Auction 39 EDITIONS
27.09.2018

Lot 8

MIRO Joan (1893-1983)

"Abstract composition", 1978

divPaper, color lithography/div div38 x 54 cm/div divPrint: Mourlot, Paris (France)/div divPublisher: DLM 231 - Mourlot 1150-51/div
2 000 – 3 000
Joan Miró (1893-1983) - Spanish painter and graphic artist. Born in the city. Barcelona, ​​Spain. He studied at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona (1907-1910). Entry to private art school Ghali F. (1912). Arrived in Paris (1920), where he met with P. Picasso. Solo exhibitions in Paris, New York, London (1930). He worked in a surreal manner and participated in exhibitions surrealists, but not officially considered himself a follower of this trend. Since mid-1940 began to create ceramic composition. He sought to endow art with something new and unusual - experimenting with materials used in his installations a variety of objects found during walks, and more. Her works are in major museums around the world and in many private collections.

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