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Lot No. 193

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current bid: $850
hi bidder: ***885

Francisco De Goya

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    "Escapen Entres Las Llama", Plate 41 From The "Desastres De La Guerra (Disasters Of War)"

    etching and burnished aquatint, printed on a soft laid paper, 1810-1820 , , from the first edition, with the sewn holes still showing top edge,

  • Condition:In very good condition, some toning to the sheet away from the image, the full sheet titled lower center, collector’s Stamp "Ls" and "SL" l.l.
  • Sheet: 9 1/4 × 12 1/4. (23.1 × 30 cm)
  • Plate: 6 1/8 x 7 7/8 in. (15.5 x 19.7 cm.)
  • References: Recorded and illustrated in the standard text on Goya's original etchings by Harris, No. 161; Delteil 161.
  • Framing: Sold unframed
  • Note: Desastres de la Guerra (Disasters of War) was one of four sets of prints illustrating the horrors of war then raging in Europe and the follies of 18th century Spain with its religious, social and political upheavals. Desastres de la Guerra was not published during the artist's lifetime due to the controversial subject matter in the era of the inquisition. The name by which the series is known today is not Goya's own. His handwritten title on an album of proofs given to a friend reads: "Fatal consequences of Spain's bloody war with Bonaparte, and other emphatic caprices (Spanish: Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte, Y otros caprichos enfáticos)"(source: Wikipedia).

    The aquatint printing strong throughout.
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* Estimates do not include 25% buyer's premium (see Terms and Conditions). NR means no reserve (minimum bid $50 unless otherwise posted). Estimates in other currencies based on conversion rates of Euro: 0.91 , British Pound 0.82, Swiss Fr 1.01. All conversion values are approximate with the final cost determined in dollars.
workcode: fg-1292e-76