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  1. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    The same [thing] (Lo mismo) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.18
  2. Attributed to Peter Carl Fabergé
    Russian, 1846–1920
    Picture Frame

    Birchwood, gold and silver mounted
    96.1260
  3. Spanish
    Border

    17th century
    Linen, silk, and metallic thread
    40.2
  4. Jusepe de Ribera
    Spanish, 1591–1652, active Italy
    The Penitent Saint Peter

    c. 1621
    Etching with engraving on laid paper
    86.531
  5. Jusepe de Ribera
    Spanish, 1591–1652, active Italy
    Large Grotesque Head (Man with Warts)

    c. 1622
    Etching on laid paper, state I/III
    97.460
  6. Spanish
    Altar Frontal

    18th century (possibly)
    Silk and gold thread
    36.37
  7. Spanish
    Chalice cover

    mid-18th century
    Silk
    36.40
  8. Spanish
    Mantilla or Scarf

    late 18th-19th century
    Silk
    40.53
  9. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Pintor (Self-Portrait)

    c. 1798, published 1799
    Etching, aquatint, drypoint, and burin
    BF.1980.13
  10. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Ni mas ni menos (Neither more nor less)

    1799
    Etching and aquatint
    BF.1997.21
  11. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Linda maestra! (Pretty teacher!) from the series Los Caprichos

    1799
    Etching on paper
    BF.1980.7
  12. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Le Descañona (She fleeces him) from the series Los Caprichos

    1799
    Etching on paper
    BF.1979.105
  13. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    ¿Si sabra más el discípulo? (Might the pupil know more?), Plate 37

    first published 1799
    Etching and aquatint
    93.175
  14. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Hasta la muerte (Until Death), Plate 55

    published 1799, first edition
    Etching, aquatint with burnishing, and drypoint on laid paper
    80.44
  15. Russian
    Koemesis

    19th century
    Silk and metallic thread
    37.51
  16. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Vain laments (Clamores en vano) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.76
  17. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    This is how it happened (Así sucedió) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.69
  18. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    I saw it (Yo lo vi) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.66
  19. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Great deeds! Against the dead! (Grande hazaña! Con muertos!) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.61
  20. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Why? (Por qué?) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.54
  21. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    This is too much! (Fuerte cosa es!) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.53
  22. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    One cannot look at this (No se puede mirar) from the series the Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.48
  23. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    The same (Será lo mismo) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.43
  24. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    This is what you were born for (Para eso habeis nacido) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.34
  25. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Not [in this case] either (Tampoco) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.32
  26. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    What courage! (Que valor!) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.29
  27. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    And are like wild beasts (Y son fieras) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.26
  28. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    The women give courage (Las mugeres dan valor) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.25
  29. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    With or without reason (Con razon ó sin ella) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.14
  30. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Sad presentiments of what must come to pass

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.9
  31. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    The Cid Campeador Attacking a Bull with His Lance, Plate 11

    1814–1816
    Etching and aquatint with engraving on laid paper
    81.168
  32. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    The Clever 'Student of Falces' Infuriates the Bull by Moving about Wrapped in his Cloak, Plate 14

    1814–1816
    Etching with burnished aquatint and engraving on laid paper
    81.167
  33. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    El caballo raptor (The kidnapping horse) from the series Los Proverbios (Proverbs) or Los Disparates (Follies)

    c. 1816–1864
    Etching and aquatint
    BF.1980.12
  34. Russian
    Border

    mid-19th century
    Linen
    40.47
  35. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Si resucitará? (Will she live again?) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.102
  36. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Murió la verdad (Truth has died) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.101
  37. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Se defiende bien (He defends himself well) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.100
  38. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Que se rompe la cuerda (Look, the rope is breaking!) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.99
  39. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    El buitre carnívoro (The carnivorous vulture) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.98
  40. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Farándula de charlatanes (Troupe of charlatans) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.97
  41. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Esto es lo peor! (This is the [absolute] worst!) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.96
  42. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Gatesca pantomima (Feline pantomime) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.95
  43. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Las resultas (The consequences) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.94
  44. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Contra el bien general (Against the common good) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.93
  45. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    No saben el camino (They don't know the way) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.92
  46. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Nada. Ello Dirá (Nothing. We shall see) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.91
  47. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Que locura! (What madness!) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.90
  48. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Esta no lo es menos (This is no less curious) from the series Los Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.89

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