3 edition of Joan Miró, his graphic work. found in the catalog.
Joan Miró, his graphic work.
|Statement||Introd. [by] Sam Hunter.|
|Contributions||Hunter, Sam, 1923-|
|LC Classifications||NE702 M5 H8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 108 p.|
|Number of Pages||108|
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Joan Miró his graphic work. Hardcover – January 1, by introduction. HUNTER, SAM (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 2 formats and editions Hide 1/5(1). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miró, Joan, Joan Miró, his graphic work.
New York, H.N. Abrams  (OCoLC) Named Person. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Miró, Joan, Miro, his graphic work.
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Museum, (OCoLC) Named Person. Joan Miro: I Work Like a Gardener Inartist Joan Miró and critic Yvon Taillandier sat down for an in-depth discussion on Miró's life and work. Their conversation, one of the most illuminating and insightful looks into Miró's philosophy and creative process, was.
Joan Miró was born the first son Joan Miró Michel Miró Adziras and Dolores Ferra on Apin Montroig near Barcelona, Spain. He came from a long line of hardworking craftsmen, and his father also worked as a goldsmith and a watchmaker. – Joan Miró. Miró and the Poets. Miró’s graphic work venture began in as a result of his relationships and friendships with poets.
It was at that time that he produced eight pochoirs for the book Il était une petite pie (Once There Was a Little Magpie) written.
Joan Miro was a 20th century Catalan Spanish artist known for his Surrealist works. A highly creative and free-thinking individual, he refused to adhere to the norms of conventional painting methods which he felt assassinated art by curbing the artist’s.
Pilar Juncosa Iglesias, Joan Miró’s wife and benefactor, was born in Palma in Her parents, Lambert Juncosa and Enriqueta Iglesias, were originally from Catalonia and her mother had family ties to Miró’s grandmother, since they were cousins. Sm.8° (mm) - 25pp - One original color Lithograph, signed by Mirò.
Text by René Char ( - ) French poet and Joan Mirò ( - ) Spanish painter, illustrator, sculptor, and ceramist. First edition published in copies of which only 95 copies (our's N° 82) containing one original color lithograph.
Joan Miró is possibly the leading exponent of that way of working that is closer I spirit to the context of the Renaissance--when an artist might find himself painting an Annunciation one day and designing a project for the building of new walls for his city.
It's time to give Joan Miró his due again Although marginalised by critics at the end of the 20th century, a new exhibition of Miró's work should see him back in favour Jonathan Jones.
Miró’s interest in etching also derives from his origins, as his father was a goldsmith. Lithography enriches Miró’s graphic work, as it allows for a heightened colourfulness as the etching.
In his life, the artist created print works that stood for themselves, but also a wealth of book .