Joan Miró was born in Spain in 1893 and quickly had more of an interest in art than academics. After being forced into the business world by his parents, Miró had what can be characterized as a bit of a breakdown, and abandoned his business career and devoting himself to art. He went on to study landscape and decorative art at the School of Industrial and Fine Arts in Barcelona. Early in his career, he primarily painted still-life's, landscapes and genre scenes. As he traveled, more contemporary influences interested the artist, such as Fauvism, Cubism and Surrealism. He often used a limited palette, but the colors chosen were bold and expressive. Miró’s signature geometric shapes, biomorphic forms, and partially abstract objects are seen in many platforms in multimedia from engravings and ceramic pieces to large bronze installations as well as print making.
Miro was one of the original artists of the surrealist movement and he is one of the great artists of the 20th century with his works on permanent display in some of the world's greatest museums and collections. This work is a fantastic opportunity to add a exemplary work from this influential artist to your collection.
Medium: Original Lithograph in Colors
Edition: XI / XXIV
Signature: Hand Signed
Paper Size: 13.75 x 17.5”
Publisher: Le Soleil Noir, Paris 1971
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