Francisco GOYA y Lucientes

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

 (145 works)

Img Title Date Artist Medium Acc #
Two of a kind Two of a kind (1797-1798); 1799 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, aquatint and drypoint printed in sepia ink P1.5-1976
To the Count Palatine, or, Count of the Palate To the Count Palatine, or, Count of the Palate (1797-1798); 1799 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, aquatint, drypoint and burin printed in sepia ink P1.33-1976
Thou who canst not Thou who canst not (1797-1798); 1799 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching and burnished aquatint printed in sepia ink P1.42-1976
Sleep overcomes them Sleep overcomes them (1797-1798); 1799 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching and burnished aquatint printed in sepia ink P1.34-1976
What a tailor can do! What a tailor can do! (1797-1798); 1799 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint and burin printed in sepia ink P1.52-1976
Margarita de Austria Margarita de Austria 1778 Francisco GOYA y Lucientes; Diego VELÁZQUEZ (after) etching and drypoint 1995.42
Which of them is the more overcome? Which of them is the more overcome? (1797-1798); 1799 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, aquatint and drypoint printed in sepia ink P1.27-1976
Hush Hush (1797-1798); 1799 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, aquatint and burin printed in sepia ink P1.28-1976
Cruel folly Cruel folly (c. 1819-1824); 1864 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, aquatint, lavis, burnisher, drypoint and burin P23.6-1981
The Moors use donkeys as a barrier to defend themselves against the bull whose horns have been tipped with balls The Moors use donkeys as a barrier to defend themselves against the bull whose horns have been tipped with balls (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint and burin 1998.255.17
The rabble hamstring the bull with lances, sickles, banderillas and other weapons The rabble hamstring the bull with lances, sickles, banderillas and other weapons (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint and drypoint 1998.255.12
Origin of the harpoons or banderillas Origin of the harpoons or banderillas (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint and burin 1998.255.7
The Cid Campeador spearing another bull The Cid Campeador spearing another bull (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint and burin 1998.255.11
The celebrated picador Fernando del Toro draws the fierce beast on with his pique The celebrated picador Fernando del Toro draws the fierce beast on with his pique (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint and burin 1998.255.27
Pedro Romero killing the halted bull Pedro Romero killing the halted bull (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, aquatint, drypoint and burin 1998.255.30
Loyalty Loyalty (c. 1819-1824); 1864 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, aquatint, lavis, burnisher, drypoint and burin P23.17-1981
A Moor caught by the bull in the ring A Moor caught by the bull in the ring (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint and drypoint 1998.255.8
The same man throws a bull in the ring at Madrid The same man throws a bull in the ring at Madrid (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint and burin 1998.255.16
The forceful Rendon stabs a bull with the pique, from which pass he died in the ring at Madrid The forceful Rendon stabs a bull with the pique, from which pass he died in the ring at Madrid (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint and burin 1998.255.28
The Moors make a different play in the ring, calling the bull with their burnous The Moors make a different play in the ring, calling the bull with their burnous (c. 1815-1816); 1816 {published} Francisco GOYA y Lucientes etching, burnished aquatint and drypoint 1998.255.6