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  • Two Hunters

    about 1775
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Prepartatory sketch for tapestry cartoons
    GW: 0062. “Un cazador carqando su escopeta” and “Un cazador qe se ba y lleba dos perros atados” (according to Goya’s bill in 1875).

    Markings

    No watermark ; MFA stamp on verso (Lugt 282)

    Provenance

    By 1931, Charles Hitchcock Tyler (b. 1863 - d. 1931), Cambridge, MA; 1932, bequest of Tyler to the MFA; 1974, accessioned by the MFA; 1989, renumbered by the MFA. (Accession date: December 11, 1974 and September 27, 1989) NOTE: The Museum began to assign accession numbers to the large group of works on paper from the bequest of Charles Hitchcock Tyler on March 2, 1933 and finished its cataloging on December 11, 1974. The same number was erroneously assigned to two drawings and a new number was assigned to this work on September 27, 1989.

    Credit Line

    Bequest of Charles Hitchcock Tyler

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 0062; Gassier II, 3

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 33.7 x 43 - 43.5 cm (13 1/4 x 16 15/16 - 17 1/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    33.1018

    Medium or Technique

    Black chalk with white chalk on blue laid paper

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  • New Stagecoaches or Shoulder Chairs (Diligencias nuebas o sillas de espaldas; A la comedia No. 89) Album G (Bordeaux Album I), 24

    1824–28
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    GW: 1739. New stage coaches or shoulder chairs (The shoulder chair inscribed “A la comedia/No.89”)
    Sheet 24 from AlbumG, one of two Bordeaux Albums
    The drawing is executed over a previous one which shows a full length male or female figure drinking from a bowl.

    Inscription

    Upper right in black crayon: 24; lower left and lower right in black crayon: Diligencias / Nuebas over two earlier inscriptions and at right o sillas de es / paldas: Within image: A la comedia No. 89

    Markings

    WM: Heart surmounted by trefoil

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855¬60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; before 1869, acquired from Federico de Madrazo by Jules Boilly (b. 1796–d. 1874), Paris; March 19¬20, 1869, sold at Boilly’s sale, Hôtel Drouot, lot 48 (an album of twenty drawings), to Leurceau; possibly sold by Leurceau to Hyadès (an army inspector), Bordeaux. Private collection, Paris. By 1933, Alfred Strölin (dealer, b. 1871–d. 1954), Paris and Lausanne; 1953, sold by Frederick Strölin, Lausanne, to the MFA. (Accession Date: November 12,1953)

    Credit Line

    Arthur Tracy Cabot Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier &Wilson 1730; Gassier I, 383

    Dimensions

    Sheet :19.2 x 15.1 cm (7 9/16 x 5 15/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    53.2376

    Medium or Technique

    Black crayon on blued [Prussian blue] white laid paper with irregularly trimmed left edge; drawn over faint image of full length figure on man eating from bowl.

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  • Crazy Skates (Locos patines) Album G (Bordeaux Album I), 32

    1824–28
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    Upper right in black crayon: 32; lower right inscribed in black crayon: title; lower left in graphite: Goya [in another hand]

    Markings

    WM: haeart surmounted by trefoil

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance to the artist’s son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855-60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; before 1869, acquired from Federico de Madrazo by Jules Boilly (b. 1796–d. 1874), Paris; March 19-20, 1869, sold at Boilly’s sale, Hôtel Drouot, lot 48 (an album of twenty drawings), to Leurceau; possibly sold by Leurceau to Hyadès (an army inspector), Bordeaux. Private collection, Paris. By 1933, Alfred Strölin (dealer, b. 1871–d. 1954), Paris and Lausanne, Switzerland. Switzerland; November 12, 1953, sold by Frederick Strölin to the MFA. (Accession Date: November 12, 1953)

    Credit Line

    Arthur Tracy Cabot Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1737; Gassier I, 390

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 19.1 x 15.2 cm (7 1/2 x 6 in.)

    Accession Number

    53.2377

    Medium or Technique

    Black crayon on blued [Prussian blue] white laid paper

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  • Loco p.r Errar (Lunatic Because He Erred, or Lunatic Being Fitted with Leg Irons), Sheet 44 from a Bordeaux Album (Journal-Album G)

    1824–28
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    Upper right:in crayon 44; lower right: in crayon...nto. Verso shows offset of sheet 45 u.c., in crayon Lloco p. r. Errar"

    Markings

    Watermark: Shield with St. Andrew's Cross between two lions

    Provenance

    Hyadès, army inspector, Bordeaux; J. Boilly, Paris; Hotel Drouot sale, Paris, 1869, lot 48; Leurceau; A. Strölin, Lausanne; F. Strölin, Lausanne; Frances and Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA (1898-1984); purchased November 1963

    Credit Line

    Arthur Tracy Cabot Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1749; Gassier I, 402

    Dimensions

    Sheet :19.2 x 14.6 cm (7 9/16 x 5 3/4 in.)

