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Francisco GOYA y Lucientes

Born
30 March 1746 Fuendetodos, Aragon, Spain
Died
16 April 1828
Nationality
Spanish
Lived/worked
worked in France 1824–28

266 works

A Spanish knight kills a bull after having lost his horse Francisco GOYA y Lucientes A Moor caught by the bull in the ring Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Origin of the harpoons or banderillas Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The Moors make a different play in the ring, calling the bull with their burnous Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The spirited Moor Gazul is the first to spear bulls according to rules Francisco GOYA y Lucientes They play another with the cape in an enclosure Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Contents page Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The unlucky death of Pepe Illo in the ring at Madrid Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Two teams of picadors thrown one after the other by a single bull Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Banderillas with firecrackers Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Pedro Romero killing the halted bull Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The Moors settled in Spain, giving up the superstitions of the Koran, adopted this art of hunting, and spear a bull in the open country Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Pepe Illo making the pass of the recorte Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The forceful Rendon stabs a bull with the pique, from which pass he died in the ring at Madrid Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The celebrated picador Fernando del Toro draws the fierce beast on with his pique Francisco GOYA y Lucientes A picador is unhorsed and falls under the bull Francisco GOYA y Lucientes They loose dogs on the bull Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The same Ceballos mounted on another bull breaks short spears in the ring at Madrid Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Mariano Ceballos, alias The Indian, kills the bull from his horse Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Manly courage of the celebrated Pajuelera in (the ring) at Zaragoza Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Dreadful events in the front rows of the ring at Madrid, and death of the mayor of Torrejon Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The agility and audacity of Juanito Apiñani in (the ring) at Madrid Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Another way of hunting on foot Francisco GOYA y Lucientes Another madness of his in the same ring Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The daring of Martincho in the ring at Zaragoza Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The Moors use donkeys as a barrier to defend themselves against the bull whose horns have been tipped with balls Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The same man throws a bull in the ring at Madrid Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The famous Martincho places the 'banderillas' playing the bull with the movement of his body Francisco GOYA y Lucientes The very skilful Student of Falces, wrapped in his cape, tricks the bull with the play of his body Francisco GOYA y Lucientes A Spanish mounted knight in the ring breaking short spears without the help of assistants Francisco GOYA y Lucientes
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