London, South Kensington
7 July 2011
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828)
El Vergonzoso, plate 54 from: Los Caprichos (D. 91; H. 89)
etching with burnished aquatint, 1799, on laid paper, without watermark, a very good impression, from the First Edition of approximately three hundred copies, with full margins on three sides, slightly trimmed at left, in good condition
P. 215 x 150 mm., S. 320 x 205 mm.
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide.
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