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Bullfights: The Moors Use Donkeys as a Barrier to Defend Themselves Against the Bull Whose Horns Have Been Tipped with Balls

1816, printed 1876
(Spanish, 1746–1828)
Catalogue raisonné: Harris 220, 3rd. edition, 1876; Perez Sanchez and Gallego p. 157 no. 17
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Bullfights:  The Moors Use Donkeys as a Barrier to Defend Themselves Against the Bull Whose Horns Have Been Tipped with Balls

Bullfights: The Moors Use Donkeys as a Barrier to Defend Themselves Against the Bull Whose Horns Have Been Tipped with Balls

1816, printed 1876

Francisco de Goya

(Spanish, 1746–1828)
Spain, 19th century

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