Patricia Lazcano Irazazábal puts the focus directly on nature and the findings she obtains from it, not transforming them but extolling them and giving them a new perspective, underlining their intrinsic beauty, without altering it, but granting it new media and textures.
Takashi Murakami's limited editions are many, although their characteristics vary greatly from one to another. The fact that there is a wide variety of themes, sizes, techniques and edition sizes means that Murakami has a large number of avid and loyal collectors.
As can be seen in the section of this website "Printmaking" and as we have already discussed in our previous article "All you need to know when buying fine art prints" there are many printing techniques by which artists create their limited editions. We can have serigraphy, engraving, lithography, giclée...
Until the early twentieth century art through its various currents, is focused on the representation of reality surrounding the artist. Whether they are customs, religious or scenery scenes, it seems that all the pictorial movements have a common goal, the pursuit of beauty.
This last years of economic crisis have taken a toll in all sectors and, even though Christies’s or Sotheby’s have broken historical auction records, the fact is that art has suffered a lot. Many are the galleries that have been forced to lock down because poor sales couldn’t cover expenses.