Maja Tournée a droite

    Drawn and etched 1824–28; printed 1954
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), Printer Ture Bengtz (American, 1907–1973)

    Description

    Posthumous impression, 1954 (post-Lumley), printed by Ture Bengtz, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1954 (H. 30, IV, 1-2).

    Provenance

    Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); gift July 8, 1954

    Credit Line

    Gift of Philip Hofer, Esq.

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 030, IV, 1-2; Delteil 028

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.2 x 13.5 cm (7 15/16 x 5 5/16 in.) Sheet: 29.5 x 21.5 cm (11 5/8 x 8 7/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    54.918

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and aquatint; posthumous impression

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  • Maja

    La Maja Tournée a gauche

    Drawn and etched 1824–28; printed by 1954
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), Printer Ture Bengtz (American, 1907–1973)

    Description

    Posthumous impression, post Lumley, 1854 (H. 31, IV, 1-2), printed by Ture Bengtz, Boston, 1954.

    Provenance

    Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); gift July 8, 1954

    Credit Line

    Gift of Philip Hofer, Esq.

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 031, IV, 1-2; Delteil 029

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.2 x 13.5 cm (7 15/16 x 5 5/16 in.) Sheet: 29.2 x 21 cm (11 1/2 x 8 1/4 in.)

    Accession Number

    54.919

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and drypoint; posthumous impression

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  • Andalusian Smuggler (Cloaked Man) [failed plate]

    Drawn and etched 1824–28; printed 1954
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), Printer Ture Bengtz (American, 1907–1973)

    Description

    Posthumous impression, post Lumley, (not catalogued by Harris except as note to H. 34). Printed by Ture Bengtz, Boston, 1954.

    Provenance

    Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); gift July 8, 1954

    Credit Line

    Gift of Philip Hofer, Esq.

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 034, note

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.3 x 30.4 cm (8 x 11 15/16 in.) Sheet: 31.1 x 22.5 cm (12 1/4 x 8 7/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    54.920

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and aquatint; posthumous impression

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  • Men in Sacks (Los Ensacados); from the "Disparates" series, plate 8

    Aristocrats in Sacks

    Drawn and etched about 1815–17; printed about 1848–54
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Posthumous impression, printed about 1848-1854 (H. II, 1 as “Trial Proof”).

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the rest, except “Modo de volar” (no. 13).

    Provenance

    H.M. Petiet, Paris; purchased March 1965

    Credit Line

    Lee M. Friedman Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 255, II, 1; Delteil 0209

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.2 x 35.2 cm (9 1/2 x 13 7/8 in.) Sheet: 26.5 x 38.3 cm (10 7/16 x 15 1/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    65.402

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint; posthumous impression

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  • Modo de Volar (A Way of Flying); from the "Disparates" series, plate 13

    Drawn and etched about 1815–17; printed about 1848–54
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Black ink bevel
    GW: 1591. Posthumous impression, printed about 1848-1854 (H. II, 1 as “Trial Proof”).

    The preferred series title “Disparates” (Follies) is derived from manuscript titles containing the word “Disparate” on fourteen of the working proofs, of which this is one. Beruete and others invented titles containing “Disparate” for the rest, except “Modo de volar” (no. 13).

    Provenance

    H.M. Petiet, Paris; purchased by MFA March 1965

    Credit Line

    Lee M. Friedman Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 260, II, 1; Delteil 0214; GW: 1591

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 24.4 x 35.5 cm (9 5/8 x 14 in.) Sheet: 27.2 x 37.7 cm (10 11/16 x 14 13/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    65.404

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint, emery stone, and tonal scratches; posthumous impression

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  • Seated Giant

    by 1818
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Working proof, first state before additional burnishing outside of right arm of giant, which reduces arm’s width and lightens houses in foreground settlement (Harris 29, I, 1).

    Provenance

    Mid-nineteenth century, possibly Samuel Leith, Edinburgh. Nicholas Drummond, England; July 7, 1964, Nicholas Drummond and others sale, Sotheby’s, London, lot 265, to “Patch”. Private collection, Zurich. Richard H. Zinser (dealer, b. 1884 - d. 1984), Forest Hills, NY; 1965, sold by Zinser to the MFA. (Accession Date: October 13, 1965)

    Credit Line

    Katherine E. Bullard Fund in memory of Francis Bullard

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    G & W 0985; Harris 029, I, 1; Delteil 035, I

    Dimensions

    Platemark and sheet: 28.5 x 21.0 cm (11 1/4 x 8 1/4 in.)

