Portrait at Twenty-one, 1979
color intaglio, ed. 75, 24 x 19"
about the artist
Tomás Lasansky, youngest son of Mauricio Lasansky, has never known anything but being an artist. As a young boy he drew pictures of African images from his father’s collection. Later he became interested in printmaking and began to work helping out in his father’s print shop. His work gained major attention when he began creating major oversized portraits of people with historical importance.