Colorful accordion-style screenprint of abstract human faces and animals spread over eight leaves of heavy card stock, numbered 198/250 in pencil and signed and dated R. Llimos 76. Lg. 4to. Two-piece wooden portfolio with ribbon ties and printed image to cover, contents loose as issued. Barcelona (Galeria MEC-MEC) 1976). No. 198 of 250 copies. Robert Llimós is a Spanish painter, sculptor, and conceptual artist. In 1994 he won the National Prize of Plastic Arts of the Generalitat of Catalonia, and in 1996 he created for the Olympic Games in Atlanta a monumental bronze sculpture "Marc," dedicated to his son who had passed away the previous year. A replica of this work currently resides at Port Olympic Park in Barcelona. A very scarce example of Llimós' work; as of June 2015, WorldCat lists only one holding worldwide, and none in North America. (Inventory #: 48289)
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