    Accession Number

    65.1296

    Medium or Technique

    Aquatint with burnishing and scraping (first state)

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  • Fran.co Goya y Lucientes, Pintor. (Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Painter); Plate 1 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Artist Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), Binding by Marius Michel (French, founded in 1849)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 036, III, 1; Delteil 038

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 22 x 153 cm (8 11/16 x 60 1/4 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.1

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint, drypoint, and burin; first edition

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  • El si pronouncian y la mano alargan/ Al primero que llega. (They say "yes" and give their hand to the first who comes); Plate 2 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 037, III, 1; Delteil 039

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.5 x 15 cm (8 7/16 x 5 7/8 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.2

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Que viene el Coco. (The bogeyman is coming); Plate 3 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 038, III, 1; Delteil 040

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.4 cm (8 5/8 x 6 1/16 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.3

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • El de la rollona (Nanny's Boy); Plate 4 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    El de la royona

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate, with corrections made to the letters (“royona” to “rollona”) from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 039, III, 1; Delteil 041

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.9 x 15.7 cm (8 1/4 x 6 3/16 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.4

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint, drypoint, and burin, first edition

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  • Tal para qual. (Two of a Kind); Plate 5 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 040, III, 1; Delteil 042

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20 x 15.1 cm (7 7/8 x 5 15/16 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.5

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint, and drypoint; first edition

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  • Nadie se conoce. (Nobody knows anybody, including himself); Plate 6 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 041, III, 1; Delteil 043

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.3 cm (8 5/8 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.6

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Ni asi la disintingue. (He cannot make her out even this way); Plate 7 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 042, III, 1; Delteil 044

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20 x 15 cm (7 7/8 x 5 7/8 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.7

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and aquatint, first edition

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  • Que se la llevaron. (They have carried her off!) Plate 8 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Que se la llevaron! (They have carried her off!)

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 043, III, 1; Delteil 045

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.8 x 15.2 cm (8 9/16 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.8

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Tantalo. (Tantalus); Plate 9 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 044, III, 1; Delteil 046

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21 x 15.2 cm (8 1/4 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.9

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • El amor y la muerte. (Love and Death); Plate 10 bound intot the "Caprichos"

    Caprichos 10

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 045, III, 1; Delteil 047

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.2 cm (8 5/8 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.10

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and burin; first edition

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  • Muchachos al avío. (Lads Making Ready); Plate 11 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 046, III, 1; Delteil 048

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.4 cm (8 5/8 x 6 1/16 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.11

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • A caza de dientes. (Out hunting for teeth); Plate 12 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 047, III, 1; Delteil 049

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.3 cm (8 5/8 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.12

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Estan calientes. (They are hot); Plate 13 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 048, III, 1; Delteil 050

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.3 cm (8 5/8 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.13

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Que sacrificio! (What a sacrifice!); Plate 14 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 049, III, 1; Delteil 051

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.3 x 15.2 cm (8 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.14

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and drypoint; first edition

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  • Bellos Consejos. (Fine Advice); Plate 15 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 050, III, 1; Delteil 052

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 22 x 15.4 cm (8 11/16 x 6 1/16 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.15

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and burin; first edition

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  • Dios la Perdone: Y era su madre. (For heaven's sake, and it was her mother); Plate 16 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 051, III, 1; Delteil 053

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.2 x 15.1 cm (7 15/16 x 5 15/16 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.16

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Bien tirada está. (It is nicely stretched); Plate 17 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 052, III, 1; Delteil 054

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.3 cm (8 5/8 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.17

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and burin; first edition

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  • Ysele quema la Casa. (And his house is on fire); Plate 18 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 053, III, 1; Delteil 055

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.4 cm (8 5/8 x 6 1/16 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.18

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and drypoint; first edition

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  • Todos Caerán. (All will fall); Plate 19 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 054, III, 1; Delteil 056

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.6 cm (8 5/8 x 6 1/8 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.19

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Ya van desplumados. (There they go plucked (i.e. fleeced); Plate 20 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 055, III, 1; Delteil 057

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.8 x 15.2 cm (8 9/16 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.20

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, and drypoint; first edition

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  • Qual la descañonan! (Oh how they pluck out her quills); Plate 21 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 056, III, 1; Delteil 058

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.8 x 14.9 cm (8 9/16 x 5 7/8 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.21

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Pobrecitas! (Poor little girls!); Plate 22 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 057, III, 1; Delteil 059

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.8 x 15.3 cm (8 9/16 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.22

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and Burnished Acquatint

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  • Aquellos polbos. (That dust); Plate 23 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 058, III, 1; Delteil 060

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15 cm (8 5/8 x 5 7/8 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.23

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint, and burin; first edition

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  • Nohubo remedio. (Nothing could be done about it); Plate 24 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 059, III, 1; Delteil 061

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 21.9 x 15.2 cm (8 5/8 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.24

    Medium or Technique

    Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition

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  • Si quebró el Cantaro. (Yes he broke the pot); Plate 25 bound into "Los Caprichos"

    Drawn and etched, 1797–98; published 1799
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Completed plate from a bound first edition set, before bevel, published 1799 (H. III, 1).
    Bound in red leather with gold letters on spine (“CAPRICES/ DE/ GOYA”) and gold decoration inside, 31.0 x 21.0 cm.

    Provenance

    William Goodwin Russell Allen (b. 1882 - d. 1955), Boston; by inheritance to his niece, Lydia Evans Tunnard (Mrs. Christopher Tunnard, b. 1913 - d. 1980), New Haven, CT; December, 1967, her gift to MFA.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Mrs. Lydia Evans Tunnard in honor of Henry P. Rossiter

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Harris 060, III, 1; Delteil 062

    Dimensions

    Platemark: 20.9 x 15.2 cm (8 1/4 x 6 in.) Sheet: 29.7 x 18.6 cm (11 11/16 x 7 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    67.1198.25

    Medium or Technique

    Etching, aquatint, and drypoint; first edition

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