FCO-1220

Don Quixote Attacking a Flock of SheepIllustration

[1956]

code

FCO-1220

CR Number

3756

dimensions

35 x 33 cm

Art Form

Drawing

Art Medium

colored pencil

Artwork Surface

cardboard
Is Part Of

EMPTY LABEL

Title
Don Quixote Attacking a Flock of Sheep
Description
Composition in gray tones, yellow, black, blue, green, ochre and earthy. Straight, dotted lines and colored areas. It depicts Don Quixote on his horse seeming to have scared a flock of sheep, seeing to the bottom two pastors and Sancho Panza. In the foreground, center, D. Quixote forward, using equipment which suggests that metal; secure on the left arm on the right one shield and a spear in his hand that is perpendicular pointed downward. It is mounted on his white horse, standing, standing in the middle of a flock of sheep that are running in all directions as if they were fon the rightened. In the background, on the right, two pastors one sitting with his on the right hand on the forehead and on the left arm up and the other running with his arms up, as if trying to calm the sheep. In the background, on the right, Sancho Panza riding his donkey in front. Floor and background are represented by dashed yellow tone.
Related Event 20
Related Document 36
Artwork Function
IllustrationArtworkFunctionType
Artwork Function Description
Illustration for the book “Don Quixote,” by Cervantes, which was never published
Art Form
DrawingArtFormType
Art Medium
colored pencilArtMediumType
Artwork Surface
cardboardArtworkSurfaceType
Collection
Museus Castro Maya adquirida em 1963Collection
Height
33
Width
35
Annotation
Unsigned and undated

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