‘If one draws things in a manner which provides only the barest clue to their meaning, the viewer is forced to fill in the gaps by using his own imagination. He is compelled to participate in the creative act, which I consider very important.’
Social themes run throughout Antoni Tapies highly textured and tactile paintings, which were influenced by his experience of the politics and environment of the wartime and the postwar state of the Spanish government.
Screenprint, 1992, on wove paper, signed and numbered from the edition of 100, co-published by Edition Domberger (with their blindstamp) and Artists United for Nature, Munich, 75 cm x 56cm.
Stock ID: 97396