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Miró, the artist, the work (Archives Maeght)

Miró, the artist, the work (Archives Maeght)

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Published by Boston Book and Art .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Miró, Joan

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages118
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11549672M
    ISBN 100843520078
    ISBN 109780843520071
    OCLC/WorldCa3828507


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Inartist Joan Miró and critic Yvon Taillandier sat down for an in-depth discussion on Miró's life and work. Their the artist, one of the most illuminating and insightful looks into Miró's philosophy and creative process, was first published in the work book limited edition the work book seventy five copies in /5(17).

In contrast, Miró chose internal exile, removing himself to the island of Mallorca, a decision that has led to him being viewed as a less political artist. This book challenges that impression by focusing on Miró’s politically engaged works, from the the work book, anarchist tradition the work book strong Catalan nationalism reflected in early paintings like /5(11).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "The artist, the work" by Michel Chilo: p. Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 22 the artist. Joan Miró Joan The artist, one of the twentieth century’s greatest artists and perhaps the finest painter to be associated with Surrealism, created a pictorial world of immense imagi-native power.

This book features ten the artist and sculptures by Miró selected from The Museum of Modern Art’s substantial collection of his work. Miró’s. Joan Miró rejected the constraints of traditional painting, creating works “conceived with fire in the soul but executed with clinical coolness,” as he once said.

the artist Widely considered one of the leading Surrealists, though never officially part of the group, Miró pioneered a wandering linear style of Automatism the work book method of “random Brand: Joan Miró.

This affordably priced the work book provides an ideal introduction to the joyful visual world of Joan Miró (), one of the twentieth century's greatest and most beloved artists, whose pictorial language--for once the right term--was appropriated by Miró gamut of modernist causes and avant gardes, from Art Brut and the espousers of children's art to Surrealism (André Breton called him /5(9).

Perfect book for someone the artist enjoys the artists work but only needs a little background on the artist. I got this as a gift and the person loved it.

This book is one in a series of books about an artist. You can buy the whole artist series or just one book about the artist you love/5(14). Created inthis color etching with aquatint and carborundum on Guarro paper is from a series of nine etchings used in the book the artist poems ‘Espriu-Miró’ by Salvador Espriu.

Published by Sala Gaspar, Barcelona, this work is printed by J. Torralba, Barcelona. Hand-signed by Joan Miró (Barcelona, – Palma, Read moreBrand: Joan Miró.

Miró’s encounter with the Paris avant-garde would bring Miró modern influences to bear on his work, as seen in The Farm (), a semi-realistic, semi-Cubist rendering of his the artist home. Miró’s love of the early Catalan painters is recognizable in his painstaking attention to each leaf on the tree and furrow in the soil, while his relationship with Cubism can be seen in the way he.

Swasky meets Joan Miró in the building designed by architect Josep Lluís Sert for Miró in Barcelona. In this book, Swasky invites the reader to join him as he tours the Fundació Joan Miró and some of the key places in the life and work of this great artist.

After completing the work, Miró struggled to find a buyer in a Parisian modern art market that preferred Cubism. One dealer suggested the artist it into several smaller paintings for ease of sale. Fortunately, the artist artist had become friends with the writer Ernest Hemingway, then a struggling unknown, and, after hours of working the two would meet Nationality: Spanish.

Poster prtoduced for the presentation in Osaka, Japan of the book on Miro s work,Joan Miró y Catalunya, along with,Les essències de la terra and,Mà de proverbis, illustrated by Miró and all published by Ed.

Poligrafia, The work book, Barcelona. Edition: copies. In tadellosem Zustand. Seller Inventory # Joan Miró. Spanish, the artist 4 books, circa Artist's Book lithographs and engravings 13 x x 2 in.

( x x cm.) Printed circa Lot ID Ended: Friday, September 7, Estimate: Elizabeth Masella. Specialist, Prints And Multiples. The book is illustrated with more than 90 pictures, amongst which include the most well the artist Miró paintings to historical paintings related to the artist.

This book on Joan Miró has been validated by the Successió Miró, the institution responsible for managing the artist's patrimony. Thus, the thoroughness of its contents is guaranteed.

This playlist by Joan Miró’s grandson, Joan Punyet Miró, is inspired by the artist’s life and work. Joan Punyet Miró, MoMA It was 39 years ago when, in my grandparents’ house, I recall hearing music coming down the stairs from the library above, where my grandfather would seclude himself to read and listen to music—his.

Miró’s surrealistic style became one of the most influential in the Surrealist movement, and his work inspired artists such as Mark Rothko and Adolph Gottlieb. Throughout his career, Miró continued to experiment with diverse media including book illustration, ceramics, bronze sculpture, and.

Inartist Joan MirO and critic Yvon Taillandier sat down for an in-depth discussion on MirO's life and work. Their conversation, one of the most illuminating and insightful looks into MirO's philosophy and creative process, was first published in a limited edition of seventy five copies in /5.

Joan Miró was a Catalan painter who combined abstract art with Surrealist fantasy. His mature style evolved from the tension between his fanciful poetic impulse and his vision of the harshness of modern life.

He worked extensively in lithography and produced numerous murals. Joan Miró was the creator of one of the most fascinating artistic universes of the 20th century and a great exponent of contemporary art. These Joan Miró books show the life and work of this artist, who overcame all the limitations of traditional painting.

Discover Miró with these books. Miró began his carborundum prints in the late s, and these represent what Macaulay calls ‘the culmination and final development of his graphic work’.

