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Joan Miró
Joan Miró
(1893 - 1983)

Spanish painter.

Joan Miró's colorful art veers toward abstraction but always maintains a connection to nature, humanity and the cosmos.     

His work had a surrealist tendency such that the realms of the memory and imaginative fantasy were twin poles around which Miró's art has evolved.

It was through his relationships with Surrealists poets and painters in Paris in the 1920s that Miró developed a visual language of signs. His highly detailed paintings offered a new system of symbols in the form of curvilinear lines...

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Rare Individual Prints  |  Miró  

Miro - Enrajolats II
L'Enragé

Miro - L'Ete

L'Ete

Miro - Espri-Miro Plate V
Espri-Miro Plate V
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Miro - Festa Major
Festa Major
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Miro - Godalla
Godalla

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Le Grand Ordinateur
Le Grand Ordinateur

Hommage à Hélion

Hommage à Hélion


Miro - Jardin au clair de lune

Jardin au clair de lune


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