    Accession Number

    53.2378

    Medium or Technique

    Black crayon on blued [Prussian blue] that appears gray-green, laid paper On verso: offset of Album G 45

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  • Lunatics (Locos) Album G (Bordeaux Album I), 35

    1824–28
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    Upper center in black chalk: title; upper right in black chalk: 35; lower left in graphite: Goya (cropped) In in another hand

    Markings

    Watermark: heart surmounted by trefoil

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance to the artist’s son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, and/or Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid. Maurice Marignane (dealer; b. 1879), Paris; about 1928, Alfred Strölin (dealer, b. 1871–d. 1954), Paris and Lausanne; to his son, Fred Strölin, Lausanne; 1955, sold by Strölin, through Hofstetter & Co., Lausanne, to the MFA.

    Credit Line

    William E. Nickerson Fund, No. 2

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gasser I, 393; Gassier and Wilson 1740

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 18.6 x 14.8cm (7 5/16 x 5 13/16in.)

    Accession Number

    55.662

    Medium or Technique

    Black crayon with touches of black charcoal or chalk on blued [Prussian blue] white laid paper

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  • You Know a Lot and You're Still Learning (Mucho sabes y aun aprendes) Album E (Black Border Album), 15

    1816–1820
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Old bearded man standing in profile at a tall desk. He writes on a book the words “Tuto he mestier” (All is Trade)

    Inscription

    Upper center in brown ink: [residual] 15; lower center in black crayon: Mucho sabes y aun aprendes; within image: Tuto he mestier Verso: Sketch of three figures in brush and carbon black ink wash

    Markings

    Watermark: NIG (Fragment of HONIG & ZOONEN) (Gassier I, p. 167, watermark E.

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid, and/or his brother-in-law Román Garreta y Huerta, Paris; April 3, 1877, Paul Lebas sale (probably acting on behalf of Madrazo), Hôtel Drouot, Paris, lot 18 (Tu sais beaucoup et tu apprends encore), to Eugène Féral (sale expert, b. 1832–d. 1900) for fr. 10, probably on behalf of Paul Meurice (b. 1818–d. 1905), Paris; May 25, 1906, posthumous Meurice sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris. April 9, 1957, sale, Galerie Charpentier, Paris, lot 7. 1958, sold by Rosenberg and Stiebel, Inc., New York, to the MFA. Purchased April 11, 1958

    Credit Line

    William Francis Warden Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1390; Gassier I, 118

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 26.4 x 18 cm (10 3/8 x 7 1/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    58.359

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and possible iron gall ink and carbon black ink with wash and scraping on discolored blued [smalt] white laid paper; pink paper remnants Verso: Sketch sheet of three figures, including young woman pushing away a youth who is running oward the right, also partial sketch of young woman upside down

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  • Mother Celestina (La madre Celestina) Album D (Witches and Old Women Album), 22

    1819–1823
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    Upper center in iron gall ink: 22, in carbon black ink: 29 (by Madrazo).; lower left: collector’s stamp of E. Calando (Lugt 837); lower center in black crayon: La madre Celestina

    Markings

    Lower left: black collector’s stamp of E. Calando (Lugt 837) Watermark: fragment of lily from watermark of coat-of-arms with bend and fleur-de-lis (Gassier I, p. 141, wm. B.I)

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid, and/or his brother-in-law Román Garreta y Huerta; April 3, 1877, Madrazo (under the name of Paul Lebas) sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, lot 28 (La Mère Célestine), to Émile Louis Dominique Calando (b. 1840–d. 1898), Paris, for fr. 15; December 11–12, 1899, Calando sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, lot 75 (3 drawings), for fr. 215, to “Auger” (pseudonym for Émile Pierre Victor Calando, (b. 1872–d. 1953), Paris and Grasse, the seller’s son). Tony Mayer (b. 1902–d. 1997), London and Menerbes, France; December 3, 1957, Mayer sale, Galerie Charpentier, Paris, lot 4. Richard H. Zinser (dealer, b. 1884 - d. 1984), Forest Hills, NY; March 12, 1959, sold by Zinser to the MFA. (Accession Date: March 12, 1959)

