"The Drowning Dog" print
300 g Invercote G paper. Full image proportional to the size of the sheet (33 x 42 cm).
A dog's head protrudes above a kind of mound, above which looms a heavy ochre-coloured sky. The Drowning Dog (1820-1823) is perhaps Goya's most widely interpreted black painting, reproduced in this print with the utmost fidelity.
It includes margins on the sides for easy framing.