Selections from Meant to Be Shared: Selections from the Arthur Ross Collection of European Prints at the Yale University Art Gallery

Caida de un picador de su caballo debajo del toro (A Picador is Unhorsed and Falls Under the Bull), Plate 26 from La tauromaquia
Disparate femenino (Feminine Folly), also known as Pesa mas que un burro muerto (Heavier than a Dead Donkey), from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Disparate de miedo (Folly of Fear), also known as Por temor no pierdas honor (Do Not Lose Honour Through Fear),  from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Disparate ridiculo (Ridiculous Folly), also known as Andarse por las ramas (To Go Amongst the Branches), from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Bobalicón (Simpleton), also known as Tras el vicio viene el fornicio (After Vice Comes Fornication), from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Disparate volante (Flying Folly), also known as Reniego al amigo que cubre con las alas y muerde con el pico (Renounce the Friend Who Covers You with his Wings and Bites You with his Beak), from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Disparate furioso (Furious Folly), also known as Hizonos dios y maravillamos nos (It Is Amazing and We Were Made by God, from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Disparate desordenado (Disorderly Folly) or Disparate matrimonial (Matrimonial Folly), also known as La que mal marida nunca le falta que diga (She Who Is Ill Wed Never Misses a Chance to Say So, from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Los ensacados (The Men in Sacks), also known as So el sayal, hay al (There is Something Beneath the Sackcloth), from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Disparate general (General Folly), also known as Unas de gato y habito de beato (The Claws of a Cat and the Dress of a Devotee), from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
El caballo raptor (The Horse-Abductor), also known as La mujer y el potro, que los dome otro (A Woman and a Horse, Let Someone Else Master Them), from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)
Disparate pobre (Poor Folly), also known as Two Heads Are Better Than One, from the series Los disparates (Los proverbios)