    Credit Line

    William Francis Warden Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gasssier & Wilson 1377; Gassier I, 106

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 23. x 14.5 cm (9 3/16 x 5 11/16 in. )

    Accession Number

    59.200

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and carbon black ink with wash on blued [smalt] white laid paper; pink paper remnants on verso

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  • Ice Skaters, from Album F (Images of Spain Album), 30

    The Skaters, Sheet 30 from the Sepia Album (Journal-Album F)

    1812–1820
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    Upper center in iron gall ink: 47.([Madrazo upper right in iron gall ink: 30 [and partial] 4 [residual]; ; L.r. corner in brown ink wash: 60 or GOY [?] (not typical signature) ; Verso: inscribed in graphite: 79 / les patineurs [in another hand]

    Markings

    Lower left corner: collector’s stamp of E. Calando (Lugt 837)

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid, and/or his brother-in-law Román Garreta y Huerta; Paris; April 3, 1877, Paul Lebas (probably acting on behalf of Madrazo) sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, lot 29 (as "Les Patineurs"), to Baron Maurice Alfred Martin de Beurnonville (b. 1826–d. 1895) for fr. 100; February 16–19, 1885, Beurnonville sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, part of lot 49, to Émile Louis Dominique Calando (b. 1840–d. 1898), Paris. 1961, sold by César Mange de Hauke (dealer, b. 1900–d. 1965), Paris, to the MFA. (Accession Date: March 8, 1961)

    Credit Line

    Otis Norcross Fund and Gift of Mrs. Thomas B. Card

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1456; Gassier I, 301

    Dimensions

    Sheet and mount: 20.7 x 14.3cm (8 1/8 x 5 5/8in.)

    Accession Number

    61.166

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and iron gall ink with wash over a few red and black crayon sketch lines on cream laid paper; scraping; full pink paper mount

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  • It is summer and by moonlight they take the air and get rid of their fleas by touch. (Es herano y a la luna, toman el fresco, y se espulgan / al tiento) [Three Figures Seated at an Open Window] Album B 85 (double-sided drawing, verso B 86 :"Buen Sacerdo

    Three Figures Seated at an Open Window (recto, page 85 of double-sided drawing from the "Madrid Sketchbook" (Journal-Album B)

    1794-97
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Recto page 65: Three Figures Seated at an Open Window inscribed  es b(h)erano y ala luna, toman el fresco, y se espulgan/ al tiento(IIt is summer and by moonlight they take the air and get rid of their fleas by touch. (b) Verso  page 86 Man pulling up his breeches, inscribed  Buen sacerdote ¿ donde se ha celebrado?” (Good priest, where was it celebrated?) (64.984b)

    Inscription

    (a) Recto:u.r., in carbon black ink: 85."; Below image in pen and brown ink: "es b(h)erano y ala luna, toman el fresco, y se espulgan/ al tiento"

    Markings

    watermark: fragment of Fleur-de-lis

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance to the artist’s son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, and/or Federico de Madrazo y Kunz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; probably in 1866, given or sold by Madrazo to Scipione Vannutelli, (b. 1834–d. 1894), Rome; by descent to his heirs; Carlo Sestieri (dealer), Rome; 1963, Colnaghi & Co., London; June 5, 1963, sold by Colnaghi & Co. to the MFA.

    Credit Line

    Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 443; Gassier I, 88

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 23.6 x 14.2 - 14.5 cm (9 5/16 x 5 5/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    63.984a

    Medium or Technique

    Double-sided album drawing: Brush and carbon black ink with wash on blued (smalt) white laid paper remnants of pink mount, on verso, Album B 86 Man Pulling Up his Breeches ("Buen Sacerdote...")

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  • Good Priest, Where Was It Celebrated? (Buen sacerdote, ¿donde se ha celebrado?) Man PUlling Up his Breeches] Album B, 86 (verso of double-sided drawing)

    Man Pulling Up his Breeches, page 86 (verso) of double-sided drawing from the " Madrid Sketchbook" (Journal-Album B)

    1794–1797
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Double-sided (a) Recto: page 85 inscribed  es b(h)erano y ala luna, toman el fresco, y se espulgan/ al tiento(IIt is summer and by moonlight they take the air and get rid of their fleas by touch.(63.984a) (b) Verso  page 86 inscribed  Buen sacerdote ¿ donde se ha celebrado?” (Good priest, where was it celebrated?)

