What More Can Be Done?, plate 33 from The Disasters of War

A work made of etching, lavis, drypoint, burin and burnishing on ivory wove paper with gilt edges.
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  • A work made of etching, lavis, drypoint, burin and burnishing on ivory wove paper with gilt edges.

Date:

1812/15, published 1863

Artist:

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes
Spanish, 1746-1828

About this artwork

The very limits of cruelty are on display in this scene, which depicts an act of sheer brutality and contempt for humanity.

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Artist

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

Title

What More Can Be Done?, plate 33 from The Disasters of War

Origin

Spain

Date

1812–1815

Medium

Etching, lavis, drypoint, burin and burnishing on ivory wove paper with gilt edges

Dimensions

140 x 186 mm (image); 155 x 207 mm (plate); 240 x 340 mm (sheet)

Credit Line

Gift of J. C. Cebrian

Reference Number

1920.1338

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