Antoni Tàpies 'Diana' - Lithograph
This product is currently sold out.
ANTONI TÀPIES | 1923 - 2012
Diana - Lithograph
Lithograph in colours, on Japon paper in 1973
Editor: Erker Presse (St. Gallen)
Edition of 100, numbered and signed in pencil.
Size: 76.2 cm x 55.9 cm
Bibliography: Mariuccia Galfetti number 346 (Gustavo Gili 1990)
This art work is sold unframed or we can provide one of our Stardard Frames at the cost of 250 euros.
Alternatively, should you require a Museum Quality Frame (uvi protection, ect...) We can offer a quote and arrange this for you. (You should allow an order time of 3-4 weeks for Museum Frame)
Antoni Tàpies first artistic attempts began during a long convalescence following a serious illness, after which his increasing dedication to painting and drawing led him to abandon his university education. Co-founder of the magazine Dau al Set in 1948, and influenced by Miró and Klee, he became increasingly interested in iconographic and magical subjects. He gradually began to incorporate geometrical elements and colour studies leading to an interest in matter through the use of heavily textured canvases of great expressive and communicative possibilities. With these works, Tàpies achieved international recognition by the mid-1950s. Tàpies’ pictorial language has continued to develop ever since, resulting in a creative and productive body of work that is admired throughout the world.