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Maker(s):Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Culture:Spanish (1746-1828)
Title:Tauromaquia
Date Made:1816
Type:Book/Manuscript/Document
Materials:Bound etchings (etching, aquatint, and open-bite on wove paper)
Measurements:Overall: 11 7/8 in x 14 3/4 in x 5/8 in; 30.2 cm x 37.5 cm x 1.6 cm
Accession Number:  AC 1951.1115.xxxx
Credit Line:Gift of Edward C. Crossett (Class of 1905)
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A complete set of thirty three etchings bound in an album

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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.1
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Modo con que los antiguos españoles cazaban los toros á caballo en el campo. "The way of the ancient Spaniards baited the bull in the open." from Tauromaquia (Plate 1)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.2
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Otro modo de cazar á pie. "Another way of baiting the bull." from Tauromaquia (Plate 2)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.3
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Los moros establecidos en España, prescindiendo de las supersticiones de su Alcorán, adoptaron esta caza y arte, y lancean un toro en el campo. "The Moors take to fighting the bull with lances, thus giving up the superstitions in the Koran." from Tauromaquia (Plate 3)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.4
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Capean otro encerrado. "They are fighting bulls with the cape in the arena." from Tauromaquia (Plate 4)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.5
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
El animoso moro Gazul es el primero que lanceó toros en regla. "The courageous Moor, Gazul, was the first to fight bulls according to the rules of art." from Tauromaquia (Plate 5)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.6
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Los moros hacen otro capeo en plaza con su albornoz. "The Moors using the "Burnous" as a method for exciting the bull." from Tauromaquia (Plate 6)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.7
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Origen de los arpones ó banderillas. "The introduction of the banderillo." from Tauromaquia (Plate 7)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.8
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Cogida de un moro estando en la plaza. "A Moor hurt in the arena." from Tauromaquia (Plate 8)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.9
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Un caballero español mata un toro en la plaza de Valladolid. "After losing his horse, a Spanish nobleman kills the bull." from Tauromaquia (Plate 9)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.10
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Carlos V lanceando un toro despues de haber perdido el caballo. "Charles V fighting the bull at Valladolid." from Tauromaquia (Plate 10)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.11
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
El Cid Campeador attacking a bull with his lance (El Cid Campeador lanceando otro toro) from Tauromaquia (Plate 11)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.12
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Desjarrete de la canalla con lanzas, medias-lunas, banderillas y otras armas. "A crowd with lances and other arms hamstrings a bull." from Tauromaquia (Plate 12)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.13
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Un caballero español en plaza quebrando rejoncillos sin auxilio de los chulos. "A bullfighter on horseback breaks lances without his companions." from Tauromaquia (Plate 13)
1816
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Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
El diestrísimo estudiante de Falces, embozado burla al toro con sus quiebros. "The clever student of Falces infuriates the bull by moving about wrapped in his cloak." from Tauromaquia (Plate 14)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.15
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
El famoso Martincho poniendo banderillas al quiebro. "The famous Martincho plants his banderillos as he turns." from Tauromaquia (Plate 15)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.16
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
El mismo vuelca un toro en la plaza de Madrid. "The same throwing the bull in the Madrid arena." from Tauromaquia (Plate 16)
1816
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Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Palenque de los moros hecho con burros para defenderse del toro embolado. "The way the Moors use asses for protection from a bull whose horns have been blunted with metal balls." from Tauromaquia (Plate 17)
1816
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Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Temeridad de Martincho en la plaza de Zaragoza. "The courage of Martincho in Saragossa arena." from Tauromaquia (Plate 18)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.19
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
Otra locura suya en la misma plaza. "Another daring act in the same arena." from Tauromaquia (Plate 19)
1816
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AC 1951.1115.xxxx.20
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco José de
The coolness and daring of Juanito Apiñani in the Madrid arena (Ligereza y atrevimiento de Juanito Apiñani en la de Madrid) from Tauromaquia (Plate 20)
1816
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