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    • Disparate matrimonial, La que mal

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • Two figures are attached at the head and stand together back to back. Each of their legs show feet pointing in two directions. While one leans back with her hands at her waist, the other gestures toward a man who sits with his hands clasped and...
    • Disparate matrimonial, La que mal

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); men (male humans); women
    • A man and a woman stand back to back and may possibly be attached. The man gestures toward a man who stands with his hands clasped in front of him and his mouth open. A group of people, many of them look inhuman, stand and sit together.
    • 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...
    • Lo que puede un Sastre!

    • etchings (printing process); women; clergy; men (male humans)
    • A woman kneels down in front of, what appears to be, a clergyman in clerical robes. Instead of a face and hands, however, there are branches and foliage. Behind the robed figure, more men and women kneel down. There is a group of flying...
    • La lealtad, El que no te ama

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); men (male humans)
    • A man with an oversized head sits on a stool with his hands clasped. To his left, a group of men point at him and one figure sits on the floor holding a syringe. A dog stands between the man and a basket. To the man's right, another group of men...
    • El Vergonzoso

    • etchings (printing process); figures
    • A man with a phallic nose hunches over to eat from a bowl. Another figure holds the bowl for him. In the background, another figure holds his hands in fists.
    • Por una navaja

    • etchings (printing process)
    • A man sits with his hands bound against a post on a platform. Around his neck hangs a small knife and on his chest is a notice. Below the platform a crowd is gathered, some of the people look up at him.
    • Enterrar y callar

    • etchings (printing process); men (male humans); women; battlefields
    • A man and a woman stand on a field surrounded by the bodies of dead men. The man holds his hand up to his face while the woman covers her face with her hands.
    • Sera lo mismo

    • etchings (printing process); men (male humans); soldiers
    • Men carry the bodies of dead men away, some of them appear to be soldiers. In the background, a figure sits with hands in front of his or her face.
    • Duro es el paso

    • etchings (printing process)
    • Two men stand on a ladder leading to a gallows. Their hands are bound and two other men stand to either side. On the right, a clergyman stands gesturing with his left hand. In the background, two hanged men swing from the gallows.
    • Chiton

    • etchings (printing process); women; trees; canes; shawls
    • A woman stands with her finger to her lips to shush an old woman who stands with a cane in her hands. They are both wearing shawls and standing under a tree.
    • Subir y bajar

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • A satyr holds a man by the ankles. The man holds clumps of his own hair in his hands. In the foreground and background, two men are shown landing upside down as though they had been hurled into the air.
    • Que locura!

    • etchings (printing process); figures; masks (costume); figures
    • A masked figure sits with his hands on his knees. To his left several masks are in a pile. On his right is a jumble of objects including clothing, a cane, and paintings. A group of similar figures are in the background.
    • Alla va eso

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • A man and a winged creature fly through the air. In their hands, they hold a broom, upon which a cat and a snake ride.
    • Soplones

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • A winged creature rides a cat and blows at figures sitting on the ground. The figures put their hands over their ears.
    • Y no hai remedio

    • etchings (printing process)
    • A man stands blindfolded with his hands tied to a post. A dead man lies at his feet. Three rifles are pointed at him from the right. Behind him, three soldiers fire at another man tied in a similar fashion.
    • Contra el bien general

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); sitting;
    • A man with bat wings for ears and clawed hands and feet writes in a large book that rests on his lap. He gestures with his left hand. In the background, a bearded figure stands with his arms outstretched.

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