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Emily Lombardo

No one has seen us, from The Caprichos, 2014

Etching and aquatint
9 × 6 in
22.9 × 15.2 cm
Under $1,000
location
Boston
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Edition of 12. Plate 79 from the series The Caprichos. Inscribed in the plate top right: …

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Edition of 12. Plate 79 from the series The Caprichos. Inscribed in the plate top right: '79'; titled in the plate lower center: 'No one has seen us.'. Numbered, signed, and dated in pencil.

The Caprichos, by Emily Lombardo, is a series of etchings which are in direct conversation and homage to …

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Emily Lombardo
American, b. 1977
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Emily Lombardo is best known for “The Caprichos” (2013), a series modeled after Francisco de Goya’s …

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Emily Lombardo is best known for “The Caprichos” (2013), a series modeled after Francisco de Goya’s “Los Caprichos” from 1799. Whereas Goya’s etchings addressed Spanish economic, political, and religious troubles during the Age of Enlightenment, Lombardo’s 80 prints highlight contemporary social issues through a queer …

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Edition of 12. Plate 79 from the series The Caprichos. Inscribed in the plate top right: …

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Edition of 12. Plate 79 from the series The Caprichos. Inscribed in the plate top right: '79'; titled in the plate lower center: 'No one has seen us.'. Numbered, signed, and dated in pencil.

The Caprichos, by Emily Lombardo, is a series of etchings which are in direct conversation and homage to …

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Emily Lombardo
American, b. 1977
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Emily Lombardo is best known for “The Caprichos” (2013), a series modeled after Francisco de Goya’s …

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Emily Lombardo is best known for “The Caprichos” (2013), a series modeled after Francisco de Goya’s “Los Caprichos” from 1799. Whereas Goya’s etchings addressed Spanish economic, political, and religious troubles during the Age of Enlightenment, Lombardo’s 80 prints highlight contemporary social issues through a queer …

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Emily Lombardo

No one has seen us, from The Caprichos, 2014

Etching and aquatint
9 × 6 in
22.9 × 15.2 cm
Under $1,000
location
Boston
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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