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Original lithographic poster by Spanish artist Joan Miró (*).
This work was published on the occasion of the artist's solo exhibition "Sobreteixim I Escultures" in Barcelona, in May 1970.
Edited by Polígrafa Barcelona, under the supervision of Joan Miró.

Dimensions: 86 x 58 cm.
Year: 1970.

Hand framed in raw wood (oak) by a english craftsman

Origin: private collection.

Joan Miró (1893-1983) was born in Barcelona, where he grew up and began his artistic studies. He studied in the La Llotja academy against the will of his parents, who wanted him to work in a more traditional way. Later he studied at the Escola d'Art de Francesc Galí and met the Fauves and Cubists. In 1920 he moved to Paris, where he lived among the most creative artists of his time. He got to know Arp, Magritte, Brancusi and Giacometti and exhibited together with Dalí, Tanguy, Meret Oppenheim and Max Ernst in several exhibitions on Dadaism and Surrealism. He moved to Mallorca in 1956, where he focused on sculptures and ceramics, until his death in 1983.

Joan Miró - Sala Gaspar - 1970

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