Joan Miro

Artwork

Figures Against Blue Sky Maeght 166 Pl. #3 Vol 2 Lithos, 1956

Joan Miro

Figures Against Blue Sky Maeght 166 Pl. #3 Vol 2 Lithos, 1956

Original Color Lithograph

9 x 15 in

$1,650.00

Lithographie Originale I from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1981

Joan Miro

Lithographie Originale I from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1981

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Lithographs II Cover from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Lithographs II Cover from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.75 x 12.18 in

$1,450.00

Lithography, Volume 4 1969-1972 contains 6 original lithos, Ed. of 5M copies, 1981

Joan Miro

Lithography, Volume 4 1969-1972 contains 6 original lithos, Ed. of 5M copies, 1981

Book

13 x 10 in

$1,200.00

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Joan Miro

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Catalogue, contains original lithos, cover- original screenprint by Miro. 5 original color lithos on 1 sheet double-sided.

8 x 7 in

$2,000.00

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Joan Miro

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Catalogue, contains original lithos, cover- original screenprint by Miro. 5 original color lithos on 1 sheet double-sided.

8 x 7 in

$2,000.00

Original Lithograph I from "Miro Lithographs III, Maeght Publisher", 1977

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph I from "Miro Lithographs III, Maeght Publisher", 1977

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Original Lithograph V from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph V from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Original Lithograph X from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph X from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 19.43 in

$1,950.00

Terre de Grande Feu, 1956

Joan Miro

Terre de Grande Feu, 1956

Color lithograph

31 x 23 in

$5,400.00

Galerie Maeght Miro © Maeght Editeur Imprimeur, 1970

Joan Miro

Galerie Maeght Miro © Maeght Editeur Imprimeur, 1970

Original Color Lithograph Poster

24.63 x 17 in

$2,450.00

Lithographie Originale III from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1981

Joan Miro

Lithographie Originale III from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1981

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Lithographs III Cover from "Miro Lithographs III, Maeght Publisher", 1977

Joan Miro

Lithographs III Cover from "Miro Lithographs III, Maeght Publisher", 1977

Original Color Lithograph

13 x 11.62 in

$1,850.00

Miro & Artigas - Sculpture in Ceramic Terres de Grand Feu, 1956

Joan Miro

Miro & Artigas - Sculpture in Ceramic Terres de Grand Feu, 1956

Original color lithograph/screenprint

8 x 14 in

$1,800.00

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Joan Miro

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Catalogue, contains original lithographs, cover- original screenprint by Miro. 5 original color lithographs on 1 sheet double sided.

8 x 7 in

$2,000.00

Musee De L'Athenee Ed. of 1000, 1961

Joan Miro

Musee De L'Athenee Ed. of 1000, 1961

Original Color Lithograph Poster

29 x 19 in

$1,850.00

Original Lithograph II from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph II from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Original Lithograph V from "Miro Lithographs III, Maeght Publisher", 1977

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph V from "Miro Lithographs III, Maeght Publisher", 1977

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Original Lithograph XI from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph XI from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Terres de Grande Feu, 1956

Joan Miro

Terres de Grande Feu, 1956

Original Color Poster

29.50 x 20.75 in

$2,450.00

Galerie Maeght Miró Lithographe IV (1969-1972), Maeght Editeur #737, 1971

Joan Miro

Galerie Maeght Miró Lithographe IV (1969-1972), Maeght Editeur #737, 1971

Original Color Lithograph Poster

21.50 x 32 in

$2,000.00

Lithographie Originale IV from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Lithographie Originale IV from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Lithographs IV Cover from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1981

Joan Miro

Lithographs IV Cover from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1981

Original Color Lithograph

12.87 x 11.75 in

$1,450.00

Miro & Artigas, Sculpture in Ceramic, 1956

Joan Miro

Miro & Artigas, Sculpture in Ceramic, 1956

Catalogue contains original lithographs- cover original screenprint by Miro. 5 original color lithographs on 1 sheet double-sided.

$2,000.00

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Joan Miro

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Contains Original Lithographs, cover- original screenprint by Miro. 5 original color lithographs on 1 sheet double-sided.

