"The moon came to the forge with its bustle of tuberose. The boy looks at her. The boy is looking at her”. Federico García Lorca danced with her every night, in each verse. The moon was that mirror in which to look himself. This is how the artist Ricardo Cavolo interprets it in this artwork that pays tribute to the Granada-born poet, to his work, to his Romancero Gitano, which he has illustrated for the Lunwerg publishing house. In this serigraphy limited edition are all those symbols that García Lorca portrayed with his words: gypsys, razors, death, horses and, of course, the moon.
Silk screen 6 inks on Bristol Ultrawhite 650 g paper.
Size: 65 x 51 cm
Series of 50 units signed by the artist.
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