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The Metropolitan Museum Journal, v. 2 (1969)
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART JOURNAL | VOLUME 2

"Manet's 'Espada' and Marcantonio"

Farwell, Beatrice
1969
11 pages
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Beatrice Farwell

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Mademoiselle V. . . in the Costume of an Espada, Edouard Manet  French, Oil on canvas
1862
Plate 5 from "La Tauromaquia": The spirited Moor Gazul is the first to spear bulls according to the rules, Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes)  Spanish, Etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint
1816
Plate 19 of "La Tauromaquia": Another madness of his in the same ring, Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes)  Spanish, Etching, burnished aquatint, drypoint and burin
1816
Plate 28 of "La Tauromaquia": The forceful Rendon stabs a bull with the pique, from which pass he died in the ring at Madrid, Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes)  Spanish, Etching, burnished aquatint, burin
1816
Temperance personfied by a woman standing in a niche holding a bit, from "The Virtues", Marcantonio Raimondi  Italian, Engraving
ca. 1515–25
Justice personified by a young woman holding a sword in her raised right hand, scales in her left, from 'The Virtues', Marcantonio Raimondi  Italian, Engraving
ca. 1515–25
A woman representing Temperance holding a bit facing left, Marcantonio Raimondi  Italian, Engraving
ca. 1510–27

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