Lita Cabellut

Blood Weddings


The Face and the Trace of the moon make up the case. A unique two-body composition that houses the Art Book inside, which is in itself an exceptional work of art.

A bilingual artist’s book in Spanish and English, numbered and limited to 1,998 copies (1,898 in Arabic numeration and 100 in Roman numeration), all signed by the artist.

Blood Wedding includes the print Love, designed to be exhibited. The 100 roman numbered units of this print are retouché à la main, 100 unique works retouched by the artist.

The Study Book shows Cabellut in all his essence, a journey through his artistic career by Antoni Vila Casas, Robert C. Morgan, Francisco Carpio Olmos and Luis García Montero, which finally puts the focus on the 90 Faces and Traces of the series.

«The Art Book presents the complete text of Lorca's tragedy, and a selection of 31 Lamina made by the artist, accompanied by quotes and fragments from the theater production.»

The Face and the Trace of the moon make up the case. A unique two-body composition that houses the Art Book inside, which is in itself an exceptional work of art.



  • Two metal bodies with black textured finish painted in epoxy.
  • Union by means of 4 neodymium magnets integrated in the inner profile of each of the bodies.
  • Outer cover with white etalbond piece printed with textures.
  • Back cover by means of a composition of foam rollers anchored and printed by means of different processes.
  • Inner perimeter frames both in lid and base in black foamed PVC. Mechanized to facilitate the extraction of the book as well as to hang the pieces on the wall.
  • Dimensions: 71.5 x 52.6 x 14.4 cm.
  • Weight: 12,65 kg.


  • Cover in graphic cardboard of 350gr, two-tone (cardboard laminated on face and back).
  • Inside paper in Tatami White, 150gr. 4-color printing plus varnish.
  • 9 sewn blocks of quadriptics and triptychs.
  • Bilingual edition, in Spanish and English.
  • A total of 330 pages.
  • Size: 28.3 x 38 cm.
  • Weight: 3kg.


  • Cover lined in Regina 9004 and dry silkscreen printed title.
  • Flyleaves in white Wibalin 320 g. printed in 4 inks.
  • Inside in Tintoretto Gesso, 200 g. printed in 1 ink plus Pantone 1795 U.
  • 31 sheets on Conqueror Antique Diamante, embossed, Superwhite by Antalis, 160 g. 4-color printing. Digitally die-cut and numbered.
  • Bilingual edition in Spanish and English.
  • A total of 120 pages.
  • Size: 47.4 x 66.8 cm.
  • Weight: 6,95 kg.


  • Print on Conqueror Antique Diamante, embossed. Antalis Superwhite, 160 g. Printed in 4 inks.
  • Size: 40,6 x 60 cm.


The pages of the Art Book and the Study Book are joined by hand-stitching and hand-crafting with cotton thread.

The covers of the Art Book are lined with red Regina cloth in a careful handmade process.

The binding of both books is made by hand by gluing the covers to the book’s interior with special glue. 

The 31 sheets have been glued with three dots of glue. The numbering and the artist’s stamp appear on the back of each plate.

The quality of the plates allows to perceive the fidelity with respect to the originals and to appreciate the different techniques used by Lita Cabellut in their creation.

The case is made up of two metal bodies. The cover is a piece of etalbond printed with different textures.

The back cover of the case has been created by hand from the painter’s rollers that Lita Cabellut uses to create her works. 

Bodas de sangre is a limited edition of 1,998 hand-numbered copies signed by the artist.

Lita Cabellut

Lita Cabellut

(1961) Considered one of the most internationally quoted and valued contemporary Spanish artists. Since her beginnings, her work has been influenced by the great Dutch masters, such as Rembrandt, but also by Velázquez, Goya or Bacon.

Defined as the portrait painter of souls, Cabellut is a creative genius, a multidisciplinary artist who works with various plastic supports and expresses herself in different disciplines such as sculpture, photography, poetry, visual poems, theatrical scenography and videos.

Portraits and the crackle technique define her art, which breathes violence and cruelty, energy and beauty, passion and desire. An art in constant evolution, which with his innovative compositions Face / Trace, reveals to us the character and his soul, a personal style in which the rollers he uses to make his graphic work are the real protagonists.

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