Antoni Tapies "La Porta" (1969)

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Technique: Carborundum. Edition: 34/ 75 copies. Paper: Guarro Special. Condition: Good with signs of age. Publisher: La Polígrafa, Barcelona. Catalog number: 1231. Cataloged in Tàpies. Graphic work. Graphic Work. 1947-1972. Editorial Gustavo Gili. 1973.


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