List of Plates for The Disparates Feminine folly Folly of fear Ridiculous folly Big booby Flying folly Furious folly Disordered folly [Matrimonial folly] The men in sacks General folly The kidnapping horse Poor folly Merry folly Artist's working proof of No. 12 Way of flying Proof of No. 13 pulled ca. 1840-50 Carnival folly Clear folly Artist's working proof of No. 15 Untitled Loyalty Untitled Well-known folly [What a warrior!] Punctual folly [A circus queen] Animal folly [Other laws for the people] Folly of young bulls [Rain of bulls] List of Plates for La Tauromaquia The way in which the ancient Spaniards hunted bulls on horseback in the open country Another way of hunting on foot The Moors settled in Spain, giving up the superstitions of the Koran, adopted this art of hunting, and spear a bull in the open They play another with the cape in an enclosure The spirited Moor Gazul is the first to spear bulls according to rules The Moors make a different play in the ring calling the bull with their burnous Origin of the harpoons or banderillas A Moor caught by the bull in the ring A Spanish knight kills the bull after having lost his horse Charles V spearing a bull in the ring at Valladolid The Cid Campeador spearing another bull The rabble hamstring the bull with lances, sickles, banderillas and other arms A Spanish mounted knight in the ring breaking short spears without the help of assistants The very skilful student of Falces, wrapped in his cape, tricks the bull with the play of his body The famous Martincho places the banderillas, playing the bull with the movement of his body The same man throws a bull in the ring at Madrid The Moors use donkeys as a barrier to defend themselves against the bull whose horns have been tipped with balls The daring of Martincho in the ring at Saragossa Another madness of his in the same ring The agility and audacity of Juanito Api-ani in [the ring] at Madrid Dreadful events in the front rows of the ring at Madrid and death of the mayor of Torrejon Manly courage of the celebrated Pajuelera in [the ring] at Saragossa Mariano Ceballos, alias the Indian, kills the bull from his horse The same Ceballos mounted on another bull breaks short spears in the ring at Madrid They loose dogs on the bull A picador is unhorsed and falls under the bull The celebrated picador, Fernando del Toro, draws the fierce beast on with his pique The forceful Rendon stabs a bull with the pique, from which pass he died in the ring at Madrid Pepe Illo making the pass of the "recorte" Pedro Romero killing the halted bull Banderillas with firecrackers Two teams of picadors thrown one after the other by a single bull The unlucky death of Pepe Illo in the ring at Madrid Title page of first edition (1876) of Tauromaquia A-G (etchings by the publisher, Loizelet) A Spanish mounted knight breaking short spears with the help of assistants Horse thrown by a bull The dogs let loose on the bull A bullfighter, mounted on the shoulders of an assistant, spearing a bull Death of Pepe Illo (2nd composition) Death of Pepe Illo (3rd composition) Fight in a carriage harnessed to two mules The List of Plates for The Bulls of Bordeaux The famous American, Mariano Ceballos Picador caught by a bull Spanish entertainment Bullfight in a divided ring
The last of the Old Masters and the first of the Moderns, Francisco Goya (1746-1828) was a court painter whose portraits of the Spanish royal family exhibit a remarkable frankness and lack of flattery. Goya's later works took on a darker cast and are considered the precursors to the Expressionist movement.