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Joan MIRO

(1893-1983)

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La Paludéenne (Etching and aquatint) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

La Paludéenne, 1975

4 200.00 €

Etching and aquatint LCD3951

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The Smile of the flamboyant Wings (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

The Smile of the flamboyant Wings, 1954

Lithograph LCD3944

Miro Lithographe I planche 8 (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Miro Lithographe I planche 8, 1972

3 200.00 €

Lithograph LCD3930

Miro Lithograph I planche 4 (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Miro Lithograph I planche 4, 1972

3 200.00 €

Lithograph LCD3929

Miro Sculpteur (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Miro Sculpteur, 1974

3 800.00 €

Lithograph LCD3781

Lithographe III Planche 6 (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Lithographe III Planche 6, 1977

2 800.00 €

Lithograph LCD3921

Quelques fleurs pour des amis (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Quelques fleurs pour des amis, 1964

2 400.00 €

Lithograph LCD3918

El Golafre (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

El Golafre, 1979

Lithograph LCD3843

Homenatge a Joan Prats (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Homenatge a Joan Prats, 1971

Lithograph LCD3789

San Lazarro - Fondation (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

San Lazarro - Fondation, 1975

Lithograph LCD3768

Le lézard aux plumes d'or (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Le lézard aux plumes d'or, 1971

Lithograph LCD3652

Pour exposition Joan Miro Obra Grafica Fundacio Joan Miro (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Pour exposition Joan Miro Obra Grafica Fundacio Joan Miro, 1980

Lithograph LCD3566

Ubu Roi (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Ubu Roi, 1966

Lithograph LCD3527

Miro Lithographe II planche 12 (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Miro Lithographe II planche 12, 1975

Lithograph LCD3510

Le Chanteur des rues V (Etching and aquatint) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Le Chanteur des rues V, 1981

Etching and aquatint LCD3454

Le marteau sans maître (Etching and aquatint) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Le marteau sans maître, 1976

Etching and aquatint LCD3433

The Golden Feathered Lizard (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

The Golden Feathered Lizard, 1971

Lithograph LCD3423

Montroig I (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Montroig I, 1974

Lithograph LCD3421

Mauve de la Lune (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Mauve de la Lune, 1952

Lithograph LCD3407

Ubu Roi (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Ubu Roi, 1966

Lithograph LCD3400

Moon Wall (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Moon Wall, 1958

Lithograph LCD3293

Ubu Roi (Etching and aquatint) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Ubu Roi, 1966

Etching and aquatint LCD3330

Fissures planche 14 (Aquatint) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Fissures planche 14, 1969

Aquatint LCD3321

Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, 1980

Lithograph LCD3248

Ruban (Etching and aquatint) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Ruban, 1981

Etching and aquatint LCD3069

Mallorca (Etching and aquatint) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Mallorca, 1973

Etching and aquatint LCD3005

Birth of the day (Lithograph) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Birth of the day, 1952

Lithograph LCD2989

Bird preparation II (Etching and aquatint) - Joan  MIRO

MIRO Joan

Bird preparation II, 1963

Etching and aquatint LCD2638

Joan MIRO

Biography

Joan Miró, born on the 20th of April 1893 in Barcelona, is a Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramist, considered as one of the most prominent artist of modern art.

Attracted by the artistic community established in Montparnasse, he meets the Dada move in 1920, and influenced by the Surrealist poets and writers he develops after 1924 his unique style, a geography of coloured signs and of poetic forms in weightlessness placed under the double sign of coolness of invention falsely naive and of Catalan exuberant and barocco.

In 1926, he collaborates with Max Ernst for stage décors for Serge de Diaghilev. The technique of "scratching" is then experienced. Miró marries with Pilar Juncosa in Palma de Majorque on October 12th 1929 and became friend with Pablo Picasso and Kandinsky.
One of the most radical theoricians (and founder) of the Surrealism, André Breton, describes Miró as "the most surrealist among all of us". Miró expresses his provocative contempts for painting (at least the conventional one) and his desire of killing it and murder it in favour of new means of expression in many writings and interviews
in the 1930ies.

Joan Miró won in 1954 the award "Prix de l'Imprimé" at the Biennale de Venise.

Then the biggest museums in the world dedicated him retrospectives. He realised illustrations, lithographs and monumental sculptures for the Fondation Maeght. He's named Doctor Honoris Causa by Harvard University in 1968, and by Barcelona University in 1979, city where he creates his "Foundation Miró" in 1972.

In his last years, he is working to use several means of expression, producing for instance hundreds of ceramics,including the Wall of the Moon and the Wall of the Sun on the UNESCO building in Paris.

He dies on December 25th, 1983 in Palma de Majorca.

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