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1972 Joan Miro ‘Miro I-13’ Lithograph. Printed in France by Mourlot on thick textured matte paper.

Note - can also be applied as a diptych with the other Miro lithograph listed on our site.


Size: 14”W x 20.5”H.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Joan Miró

Joan Miró (1893–1983), a Spanish Catalan painter, sculptor, and ceramicist, is renowned for his unique blend of surrealism and abstraction. His art exudes childlike spontaneity and imaginative symbolism, often characterized by vibrant colors and whimsical forms. Miró's fascination with the subconscious led him to create a visual language that transcended conventional boundaries. His diverse body of work includes paintings, sculptures, and prints, all reflecting his quest for artistic freedom and experimentation. Notable for his contributions to the Surrealist movement, Miró's influence extended to modern art and his involvement with artists like Picasso and Dalí. His creative journey spanned social and political changes, leaving an indelible mark on the art world, where his legacy continues to inspire generations of artists.

1972 Joan Miro ‘Miro I-13’ French Mourlot Lithograph

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