    Inscription

    Upper left in carbon black ink: 86; lower center in iron gall ink: title; Verso: sketch of three figures in brush and carbon black ink wash; upper right in carbon black ink: 85; lower center in iron gall ink (b) Verso: u.l. brush and gray wash, "86"; below image in pen and brown ink "Buen sacerdote ¿ donde se ha celebrado?"

    Markings

    Watermark: fragment of fleur-de-lis

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance to the artist’s son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, and/or Federico de Madrazo y Kunz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; probably in 1866, given or sold by Madrazo to Scipione Vannutelli, (b. 1834–d. 1894), Rome; by descent to his heirs; Carlo Sestieri (dealer), Rome; 1963, Colnaghi & Co., London; June 5, 1963, sold by Colnaghi & Co. to the MFA.

    Credit Line

    Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 0444; Gassier I, 89

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 23.7 x 14.4 cm (9 5/16 x 5 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    63.984b

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and carbon black ink with wash on blued [smalt] laid paper, pink paper remnants On the recto: Album B 85

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  • Young Woman Reclining on a Bed, Attended by Two Old Women Album A, I (verso of k)

    1793–1796
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Double-sided drawing (63.984a and 63.984b)

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; 1866, Scipione Vannutelli (b. 1834–d. 1894), Rome; by descent to the Clementi-Vannutelli family, Rome. Carlo Sestieri (dealer), Rome. 1963, Colnaghi and Co., London; 1963, sold by Colnaghi to the MFA.

    Credit Line

    Charles Hitchcock Tyler Residuary Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 0367; Gassier I, 12

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 17.2 x 10.1 cm (6 3/4 x 4 in.)

    Accession Number

    63.985a

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and carbon black ink with wash on discolored blued [smalt] white laid paper; pink paper border

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  • Two Young Women Naked on a Bed Album A, k (recto of l)

    1793–1796
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Double-sided drawing, see also 83.985a

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; 1866, Scipione Vannutelli (b. 1834–d. 1894), Rome; by descent to the Clementi-Vannutelli family, Rome. Carlo Sestieri (dealer), Rome. 1963, Colnaghi and Co., London; 1963, sold by Colnaghi to the MFA.

    Credit Line

    Charles Hitchcock Tyler Residuary Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 0366; Gassier I , 11

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 17.2 x 10.1 cm (6 3/4 x 4 in.)

    Accession Number

    63.985b

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and carbon black ink with wash and recent opaque white overpaint on discolored blued [smalt] white laid paper; pink paper border

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  • Nude Woman Reclining Against a Rock

    1824–25
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Provenance

    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; July 3, 1963, Lieutenant Colonel William Joseph Stirling sale, Sotheby’s, London, lot 64, to the MFA.

    Credit Line

    Ernest Wadsworth Longfellow Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1688; Gu 0739

    Dimensions

    Overall: 8.7 x 8.6cm (3 7/16 x 3 3/8in.) Framed: 18.7 x 18.3 x 2 cm (7 3/8 x 7 3/16 x 13/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    63.1081

    Medium or Technique

    Carbon black wash, with watercolor and scratching, on ivory

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  • Resignation (La resignacion). Album E (Black Border Album), 33

    Woman Reclining Against a Dead Tree

    1816–1820
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    Upper center in iron gall ink: 33; lower center in black crayon: title Verso: in graphite: 8607, and l.l. W (?) CA 2815

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid. Henry Baldwin Hyde (b. 1834–d. 1899) and his wife, Annie Fitch Hyde (b. 1856–d. 1922), New York. William H. Schab (dealer), New York; May 15, 1969, sold by Schab to the MFA.

    Credit Line

    Museum purchase with funds donated by Landon T. Clay

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1402; Gassier 1,129

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 25.5 x 17.9 cm (10 1/16 x 7 1/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    69.68

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and carbon black ink with wash and scraping on discolored blued [smalt] white laid paper

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  • Bearded Woman With Child. This Woman Was Painted in Naples by Jusepe Ribera, called lo Spagnoletto, about the year 1640 (Esta Muger fue retratada en Napoles por José Ribera o el Españoleto, por los años de 1640) Album E (Black Border Album), number inde

    Bearded Woman Holding a Child (Drawing from Journal-Album E, ) (Esta Muger fue retratada en Napoles por José Ribera ó el Españoleto, por los años de 1640 (This woman was painted in Naples by José Ribera, or lo Spagnoletto, about 1640) [Magdalena Ventura]

    1816–1820
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828), Based on Jusepe de Ribera (Spanish (active in Italy), 1591–1652)

    Description

    Inscription

    Lower center within border in graphite reinforced with black crayon: Esta Muger fue retratada en Napoles por José Ribera o el Españoleto, por los años de 1640; upper center in brown ink [residual]: [indecipherable number]

    Markings

    Fragment [NIG] of HONIG & ZOONEN (reprod. Gassier I, p. 167); Verso, upper left corner: blue stamp of German customs, probably Stuttgart station.

