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Miró, Original Lithograph VII, Vol. 1

Edie O'Rourke

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Miró, Original Lithograph VII, Vol. 1
Miró, Original Lithograph VII, Vol. 1
Miró, Original Lithograph VII, Vol. 1

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Product Information

Artist:

Joan Miró (1893-1983)

Dimensions:

9.75"W x 12.5"H

Condition:

excellent

Care:

Avoid hanging in direct sunlight.

Frame details:

wood/glass

Materials:

original lithograph on paper

Why We Love This

An original, unsigned lithograph that appears in the artist's catalogue raisonné. Published by Maeght, Edieur, Paris, and printed by Mourlot. Includes a letter of tirage.

Why We Love This

An original, unsigned lithograph that appears in the artist's catalogue raisonné. Published by Maeght, Edieur, Paris, and printed by Mourlot. Includes a letter of tirage.

About Edie O'Rourke

Born in Barcelona, Joan Miró created his own magical, often Surrealist style. His unique version of abstraction, in which images have a relationship to the natural world, continues to influence contemporary art today.