Joan Miro

Joan Miró (1893–1983) once confessed that he wanted to murder the art of painting. Today he is considered one of the most important artists of the twentieth century.

Miró studied at the art school “La Llotja” in Barcelona. The artist’s early works build on Catalan folk art and exhibit both cubist and fauvist influences. In the 1920s, influenced by the art movements dominant in Paris at the time, Miró underwent a fundamental change in his style, which eventually led him away from objectivity and shaped his own famous style.

“I try to apply colors like words that shape poems, like notes that shape music.” – Joan Miró

Joan Miró dedicated himself to painting, sculpture, and graphics. The artist was featured at “documenta” exhibitions as well as the Venice Biennale, and he also received a number of distinctions for his owrk. Other artists including PicassoDalí and Tàpies were in awe of Miró’s work.

“After me, you are the one who’s opening new doors [...]” – Pablo Picasso

Today it is impossible to conceive of art history without Joan Miró and his unmistakable image vocabulary. His works can be found in some of the world’s best-known museums. We provide you with some of the artist’s most beautiful graphics!

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Crapaud Lyre
Miro, Joan
Crapaud Lyre
€11,400.00 * -4% €11,900.00
Escultor Great Britain
Miro, Joan
Escultor Great Britain
€320.00 *
Escultor Iran
Miro, Joan
Escultor Iran
€320.00 *
La Melodie Acide II
Miro, Joan
La Melodie Acide II
€650.00 *
La Melodie Acide VII
Miro, Joan
La Melodie Acide VII
€650.00 *
La Melodie Acide X
Miro, Joan
La Melodie Acide X
€650.00 *
Escultor Denmark
Miro, Joan
Escultor Denmark
€320.00 *
Escultor Portugal
Miro, Joan
Escultor Portugal
€320.00 *
Escultor Schweden
Miro, Joan
Escultor Schweden
€320.00 *