Mist II, 1996 by Paula Rego (b. 1935)
The Policeman’s Daughter, 1987 by Paula Rego (b. 1935)
Snare, 1987 by Paula Rego (1935)
(More at Apollo; thanks to Ellen for sending me the link).
The Little Murderess, 1987 by Paula Rego (b. 1935)
Celestina’s House, 2001 by Paula Rego (b. 1935)
Few virgins (I thank God for it) have you seen in this city that I have not helped sell their wares. As soon as the girl is born, I write her down in my register and keep a catalogue of all their names to the intent that I might know how many escaped my net. Why, what did you think of me, Sempronio? Can I live by the air? Can I feed myself with wind? Do I inherit any other land? Have I any other house or vineyard? Know you of any other substance of mine besides this office? By what do I eat and drink? By what do I put clothes on my back and shoes on my feet? In this city was I born; in it was I bred; and in it I live (though I say it) in good credit and estimation, as all the world knows. You may rest assured that he who knows not both my name and my house is a stranger in this town.
From José María Ruano de la Haza’s adaptation of Celestina. Based on the English translation by James Mabbe (1631) of the Comedia de Calisto y Melibea by Fernando de Rojas (1499).
Bride, 1994 by Paul Rego (b. 1935)
Him, 1996 by Paul Rego (b. 1935)