Antoni Tàpies (Barcelona, 1923 - ibidem, 2012)
Biography: Tàpies is considered, perhaps, to be the best known Spanish painter to have emerged in the period following the Second World War. His ideas have had an international influence on art, especially in the fields of painting, sculpture, lithography, and engraving. Tàpies won the National Engraving and Graphic Art Prize in 2002 for his work in graphic art developed in 2001.
Technique: Engraving, four plates
Edition Details: Limited edition of 75, numbered and signed by the artist
Collection Details: This collection, Arte Implicado (Engaged Art) is made up of visual works donated to Amnistía Internacional España (the Spanish section of Amnesty International) by more than 25 artists, highlighting their commitment to the defense of human rights. The profits from the sale of this artwork support the work of Amnistía Internacional España as well as the social impact initiatives we fund at Philarthropic.
Additional Information: This work will be shipped unmounted and unframed.
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