Fine print by the renowned artist Goya, matted and framed. Condition is good with very slight foxing at top. Although the matting could be updated, it is still in ready to hang condition.
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes: Woman seized by a horse, c. 1815 - 24.Etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint and burin. Plate 10 from The Disparates Published for the first time by the Academy of San Fernando in Madrid in 1864, under the title Los Proverbios, each plate from The Disparates series was given the name of a popular Spanish proverb. Proofs of many of the plates exist in titles written by Goya containing the word 'Disparate' (Folly). This exhibition consists of 18 prints from the third edition, published in 1891. A fully illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition
Framed: 23 1/2" x 20" framed