Publisher: Curt Valentin, New York, 1944
Great masters like Miro were often inspired by the images of Classical Western myth and literature. In this instance the inspiration comes from Ovids original descriptions of the mythical Harpy a creature with a womans body but the talons and wings of a bird. Miro""s take takes this foreboding creature and turns it into something light and colorful. Miró's whimsical approach maintains a sense of the original figure but interjects a sense of lightness and color that is infused in all of Miró's finest works.
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