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Miró

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Format:

hardcover

Imprint:

Taschen

Author(s):

Walter Erben and Hajo Düchting

ISBN:

978-3836531306

Size:

0.7 x 10.2 x 12.5

Page count:

96

Why We Love This

Joan Miró (1893-1983) is one of the most significant Spanish painters of the twentieth century. While his early work clearly shows the influence of Fauvism and Cubism, Miró eventually developed a characteristic flowing calligraphic style, his art populated by a world of forms resembling shorthand symbols. From Fauvism to Surrealism by way of his original childlike style, Miró sought to shake up the establishment and made a name for himself in doing so. This lavishly illustrated volume is an excellent resource on the artist and his work.

Why We Love This

Joan Miró (1893-1983) is one of the most significant Spanish painters of the twentieth century. While his early work clearly shows the influence of Fauvism and Cubism, Miró eventually developed a characteristic flowing calligraphic style, his art populated by a world of forms resembling shorthand symbols. From Fauvism to Surrealism by way of his original childlike style, Miró sought to shake up the establishment and made a name for himself in doing so. This lavishly illustrated volume is an excellent resource on the artist and his work.