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  • All fields: etchings (printing process)
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    • Tantalo

    • women; men (male humans);etchings (printing process);
    • A woman faints in the arms of a distraught man who sits at the base of a pyramid.
    • Mala noche

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • A woman stands next to another figure, their clothes blown by the wind. One woman's dress is blown over head revealing her legs.
    • Buen viage

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • The faces of several small creatures are visible as they ride on the back of a winged creature as it flies over a landscape.
    • Devota profesion

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); books; sitting;
    • A man with pointed ears sits on the shoulders of a part-man part-donkey. He reads from a book held by two men with donkey's ears wearing clerical robes who sit on a large hawk or eagle. Beneath the bird are two inhuman faces.
    • Extrana devocion!

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • A donkey carries a glass casket with a dead person inside it. Several people kneel in front of the donkey.
    • Que pico de Oro!

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • A parrot stands on the edge of a large basket holding one foot up. Surrounding him on the ground, a group of men sit with their mouths open.
    • Miren que grabes!

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); figures
    • Two men, one with the face of a hawk and one with the ears of a donkey, are carried on donkeys' shoulders. Figures are visible in the background.
    • Lo peor es pedir

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • A man wearing disheveled clothing sits among several others. Next to him, a young boy sits with his arms out in a questioning manner. A woman stands among them, looking down.
    • Sopla

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); infants
    • A group of witches stand and sit together. In the center, a man holds a child by the ankles. On the floor, a group of men sit. On the left, a woman holds two infants close to her. In the background, a winged man stands above them and spreads...
    • Mucho hay que chupar

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • Two women sit with a basket of babies at their feet. In the background, a man stands while two bats fly overhead.
    • Los ensacados, So el sayal

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); figures
    • A group of men and women stand in large bags, the tops of which are tied at their necks. In the foreground, one person seems to be crouching or falling over.
    • Hasta la muerte

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); women; elderly; men (male humans)
    • an elderly woman straightens her hat while sitting in front of a mirror on her dressing table. On the table are an assortment of small objects, probably cosmetics. To her left, a young woman leans forward to look in the mirror while holding her...

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