Antoni Tapies Lithographs & Prints
One of the most well-known European artists of the post-World War II generation, Antoni Tapies
was born in Barcelona, Spain in 1923 and lived mostly in that city until passing at age 88.
Suffering from tuberculosis and surviving a serious heart attack while still in his teens, Tapies
spent two years confined to a health facility during which time he developed a deep interest in
drawing/painting. His earlier works are said to have been strongly influenced by Picasso and Van
Gogh. In 1948 he helped found Dau al Set, a group with ties to Surrealism and Dadaism. From here,
Tapies began working in what became known as pintura matèrica, incorporating non-artistic materials
like rags, paper and string into his paintings. Many Tapies lithographs were executed in the
Tachisme style (Tachism was an important European variation of the Abstract Expressionist art
Our collection of Antoni Tapies artwork, which includes Antoni Tapies prints and Antoni Tapies
lithographs, primarily covers the period of the 1960s-1980s. These Antoni Tapies works are
affordably priced and a great find for any modern art collector. We proudly offer an outstanding
selection of original Tapies lithographs for sale.