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid, and/or his brother-in-law, Román Garreta y Huerta; April 3, 1877, Madrazo (under the name of Paul Lebas) sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, lot 105, sold for fr. 20 to Eugène Féral for Victor Hugo (b. 1802–d. 1885), Paris. Simon Meller (dealer; b. 1875–d. 1949), Budapest, Munich, and Paris. Franz Koenigs (b. 1881–d. 1941), Haarlem. June 29, 1960, anonymous (“property of a lady”) sale, Sotheby’s, London, lot 19, sold for £1400 to “Putt”. 1972, Richard H. Zinser (dealer, b. about 1883–d. 1983), Forest Hills, NY. 1973, gift of Philip and Frances Hofer, Cambridge, MA, to the MFA. (Accession Date: September 12, 1973) NOTES: [1] On the early history of Goya's albums, see Juliet Wilson-Bareau, Goya Drawings from His Private Albums (London: Hayward Gallery, 2001), 24-25, and on this drawing, 188-189, cat. 72.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Frances and Philip Hofer in honor of Eleanor A. Sayre

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1395; Gassier I, 123 as E-22

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 25.8 x 18 cm (10 3/16 x 7 1/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    1973.504

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and carbon black ink with wash and scraping on discolored blued [smalt] white laid paper

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  • Aesop

    Probably after the etching (Delteil 16, Harris 13) after painting by Velazquez

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

    Description

    Inscription

    Verso, in brown ink: "Original drawing by Goya for his etching bought by me at a sale of Spanish engravings at Christie & Mansons March 14, 1853. C Morse" graphite: "32A"; black chalk: "8" in circle

    Markings

    lower part of a shield with a lily

    Provenance

    March 14, 1853, sale, Sotheby's, London. Morse Collection. Sir William Stirling-Maxwell (b. 1818 - d. 1878), Keir, Scotland; by descent to his grandson, William Joseph Stirling (b. 1911 - d. 1983), Keir; 1951, sold by Stirling to Colnaghi, London; 1951, sold by Colnaghi to Philip Hofer (b. 1898 – d. 1984), Cambridge, MA [see note 1]; 1974, sold by Hofer, through R. M. Light (dealer), Boston, to the MFA. (Accession Date: June 12, 1974) NOTES: [1] Hofer’s collection of Goya prints and drawings was first offered to the MFA on June 13, 1973.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Frederick J. Kennedy Memorial Foundation

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier and Wilson 102; not in Gassier

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 31.2 x 20.8 cm (12 5/16 x 8 3/16 in. )

    Accession Number

    1973.695

    Medium or Technique

    Pen and black and brown inks on dark cream laid paper

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  • Pedro Romero Killing a Bull that He Has Subdued Preparatory drawing for the etching, Tauromaquia, plate 30 (Pedro Romero matando á toro parado)

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

    Description

    Prepapratory drawing for ‘Tauromaquia”, pl.30

    Inscription

    no inscriptions

    Markings

    PDP Watermark Type: J. Honig and Zoonen beehive

    Provenance

    Eugene Loizelet (b. 1842 - d. 1882), Paris [see note 1]. 1869, Paul Lefort, Paris; January 28-29, 1869, Lefort sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris lot 123. Sophie Jay (b. about 1840), Frankfurt. Colnaghi, London. By 1931, Philip Hofer (b. 1898 - d. 1984), Cambridge, MA [see note 1]; 1974, sold by Philip Hofer, through R. M. Light (dealer), Boston, to the MFA. (Accession Date: June 12, 1974) NOTES: [1] According to Hofer. [2] Hofer’s collection of Goya prints was first offered to the MFA on June 13, 1973.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Frederick J. Kennedy Memorial Foundation

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1211; Gassier II, 272

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 18.7-19.5 x 28.3-28.7 cm (7 11/16 x 11 5/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    1973.696

    Medium or Technique

    Red chalk on cream laid paper

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  • To Go Along Seated, on Foot, and on Horseback (Andar sentado á pie y a cavallo) Album G (Bordeaux Album I), 10

    1824–28
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    Upper right in black chalk: 10; lower center in black chalk: title Verso: in chalk (not by Goya): "1" "Goya"

