It suits you well here.; It serves you right. (Bien te se esta.) number 6 of 80; from the series The Disasters of War (Los Desastres de la Guerra)

Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes, Spanish, 1746 - 1828



Etching, aquatint and scraping on paper

First edition, made prior to all corrections

Plate: 5 5/8 × 8 3/16 in. (14.3 × 20.8 cm)

Sheet: 9 3/4 × 12 13/16 in. (24.7 × 32.5 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Adolph Weil Jr., Class of 1935



Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando, Madrid, Spain


Place Made: Spain, Europe


19th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Inscribed, in plate, lower center: Bien te se esta.; signed, in plate, uper left: Goya; inscribed, in plate, upper left: 6; inscribed, in graphite, upper right: 6 Watermark: HGO/Palmette

Exhibition History

Fatal Consequences: Callot, Goya, and the Horrors of War, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, September 8-December 9, 1990.

Publication History

Timothy Rub, Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann, Kelly Pask, "A Gift to the College: The Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Weil Jr. Collection of Master Prints", Hanover, New Hampshire: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 1998, listed, p.95, no. 107.

Hilliard T. Goldfarb and Reva Wolf, Fatal Consequences: Callot, Goya, and the Horrors of War, Hanover, New Hampshire: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 1990.


Date unknown, in the collection of Felix Somary (1881-1956), Vienna and Zurich; sold Sotheby's, New York, May 3, 1978, lot 2; purchased by Adolph Weil, Jr., Montgomery, Alabama; 1991 given to Dartmouth College by Adolph Weil, Jr., Class of 1935.

Catalogue Raisonne

Delteil 125; Harris 126

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