Francisco Goya

Friar Pedro Clubs El maragato with the Gun-butt



Francisco Goya - Friar Pedro Clubs El maragato with the Gun-butt

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Gassier and Wilson, GW 867



Provenance

One of a series of six small paintings in an inventory of Goya’s collection, Madrid, taken in 1812 for the division of property between the artist and his son Javier following the death of the artist's wife
the group of small paintings marked X8 being allotted to the son
presumably Javier Goya after 1812
Lafitte collection, Madrid
sale, Paris, Hôtel Drouot, March 7, 1861, bought in together with other paintings from the series for 590 francs
Julius Böhler, Munich by 1911
sold to Martin Ryerson (died 1932), Chicago in May 1911
bequeathed to the Art Institute, 1933

External links

Art Institute Chicago Accession number 1933.1074

Other works by Francisco Goya


Francisco Goya Bandits Stripping and Raping Two Women (The Bandits' Attack II)
Bandits Stripping and Raping Two Women (The Bandits' Attack II)
1808-11

Francisco Goya The Countess of Haro
The Countess of Haro
before 1808

Francisco Goya The Witches' Kitchen
The Witches' Kitchen

Francisco Goya The Spell
The Spell

Francisco Goya
Friar Pedro Clubs El maragato with the Gun-butt
29.2 x 38.5 cm
Oil on panel
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Mr and Mrs Martin A Ryerson Collection