Antoni Tàpies

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Lotus , 2003-2004 Marble Dust, Synthetic Resin, Spray Paint, And Pencil On Wood 106 3/8" X 86 5/8" (270 Cm X 220 Cm) © Courtesy of the artist & Pace Wildenstein
Rostre, 2004 Varnish And Oil Paint On Wood 98 1/4" X 118 1/4" (249.6 Cm X 300.4 Cm) © Courtesy of the artist & Pace Wildenstein
Figura sobre marró, 2004 Acrylic Paint And Collage On Wood 76 3/4" X 51 1/4" (194.9 Cm X 130.2 Cm) © Courtesy of the artist & Pace Wildenstein
Sabatilla-matèria, 2004 Oil Paint, Acrylic Paint, Marble Dust, And Synthetic Resin On Wood 35" X 45 5/8" (88.9 Cm X 115.9 Cm) © Courtesy of the artist & Pace Wildenstein
Sutras / Sutras , 2005 Mixed Media On Wood 86 5/8 X 82 5/8 In / 220 X 210 Cm © Courtesy of the artist & Waddington Galleries
Bodegó complex, 1984
Croix et flèches, 1989 200,5 X 200,5 Cm © Courtesy of Galerie Lelong - Paris
Retrat difuminat, 2010 Painting On Wood 31.9 X 39.4 In / 81 X 100 Cm © Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona/VEGAP, Madrid, 2012
Ramon Llull I, 1985 Etching, Sugar Collage, Carborundum 80 X 122 Cm
Quick Facts
Barcelona, Spain
Birth year
Lives in
Barcelona, Spain
Works in
Barcelona, Spain

Antoni Tàpies is a Spanish Catalan painter. He is one of the famous artists of European abstract expressionism. After studying law for 3 years, he devoted himself from 1943 onwards only to his painting. In 1950 he held his first solo exhibition, at Galeries Laietanes, Barcelona. In the early 50s he lived in Paris, to where he has often returned. From the late 50s to early 60s, Tàpies worked with Enrique Tábara, Antonio Saura, Manolo Millares and many other Spanish Informalist artists. From about 1970 (influenced by Pop art) he began incorporating more substantial objects into his paintings, such as parts of furniture. Tàpies's ideas have had worldwide influence on art, especially in the realms of painting, sculpture, etchings and lithography.


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