This Joan Miró lithograph is from a feature on the four seasons in an early issue of Verve. Founded in 1937 by Henri Matisse’s friend E. Teriade, Verve was a lavish publication on the arts. The magazine showcased original lithographs by the leading artists of the day. The print comes framed.
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.