Lithography dedicated to one of Crepax's characters: Anita. She is represented broke down into a multitude of Brionvega TVs. The design was a strong passion of Guido Crepax's, he often drew Valentina and other characters with famous design furniture pieces.
Three lithographies out of 30.
III, V e VII/XXX
Each work will be delivered in an exclusive package, including an Archivio Crepax certificate of authenticity.
Dimensions (cm): H 50 x W 70 x D 0.2
Dimensions (in): H 19.7 x W 27.6 x D 0.1
Shipped in 6/7 days
"We are proud children and heirs of Guido Crepax. In our family home, there is a huge nineteenth-century Dutch wardrobe. Years ago, our father converted the wardrobe into an archive to store his artwork, filling it with lithographs, serigraphs and other prints on various materials (including paper of all kinds, cork sheets and metal).
Guido Crepax began this new activity in the early 1970s, at the time of the first exhibitions of his works and the Valentina comic strip series. The gallery owner or printer always reserved a certain number of copies of these limited editions, numbered or classified as an artist's proof.
We decided to reopen this wardrobe, keeping certain copies for the archive and for our homes, but we believed it right to make the last of the signed prints available to passionate collectors".