This unique collection by Latin American Repujado artist Miguel Borbolla features a low-relief style sculpture that is rarely seen in the United States, and that many collectors consider a new form of art.  In actuality, repujado is a distinct bas-relief sculpture that has been around for many centuries and may still be found in parts of Europe and Latin America.

The technique of repujado is derived from the French-rooted word that describes “repousse” and dates back to pre-Christian times.  For Miguel Borbolla, “The art of repujado is much more than just creating figures on a sheet of metal.  With this art, you can express your feelings in the details of a landscape or in the features of a portrait, and bring them to life in each carving.”

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