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  1. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Tampoco (Not [in this case] either) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.58
  2. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Nobody knows why (No se puede saber por qué) from the series Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.57
  3. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    On account of a knife (Por una navaja) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.56
  4. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    What more can one do? (Qué hai que hacer mas?) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.55
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Ravages of war (Estragos de la guerra) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.52
  8. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    He deserved it (Lo merecia) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.51
  9. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Rabble (Populacho) from the series The Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.50
  10. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Charity (Caridad) from the series The Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.49
  11. 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
  12. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    So will these (Tambien estos) from the series The Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.47
  13. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    They'll still be useful (Aun podrán servir) from the series The Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.46
  14. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    The same [thing] elsewhere (Lo mismo en otras partes) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.45
  15. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    All this and more (Tanto y mas) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.44
  16. 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
  17. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Treat them, then on to other matters (Curarlos, y á otra) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.42
  18. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    There is no more time (Ya no hay tiempo) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.41
  19. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Bury them and keep quiet (Enterrar y callar) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.40
  20. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    They do not agree (No se convienen) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.39
  21. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    They avail themselves (Se aprovechan) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.38
  22. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    And it can't be helped (Y no hai remedio) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.37
  23. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    The way is hard! (Duro es el paso!) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.36
  24. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Bitter presence (Amarga presencia) from the series Disasters of War (Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.35
  25. 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
  26. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Or these (Ni por esas) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.33
  27. 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
  28. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    They do not want to (No quieren) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.31
  29. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    This always happens (Siempre sucede) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.30
  30. 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
  31. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    It serves you right (Bien te se está) from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

    Published 1863
    Aquatint on paper
    BF.1979.28
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. Francisco de Goya
    Spanish, 1746–1828
    Sad presentiments of what must come to pass

    1810–1820/1863
    Etching with aquatint
    BF.1979.9
  37. Manuel Vilariño
    Spanish, born 1952
    Tixenus W.

    1983
    Gelatin silver print with toning
    99.528
  38. Chema Madoz
    Spanish, born 1958
    Untitled

    1996
    Gelatin silver print with toning
    99.505
  39. Manuel Vilariño
    Spanish, born 1952
    Sula bassana

    1985
    Gelatin silver print with toning
    99.494
  40. Anton von Maron
    Austrian, 1733–1808
    The Return of Orestes

    1786
    Oil on canvas
    99.307
  41. Attributed to Gisela Falke von Lilienstein
    Austrian, born 1871, death unknown
    Covered Box

    c. 1902
    Silvered brass and glass
    99.240.A,.B
  42. Bruno Mathsson
    Swedish, 1904–1998
    Chaise Longue

    Designed 1934, manufactured 1942
    Beech, jute, cotton, leather, and metal
    99.238.A-.D
  43. Werkstätte Hagenauer
    Austrian, active 1898–1956
    Candelabrum

    1915–1930
    Silvered brass
    99.51
  44. Pablo Picasso
    Spanish, 1881–1973
    Corrida, Le Picador, 11 March 1949

    1949
    Lithograph, edition 25/50
    98.536
  45. Friedel Holzer-Kjellberg
    Austrian, 1924–1970
    Mocha Cup and Saucer

    Designed 1945, made c. 1945–1950
    Porcelain
    98.528.A,.B
  46. Egon Schiele
    Austrian, 1890–1918
    Portrait of Arthur Roessler

    1914
    Etching and drypoint on wove paper
    98.335
  47. Maximilian Kurzweil
    Austrian, 1867–1916
    Study of Nine Heads

    no date
    Graphite and ink on paper
    98.218
  48. Albert Paris von Gütersloh
    Austrian, 1887–1973
    The Adoration of Aphrodite

    1965
    Tempera on paper
    98.217
  49. Spanish
    Shoes

    1960–1969
    Leather
    97.541.A,.B
  50. 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

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