Francisco GOYA y Lucientes

Born
30 Mar 1746 Fuendetodos, Aragon, Spain
Died
16 Apr 1828 Bordeaux, Aquitaine, France
Nationality
Spanish

 (145 works)

  • Poor folly
    Title
    Poor folly
    Production date
    (c. 1819-1824); 1864 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, aquatint, lavis, burnisher, drypoint and burin
    Accession number
    P23.11-1981
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1981
  • Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Painter
    Title
    Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Painter
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, aquatint, drypoint and burin printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.1-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • Feminine folly
    Title
    Feminine folly
    Production date
    (c. 1819-1824); 1864 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, aquatint, lavis, burnisher, drypoint and burin
    Accession number
    P23.1-1981
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1981
  • Why hide them?
    Title
    Why hide them?
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, burnished aquatint and drypoint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.30-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • Portrait of a lady
    Title
    Portrait of a lady
    Production date
    (late 18th century)
    Artist/Maker
    SPAIN; Francisco GOYA y Lucientes (manner of)
    Medium
    oil on canvas
    Accession number
    1963-3
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1926
  • Even thus he cannot make her out
    Title
    Even thus he cannot make her out
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, aquatint and drypoint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.7-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • May God repay you, or, Barbarous entertainment
    Title
    May God repay you, or, Barbarous entertainment
    Production date
    (c. 1800-1804); 1867 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, aquatint and drypoint
    Accession number
    1995.670
    Credit Line
    Purchased through The Art Foundation of Victoria with the assistance of Mr Bret Walker SC, Member 1995
  • To rise and to fall
    Title
    To rise and to fall
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching and burnished aquatint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.56-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • This is not less so
    Title
    This is not less so
    Production date
    (1903)
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint, burin and burnisher
    Accession number
    1842-5
    Credit Line
  • Who would have thought it!
    Title
    Who would have thought it!
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, burnished aquatint and burin printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.62-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • What one does to another
    Title
    What one does to another
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint and burin printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.77-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • Pretty teachings
    Title
    Pretty teachings
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, burnished aquatint and burin printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.15-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • There is plenty to suck
    Title
    There is plenty to suck
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching and burnished aquatint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.45-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • Yes he broke the pot
    Title
    Yes he broke the pot
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, aquatint and drypoint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.25-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • Correction
    Title
    Correction
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching and burnished aquatint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.46-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • Devout profession
    Title
    Devout profession
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching, aquatint and drypoint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.70-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • Poor little girls!
    Title
    Poor little girls!
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching and burnished aquatint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.22-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976
  • The disasters of war
    Title
    The disasters of war
    Production date
    (c. 1810-1820); 1863 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    bound volume of 80 plates (etching, aquatint, lans, burnisher, drypoint and burin), with lithographic title page, letterpress introduction and yellow paper wrappers in which the plates were issued (8 parts)
    Accession number
    1684-5
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1966
  • They say yes and give their hand to the first comer
    Title
    They say yes and give their hand to the first comer
    Production date
    (1797-1798); 1799 {published}
    Artist/Maker
    Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
    Medium
    etching and burnished aquatint printed in sepia ink
    Accession number
    P1.2-1976
    Credit Line
    Felton Bequest, 1976