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Si sabrá mas el discipulo? (Might not the pupil know more?)

1796-1797 (printed 1937)
18th/20th century
215 x 150 mm (8.5 x 5.9 in.)

Francisco de Goya, Spanish, (1746–1828)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Etching, aquatint, and burin on possibly Japan paper
State: Third state
Print impression quality: Poor
Series: from Los Caprichos
Edition: Twelfth edition
Bibliography: Tomás Harris 74; Loys Delteil 72.
Credit Line: Purchase funds, 1973
Accession Number: 1973.8.3

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  • editions - Groups of multiples of one work issued together, such as of a book, print, photograph, or cast sculpture. [March 1993 descriptor moved. March 1991 scope note changed.]
  • impressions (prints) - Use when emphasizing the individual image produced by a single instance of printing. For printed images more generally, use "prints." [July 1998 qualifier added.]
  • print states
  • satire - Artistic device holding up human folly and vice to scorn, derision, or ridicule. [November 1994 scope note added; related term added; alternate term added. May 1994 related term added.]

  • plate Dimensions: 215 x 150 mm (8.5 x 5.9 in.)

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