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    • Las exhortaciones, Sanan cuchilladas

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); men (male humans); women; figures
    • A man talks to another man gesturing with his hand. That man puts his hand to his head while simultaneously reaching out to hold the hand of the woman behind him. She holds the hand of a man who appears from beneath another person's garments. ...
    • 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...
    • Al Conde Palatino

    • etchings (printing process); men (male humans); illness;bottles (vessels (containers); sitting
    • In the center, a man, surrounded by bottles, smiles as he stands with his hand in another man's mouth. On the left, a man holds his own head as he vomits. On the right, a man sits slumped over.
    • Tambien estos

    • etchings (printing process)
    • Two men lift a partially dressed man into or out of bed. To their left, a man, his head wrapped in bandages, lies in bed while another leans over his right leg. On the right, a man lies on the floor with a sheet partially covering him, his right...
    • Qual la descanonan!

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • Two men with lion's heads and paws hold the wings of a small human-headed bird. The man on the left bites into the wing while the man on the right watches mournfully. Behind them, a third lion-headed man, wearing judge's robes, looking upward.
    • 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.
    • No hay que dar voces

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process)
    • A group of people gather outside a building. One man holds his hat in his hand, an elderly man tries to sit up with the help of a walking stick, and a woman stands in the background. In the center, a man lies on the ground with his arms out.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • Por que?

    • etchings (printing process)
    • Three soldiers hang a man by tying him by the neck to a tree branch. Two men pull at his feet while another man pushes down on the man's shoulder with his foot.
    • Aguarda que te unten

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); men (male humans); women; elderly; sitting
    • A man with donkey's ears holds a goat by what appears to be a human foot with one hand and a mortar and pestle with the other. The goat's other hoof rests upon a woman who sits next to the man. The goat stands looking upward with his forelegs in...
    • Capean otro encerrado

    • etchings (printing process); capes (outerwear); man (male humans);
    • Three men wearing Moorish clothing fight a bull in a bullring. Two men stand holding capes while a third man sits on the ground with his arms outstretched.
    • 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.
    • Despacha, que dispiertan

    • satire (artistic device); etchings (printing process); bellows; tables (support furniture);
    • A woman sweeps the floor while a man stands at a table holding a dish. Behind them, a man works a bellows.
    • Lo mismo

    • etchings (printing process); men (male humans); soldiers; military uniforms; axes (weapons); swords
    • A man holds an ax above his head while standing over a fallen soldier. To his left, a man with a fur hat and a mustache partially lies on the ground. He holds a sword in one hand and holds his other hand out. Men are seen fighting in the...

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