Updated: Apr 6
Although Miró has been associated with early Surrealism and has had an influence on Abstract Expressionists and Color Field painters, he remains one of modern art's greatest mavericks with a visual vocabulary unmistakably his own.
A self-taught painter, Miró drew inspiration from a wide variety of sources, from the automatist techniques of the Surrealists to the simplified forms of folk art.
As a result, Miró's work is characterized by a sense of playfulness and spontaneity, as well as a keen eye for color and composition.
It is this unique combination of elements that makes Miró's work so distinctive and timeless.
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Joan Miro (1893 - 1983)
Sculptures, 1974, 1974, (HC/100)
Lithograph in colors on Arches paper
21.25 x 29.50 in
Now Available for Acquisition
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