    Markings

    no watermark

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855¬60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; before 1869, acquired from Federico de Madrazo by Jules Boilly (b. 1796–d. 1874), Paris; March 19¬20, 1869, sold at Boilly’s sale, Hôtel Drouot, lot 48 (an album of twenty drawings), to Leurceau; possibly sold by Leurceau to Hyadès (an army inspector), Bordeaux. Private collection, Paris. By 1933, Alfred Strölin (dealer, b. 1871–d. 1954), Paris and Lausanne; about 1948, sold by Alfred Strölin to Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984) and his wife, Frances L. Hofer (b. 1908–d. 1978), Cambridge, MA; June, 1974, sold by the Hofers to the MFA. purchased June 1974 (original vote June, 1973)

    Credit Line

    Gift of Frederick J. Kennedy Memorial Foundation

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier I, 373; Gasssier & Wilson 1719;

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 19.2 x 15 cm (7 9/16 x 5 7/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    1973.697

    Medium or Technique

    Black crayon on blued [Prussian blue] white laid paper

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  • De todo sirven [se rien] (Used for Everything; All Purpose) Crossed over inscription: No se alquilan (Not for hire) Sheet 28 from a Bordeaux Album (Journal-Album G)

    1824–28
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Sheet 28 from Album G, one of two Bordeaux Albums

    Inscription

    u.r., in crayon "28", earlier no. "2(5?)" rubbed out; l.l. in crayon, crossed out "No se alquilan"; l.r. "De todo/ sirven" Verso: (not by Goya): in chalk "1" and "Goya"

    Markings

    WM: heart surmounted by trefoil

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855¬60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; before 1869, acquired from Federico de Madrazo by Jules Boilly (b. 1796–d. 1874), Paris; March 19¬20, 1869, sold at Boilly’s sale, Hôtel Drouot, lot 48 (an album of twenty drawings), to Leurceau; possibly sold by Leurceau to Hyadès (an army inspector), Bordeaux. Private collection, Paris. By 1933, Alfred Strölin (dealer, b. 1871–d. 1954), Paris and Lausanne; about 1948, sold by Alfred Strölin to Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984) and his wife, Frances L. Hofer (b. 1908–d. 1978), Cambridge, MA; June, 1974, sold by the Hofers to the MFA. purchased June 1974 (original vote June, 1973)

    Credit Line

    Gift of Frederick J. Kennedy Memorial Foundation

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1733: Gassier I, 386

    Dimensions

    Sheet :19.2 x 14.7 cm (7 9/16 x 5 13/16 in. )

    Accession Number

    1973.698

    Medium or Technique

    Black crayon, with touches of chalk or charcoal on gray-green laid paper (Blued [Prussian Blue] white laid paper

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  • Francisco Goya (Self Portrait)

    about 1783
    Attributed to Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    possible study for Self Portrait painting G & W 201; Gudiol 139

    Inscription

    in pencil, l.r.: Goya

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    Javier Goya; Mariano Goya; V. Carderera y Solano, Madrid (1790-1880); Carderera heirs; Christopher Novis, July, 1959; to Frances and Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA; from whom purchased by MFA through Robert M. Light, Boston; vote to purchase June, 1973, purchased June 1974.

    Credit Line

    Gift of Frederick J. Kennedy Memorial Foundation

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 202: Gassier II, 316

    Dimensions

    Sheet :10.9 x 8 cm (4 5/16 x 3 1/8 in. )

    Accession Number

    1973.699

    Medium or Technique

    Graphite and black chalk,with stumping (rubbing) on cream laid paper Moderately textured, moderately thick, cream laid paper (h. ch. 28 mm.)

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  • Woman Holding Up Her Dying Lover Album B (Madrid Album) , 35 (recto of 36)

    1794–1797
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    GW: 1602. Double sided drawing from Journal Album B. Recto: Page 35 from Journal Album B; later used for Capricho plate 10. On verso: Couple Conversing on the Paseo (B 36)

    Inscription

    Upper right in black iron gall ink: 35 and 4 [encircled]. Verso: Drawing of man and woman in brush and carbon black ink with wash and iron gall ink; upper left in carbon black ink: 36; upper right in iron gall ink: 3 [encircled]

    Markings

    Watermark: fragment of coat-or-arms with bend and fleur

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance from the artist to his son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid, and/or his brother-in-law Román Garreta y Huerta; April 3, 1877, Paul Lebas sale (probably acting on behalf of Madrazo), Hôtel Drouot, Paris, lot 69 (Les suites d’un duel), to Baron Maurice Alfred Martin de Beurnonville (b. 1826–d. 1895) for fr. 50; February 16–19, 1885, Beurnonville sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, lot 51 to Phillipe for fr. 105. Philip Hofer (b. 1898–d. 1984) and his wife, Frances L. Hofer (b. 1908–d. 1978) Cambridge, MA; June 12, 1974, sold by the Hofers to the MFA. vote to acquire, June 1973, purchased June 1974