8 x 7 in

$2,000.00

Obra Graphica, 1974

Joan Miro

Obra Graphica, 1974

Original Color Lithograph Poster

26 x 19 in

$2,400.00

Original Lithograph III from "Miro Lithographs III, Maeght Publisher", 1977

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph III from "Miro Lithographs III, Maeght Publisher", 1977

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Original Lithograph VI from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph VI from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 19.43 in

$1,950.00

Pierre Matisse Gallery #733/1350, contains original lithographs, 1953

Joan Miro

Pierre Matisse Gallery #733/1350, contains original lithographs, 1953

Miro Exhibition Catalogue front and back cover and frontpiece- original lithographs

12.25 x 9.50 in

$2,400.00

J. Prevart & G Ribemont-Dessaignes, 1956

Joan Miro

J. Prevart & G Ribemont-Dessaignes, 1956

Catalogue- 9 original lithographs

9 x 8 in

$7,500.00

Lithographie Originale V from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1981

Joan Miro

Lithographie Originale V from "Miro Lithographs IV, Maeght Publisher", 1981

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Lithography, Volume 3 1964-1969 contains 6 original lithos, Ed. of 5M copies, 1977

Joan Miro

Lithography, Volume 3 1964-1969 contains 6 original lithos, Ed. of 5M copies, 1977

Book

13 x 10 in

$1,200.00

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic (double sided) 4 Lithographs on Verso, 1956

Joan Miro

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic (double sided) 4 Lithographs on Verso, 1956

Original Color Lithograph

8 x 27.25 in

$4,000.00

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Joan Miro

Miro/Artigas Sculpture in Ceramic, Pierre Matisse Gallery, 1956

Catalogue, contains original lithos, cover- original screenprint by Miro. 5 original color lithos on 1 sheet double-sided.

8 x 7 in

$2,000.00

Original Lithograph I from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph I from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 9.75 in

$1,250.00

Original Lithograph IX from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph IX from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 19.43 in

$1,950.00

Original Lithograph VIII from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Joan Miro

Original Lithograph VIII from "Miro Lithographs II, Maeght Publisher", 1975

Original Color Lithograph

12.56 x 19.43 in

$1,950.00

Pierre Matisse Gallery #736/1350, contains original lithographs, 1953

Joan Miro

Pierre Matisse Gallery #736/1350, contains original lithographs, 1953

Miro Exhibition Catalogue front and back cover and frontpiece- original lithographs

12.25 x 9.50 in

$2,400.00

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Joan Miro
April 20th,1893 - December 25th,1983 The Spanish painter, Joan Miró, who was born in Barcelona in 1893 and died in Palma de Mallorca in 1983, left behind an important legacy which is included amongst the most original of the 20th century. His work, in general, would be marked with a clear surrealist tendency, where the realm of the memory and imaginative fantasy were to take priority. He studied at La Lonja School of Fine Arts in Barcelona, and in 1918 set up his first individual exhibition in the Dalmau Galleries, in the same city. His works before 1920 (the date of his first trip to Paris) reflect the influence of different trends, like the pure and brilliant colors used in Fauvism, shapes taken from cubism, influences from folkloric Catalan art and Roman frescos from the churches. His trip to Paris introduced him to and developed his trend of surrealist painting. In 1921, he showed his first individual exhibition in Paris, at La Licorne Gallery. In 1928, he exhibited with a group of surrealists in the Pierre Gallery, also in Paris, although Miró was always to maintain his independent qualities with respect to groups and ideologies. From 1929-1930, Miró began to take interest in the object as such, in the form of collages. This was a practice which was to lead to his making of surrealist sculptures. His tormented monsters appeared during this decade, which gave way to the consolidation of his plastic vocabulary. He also experimented with many other artistic forms, such as engraving, lithography, water colors, pastels, and painting over copper. What is particularly highlighted from this period, are the two ceramic murals which he made for the UNESCO building in Paris (The Wall of the Moon and the Wall of the Sun, 1957-59). It was at the end of the 60´s when his final period was marked and which lasted until his death. During this time, he concentrated more and more on monumental and public works. He was characterized by the body language and freshness with which he carried out his canvasses, as well as the special attention he paid to material and the stamp he received from informalism. He concentrated his interest on the symbol, not giving too much importance to the representing theme, but to the way the symbol emerged as the piece of work. In 1976 the Joan Miró Foundation Centre of Contemporary Art Study was officially opened in the city of Barcelona and in 1979, four years before his death, he was named Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Barcelona.
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