Our collection currently contains more than 100,000 works of art and design dating from ancient times to today. Of these objects, 3,302 of them are on view in the museum now. 80,888 of them are available online. There are 3,452 recent acquisitions. All of our collection records are living documents. They are frequently revised and enhanced.

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Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

Mariano Ceballos, alias El Indio, mata el toro desde su caballo (Mariano Ceballos, Alias the Indian, Kills the Bull from his Horse), 1816

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

Disparate claro (Clear Folly); Sin recomendarse a Dios mi al Diablo (Without commending himself either to God or to the devil...), 1816 - 1824 (printed 1864)

Kara Walker

The Means to an End...A Shadow Drama in Five Acts, 1995

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes

Disparate conocido (Well-known folly) / Dos a uno, meten la paja en el culo (If Two to One Stuff Your Arse with Straw) / Que guerrero! (What a warrior!), 1816 - 1824 (printed 1877)