    Credit Line

    Gift of Frederick J. Kennedy Memorial Foundation

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 403; Gassier I, 48

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 23.6 x 14.5 cm (9 5/16 x 5 11/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    1973.700a

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and carbon black ink with wash and touches of iron gall ink on discolored blued [smalt] white laid paper

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  • Couple Conversing on the Paseo (page 36, verso of double-sided drawing from the Madrid Sketchbook (Journal-Album B))

    (On recto: Young Woman Holding up her Dying Lover)

    1794-97
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Verso of double sided drawing from Journal Album B. (Recto: Page 35 from Journal Album B; later used for Capricho plate 10 ). .

    Inscription

    Recto: u.r , pen and black ink, "4"; u.r., brush and gray wash, "35" Verso: u.l. brush and gray wash, "36"; u.r. pen and black ink , "3"

    Markings

    Watermark: fragment of coat-of-arms with bend and fleur-de-lis)

    Provenance

    Paul Lebas, Paris; Hotel Drouot, Paris, 3 April 1877, no. 69; de Beurnonville; Hotel Drouot,Paris,1885; Phillipe; Henry P. Rossiter, Boston; Frances and Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA; vote to acquire, June 1973, purchased June 1974

    Credit Line

    Gift of Frederick J. Kennedy Memorial Foundation

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 404; Gassier I, 49

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 23.6 x 14.5 cm (9 5/16 x 5 11/16 in. )

    Accession Number

    1973.700b

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and gray wash, touched with iron gall ink faded to brown on laid paper

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  • Man looking for fleas in his shirt

    1824–25
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Provenance

    Luis de Portilla; Portilla sale, Madrid, 16 Feb. 1880, lot 192; Warwick, Paris; Schidhoff, Paris; Baron von Schlumberger, Vienna; Tomás Harris, London, by 1938; Durlacher Bros., NY, by 1941; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Price, Los Angeles, by 1956; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA; R. M. Light, Boston; through whom purchased by MFA June 12, 1974

    Credit Line

    M. and M. Karolik Fund

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier and Wilson 1679: Gudiol 759 /726

    Dimensions

    Overall: 6 x 5.9 cm (2 3/8 x 2 5/16 in.) Framed: 18.5 x 18.5 x 2.5 cm (7 5/16 x 7 5/16 x 1 in.)

    Accession Number

    1973.733

    Medium or Technique

    Carbon black wash, with watercolor and scratching, on ivory

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  • The custody of a criminal does not call for torture, Preparatory drawing for the etching "La seguridad de un reo no exige tormento"

    Prisoner in chains leaning against a wall to the right
    Prisoner in leg irons, facing

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

    Description

    Study for etching D. 32. H. 27 (1974.246).
    Preparatory drawing for the etching “La seguridad de un reo no exige tormento”

    Markings

    No watermark

    Provenance

    W.G.Russell Allen (Boston, 1882-1955); acquired by bequest April 1974 (accession date April 10, 1974)

    Credit Line

    Bequest of W. G. Russell Allen

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 988: Gassier II, 164

    Dimensions

    Sheet :10.48 x 7.15 cm (4 1/8 x 2 13/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    1974.223

    Medium or Technique

    Pen, brush and brown ink over slight graphite sketch; sanguine border; the outlines of the image incised for transfer and the verso rubbed with red chalk

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  • Man with upraised pick (adz )

    early 19th century
    Rosario Weiss (Spanish, 1814-1843), Related to Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Markings

    Waternark: fragment of A. F. Capellades (Barcelona paper mill 1821)

    Provenance

    W.G. Russell Allen (1882-1955, Boston); acquired by bequest, April 1974

    Credit Line

    Bequest of W. G. Russell Allen

    Details

    Dimensions

    14.26 x 10.32 cm (5 5/8 x 4 1/16 in.)

