Clavé, Antoni

Antoni Clavé (1913-2005) is one of the great Printmakers of the last part of the Twentieth Century. Master of the Carborundum Method, technique invented by Henri Goetz in 1968, which we know here as the Collagraphy Method, the artist has pushed the technique of embossing to its maximum. The gallery offers a good selection of works permitting the appreciation of Clavé’s 40 years of printmaking.

Croc i negre

Croc i negre, 1972, EA, carborundum print, 90 x 63 cm

Jaune et noir

Jaune et noir, 1968, EA, etching and carborundum, 76 x 56 cm

L’homme au gant

L'homme au gant, 1971, HC, mixed media print, 76 x 56 cm

En noir et vert

En noir et vert, 1974, mixed media print, 76 x 56 cm

Relius i signes

Relius i signes, 1971, EA, mixed media print, 56 x 76 cm

Fruit bleu

Fruit bleu, 1966, EA, etching, 57 x 77 cm


Feuilles, 1975, EA VII/X, carborundum over lithographic print, 57 x 76 cm

Feuilles noires

Feuilles noires, 1970, carborundum over lithographed background, 76 x 56 cm

Rouge, noir et ocre

Rouge, noir et ocre, 1970, carborundum print, signed by the artist, 76 x 56 cm


Ciel, 1971,
Carborundum print with embossing, AP (Artist Proof), 76 x 56 cm

Sans titre (au fond bleu)

Sans titre (au fond bleu), 1971
Carborundum print, Ed.40, 105 x 75 cm