28 March 2007
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828)
Tan bárbara la Seguridad como el Delito ('The Little Prisoner') (Delteil 31; Harris 26 III)
etching, circa 1820, a good impression of Harris' third state (of four), from the First Edition, on laid paper watermarked A, published by the Gazette des Beaux-Arts (Vol. XXII, p. 196) and printed by Delâtre, Paris, 1867, with their address, with wide margins (possibly the full sheet) a deckle edge at right, some very minor time staining at the sheet edges, generally in very good condition
P. 109 x 84 mm., S. 285 x 204 mm.
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