Item is in stockHurry! Low inventoryItem is out of stock Item is unavailable

Collage de l’ics

€4.750,00 EUR

by Antoni Tápies



Edition of 50
Signed and numbered on the front
Sold framed

The material aspects of an artwork were of prime importance for Antoni Tàpies, hence his interest in constantly trying new elements and techniques. In this sense, printmaking offered him a wide range of possibilities.

For the artist, one of the biggest challenges of this medium was to transfer onto paper the variety of textures that he was able to achieve in his paintings. This was done by using a copper plate that Tàpies treated as though it were a piece of cardboard or paper, and by performing the same operations with his fingers and brushes. It was just another way of attacking the surface by which, as Tàpies said, submerging the copper plate in acid replaced the knife.

The etchings show a series of images that are related and which establish a common pictorial thread. Motifs such as crosses, feet, letters, etc., reoccur in various forms. However, they do not have a narrative character with a beginning, a middle and an end, but are rather variations on a theme.

Maximum one print per order.

Sold framed.

Buyer agrees to sign full Terms & Conditions

- Terms & Conditions

The buyer agrees that he will not sell, convey, transfer, lease, lend or otherwise dispose of the artwork, during a period of 24 months starting from the date of purchase.

Select applicable taxes option | shipping costs calculated at checkout.

*Taxes - European Union

Price including VAT - EU customers are subject to Belgian VAT.

*Non European Union

For customers outside the EU, local taxes and duty fees may apply and are at your expense. Please get in touch with your local customs office for more information.

Shipping, customs duties and taxes are at the buyer's expense. Shipping flat, including cardboard portfolio.

For additional information please get in touch via e-mail to

All limited edition sales made through Almine Rech Editions are considered final. Once an order is placed and processed, it cannot be canceled, altered, or refunded.

Quantity First edition of 50
Technique Roller, aquatint and relief
Dimensions 52 x 48 cm 20 1/2 x 18 7/8 in
Publication Date 2006


Antoni Tápies

From the 1940s, Antoni Tàpies (b. 1923, Barcelona; d. 2012, Barcelona) has developed a strong visual language through a wide range of sources that coalesce into a complex fusion of materials, gestures, and symbols.

Worldwide Shipping

Custom duties and charges included for EU orders

Customer Service

Contact the assistance

Secure Payment

PCI DSS compliant

Sustainable Packaging

Packaging made of 70% recycled materials