This is the first monograph to deal exclusively with Paula Rego’s graphic work. It discusses and illustrates all her prints, including unpublished work - over 200 etchings and lithographs spanning half a century from 1954 to 2003. The author discusses the background to each series, and comments on each print. He also quotes extensively from his and others’ conversations with the artist, underlining Rego’s subversive humour and her strongly feminist outlook. This is a review of a major aspect of this leading artist’s work and its recources include - Fully illustrated catalogue raisonné by Hannah Begbie; Description of Rego’s etching techniques by the artist and printmaker Paul Coldwell; List of exhibitions; Chronology; Bibliography.