Enriqueta Harris (1910–2006) studied Art History in the British capital and earned her doctorate in 1934 with a thesis on The Followers of Francisco de Goya, a painter to whom she later devoted a short but dense monograph. She was linked to the pre-World War II group of eminent scholars and humanists of the Warburg Institute in London, where she was curator of the celebrated photographic archives. Her major works include Goya (1969; Spanish ed. 1975) and Velázquez (1982; Spanish ed. 1991).