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De que sirve una taza (What is the use of a cup?)

Accession Number
2009/1.479

Title
De que sirve una taza (What is the use of a cup?)

Artist(s)
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

Object Creation Date
plate 1810-1820; printed 1863

Medium & Support
etching and aquatint on paper

Dimensions
12 13/16 in x 14 9/16 in x 1 7/16 in (32.54 cm x 36.99 cm x 3.65 cm);5 1/16 in x 3/4 in (12.86 cm x 1.91 cm)

Credit Line
Gift of Clan Crawford, Jr.

Physical Description
This etching with aquatint contains a tight group of three women and two obscured figures. The woman to the far right kneels and holds a cup, the woman in the middle lies down with her eyes closed, and the woman to the far left looks up at the cup.

Primary Object Classification
Print

Rights
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Keywords
Spanish (culture or style)
etchings (prints)
men (male humans)
wars
women (female humans)

2 Related Resources

Art of the Enlightenment Era
(Part of 2 Learning Collections)
Social Justice
(Part of 3 Learning Collections)

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