    Accession Number

    1974.299

    Medium or Technique

    Pen, brush and sepia ink (Verso; portion of an animal (perhaps different hand from recto)

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  • Boy Staring at an Apparition

    Boy Frightened by a Man

    1824–25
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Provenance

    Private collection, France, sale Hôtel Drouot, Paris, 22 February 1937, lot 56, no. 4; Private collection, England, by 1970; Eleanor A. Sayre, Cambridge, MA; gift , June 24, 1992

    Credit Line

    Gift of Eleanor A. Sayre

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier and Wilson 1693

    Dimensions

    Overall: 5.9 x 6 cm (2 5/16 x 2 3/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    1992.326

    Medium or Technique

    Carbon black wash, with watercolor and scratching, on ivory (Black wash, heightened with vermilion and brown)

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  • Woman with Clothes Blowing in the Wind

    1824–25
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Provenance

    Private collection, Paris; February 22, 1937, anonymous sale, Hôtel Drouot, Paris, lot 56–61. 1938, Tomás Harris (b. 1908–d. 1964), London. By 1941, Durlacher Brothers, New York; to Ralph Kirk Askew (owner of Durlacher; b. 1903–d. 1974) and his wife, Constance Atwood Askew, New York; by inheritance to their daughter, Pamela Askew (b. 1925–d. 1997), New York; 1998, bequest of Pamela Askew to the MFA. Bequest June 24, 1998

    Credit Line

    Bequest of Pamela Askew

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    GW 1690; Gu 742/712; DeAngelis 682

    Dimensions

    Overall: 9 x 9.5 cm (3 9/16 x 3 3/4 in.) Framed: 16.5 x 16.5 x 2.5 cm (6 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 1 in.)

    Accession Number

    1998.110

    Medium or Technique

    Carbon black wash, with watercolor and scratching, on ivory

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  • Siempre los Mismos (Always the Same)

    about 1830–45
    Leonardo Alenza y Nieto (Spanish, 1807–1845), Follower of Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    B.c.: in brown ink: Siempre los mismos

    Provenance

    Eleanor A. Sayre, Cambridge, MA; bequest to MFA, October 23, 2002

    Credit Line

    Bequest of Eleanor A. Sayre

    Details

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 11 x 18.4 cm (4 5/16 x 7 1/4 in.)

    Accession Number

    2002.423

    Medium or Technique

    Pen and brown ink on paper

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  • Two Men Fighting (from Album F (Images of Spain Album)), 73

    1812–20
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes (Spanish, 1746–1828)

    Description

    Inscription

    Upper right in black crayon: 73

    Provenance

    1828, by inheritance to the artist’s son, Javier Goya y Bayeu (b. 1784–d. 1854), Madrid; 1854, by inheritance to his son, Mariano Goya y Goicoechea (b. 1806–d. 1874), Madrid; about 1855–60, sold by Mariano Goya to Valentín Carderera y Solano (b. 1796–d. 1880), Madrid, and/or Federico de Madrazo y Kuntz (b. 1815–d. 1894), Madrid; probably in 1866, given or sold by Madrazo to Scipione Vannutelli (b. 1834–d. 1894), Rome; by descent to his heirs; [Clementi-Vannutelli family]; Carlo Sestieri, Rome; 1963, Colnaghi & Co., London; 1963, purchased from Colnaghi & Co. by Eleanor A. Sayre (b. 1916–d. 2001), Cambridge, MA; October 23, 2002, bequest of Eleanor A. Sayre to the MFA. (Bequest to MFA, October 23, 2002)

    Credit Line

    Bequest of Eleanor A. Sayre

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    Gassier & Wilson 1492: Gassier I, 337

    Dimensions

    Sheet: 20.6 x 14.5 cm (8 1/8 x 5 11/16 in.) Pink paper mount: 21.5 x 15 cm (8 7/16 x 5 7/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    2002.430

    Medium or Technique

    Brush and iron gall ink with scraping on cream laid paper, pink paper mount; no waternark

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  • Lamb Among Wolves (drawing for unexecuted Caprichos Enfáticos in the Disasters of War)

    Lamb amidst Four Wolves (Drawing for unexecuted Caprichos Enfáticos)
    A Sheep among Lookers

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

    Description

    Undescribed drawing for the “caprichos enfáticos”

    Markings

    Watermark: OLVA

    Provenance

    Caylus Anticuario, S.A., Madrid, through Galveston Fine Arts Assciated, S. A. Tortolia, British Virgin Islands, 1992; to Eleanor A. Sayre, Cambridge, MA; bequest to MFA October 23, 2002

    Credit Line

    Bequest of Eleanor A. Sayre

    Details

    Catalogue Raisonné

    not in Gassier & Wilson or Gassier

    Dimensions

    14.7 x 20.7 cm (5 13/16 x 8 1/8 in.)

    Accession Number

    2002.431

    Medium or Technique

    Red chalk on cream laid paper

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