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Murió la verdad. (Truth died); Fatales consequencias de la sangrienta guerra en España con Buonaparte. Y otros caprichos enfaticos [Disasters of War], plate 79 (one of the "caprichos enfáticos").

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Provenance

Charles Blanc; bought for 20 pounds from Colnaghi, April 1863 by William Stirling, Keir (later Stirling-Maxwell); Archibald Stirling; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hofer, Cambridge, MA; purchased from R. M. Light, Boston, June 12, 1974 (original vote June 13, 1973).

Credit Line

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Burstein and Lee M. Friedman Fund, by exchange

Truth has died

Drawn and etched about 1814–15; whole series first published posthumously 1863

Catalogue Raisonné

Harris 199, II; Delteil 198

Accession Number

1973.732.79

Medium or Technique

Etching, posthumous trial proof

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