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"A sad abuse of early education whereby a child is more afraid of the Bogey-man than his own father, and is terrified by that which does not exist."
-- Goya’s commentary
In Los Caprichos, Goya made excellent use of the newly discovered technique of aquatint to create a shadowy realm between fantasy and reality in which his precisely etched figures pointedly remark on the human condition.
Purchased by the John Herron Art Institute, now the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, in 1962.