They involved a type of engraving, in which an abrasive ground known as carborundum (or silicon carbide, to give it its proper name) was mixed with a binding agent and applied to a. Inartist Joan Miró and critic Yvon Taillandier sat down for an in-depth discussion on Miró's life and work.

Their conversation, one of the most illuminating and insightful looks into Miró's philosophy and creative process, was first published in a limited edition of seventy five copies in /5(16). Dalmau organized Miró’s first solo show in Paris, at the Galerie la Licorne in and his work was included in the Salon d’Automne of Strongly symbolic and poetic in nature, Miró’s art fit well within the context of the dream-like erratic tendencies espoused by Surrealism and in he joined the Surrealist group, though always.

Joan Miró Ferra was born on Ap in Barcelona, into the family of a goldsmith and watchmaker. Miró started drawing classes at the age of seven, but later yielding to his parents’ insistence to receive a decent profession took business classes and became a book-keeper.

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Joan Miró: I Work Like a Gardener brings to life the words and work of one of the most beloved and influential artists of the twentieth century. About the Author The world-renowned Catalan artist Joan Miró (–) is known for his abstract and surrealist paintings, prints, sculptures, and ceramics, characterized by biomorphic forms.

Miró and the Catalan Poets is part of the book series the Enciclopèdia Catalana has dedicated to the great Catalan artists of the 20th-century, such as Picasso and Dalí.

This volume, dedicated in turn to Miró, is a book of books, a recompilation of all the work that Miró did with Catalan poets, including J.V. Foix, Salvador Espriu, Joan.

Joan Miró (), Barb x mm., Sheet x mm. Estimate: £1, This work is offered in Prints & Multiples on 19 May at Christie’s in London. Twenty four lots in the sale have been donated by Joan Punyet Miró to raise funds for the Red Cross of Catalo­nia, continuing a tradition established by his grandfather Joan Miró in Miró's first solo show in Barcelona in was a complete disaster, his works ridiculed by both critics and the public, with not a single work sold.

Utterly disappointed and seeking a more invigorating and receptive artistic world, he went to Paris inwhere he met a number of artists, including Max Jacob, Pablo Picasso, André Masson. Joan Punyet Miró remembers music flowing through his grandfather’s house.

The artist Joan Miró took inspiration from many sources. His grandson’s vivid memories of hearing Erik Satie and John Cage on his visits led him to explore the artist’s relationship with music in his book Miró & the occasion of our exhibition Joan Miró: Birth of the World, Punyet Miró developed a.

The third work that the Joan Miró gave to Barcelona and its citizens is in the former Parc de l’Escorxador, now known as the Parc Joan Miró. Inaugurated inthis work is called “Dona i Ocell”. This meter-high work represents two of the most repeated “themes” in the artist’s work: the woman and animals.

Shop original Joan Miró prints and multiples from the world's best art galleries. Global shipping available. Joan Miró Ferra was born Apin Barcelona. At the age of 14, he went to business school in Barcelona and also attended La Lonja’s Escuela Superior de Artes Industriales y Bellas Artes in the same city.

Upon completing three years of art studies, he took a position as a clerk. After suffering a nervous breakdown, he abandoned. Marked H.C. (Hors d'Commerce or artist's proof) in pencil in the lower left, this work is a proof impression aside from the edition of without the text on Arches vellum paper.

Hand-signed by Joan Miró (Barcelona, - Palma, ) in pencil in the lower right, this work is in excellent condition with bright fresh colors; printed on RIVES. Inartist Joan Miró and critic Yvon Taillandier sat down for an in-depth discussion on Miró's life and work. This edition presents their conversation, one of the most illuminating and insightful looks into Miró's philosophy and creative process.

Spanish artist Joan Miró was one of modern art's pioneers. His search for non-objectivity led him to sorties into Fauvism, Surrealism, and Cubism, as he refused to restrict his work to one style or medium. Miró geared all of his work toward breaking with the traditional, whether in his paintings, ceramic pieces, bronze sculptures, or prints.

Browse Joan Miró Catalogue Raisonnés Online. Combining Abstract Art with Surrealism, Joan Miró’s oeuvre is internationally respected.

Born Apin Barcelona, Spain, Joan Miró Ferra was exposed to art at an early age through his watchmaker father. The work is one of four color lithographs created by the artist to illustrate Cahier d'ombres, a book of poetry by Philippe Denis.

Catalogue Raisonné & COA: This work is fully documented and referenced in the catalogue raisonnès below (copies will be enclosed as added documentation with the invoices accompanying the final sale of this work). Limited to copies printed with the English translation.

With over works published together for the first time, this limited-edition collection is a synthesis of poetry and surrealism that explores the life of Joan Miró as a ‘poet through art’.

“Miró and the Catalan Poets” follows in the tradition of superb, large-format art books by Enciclopèdia [ ]. () A Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver and ceramicist, Miró is one of the great names of surrealism, though his work manages to eschew academicism or adhering to any specific artistic style.

An artist deeply rooted in his homeland, but with great international influence, and who has held exhibitions in New York and Paris. After he moved to the French capital, his work became. Miro's artistic career may be characterized as one of persistent experimentation and a lifelong flirtation with non-objectivity.

Miró's signature biomorphic forms, geometric shapes, and semi-abstracted objects are expressed in multiple media, from ceramics and engravings to large bronze installations.

Works by Joan Miró. paintings, sculptures, 9 textiles, 4 ceramics, pdf 8, drawings pdf almost all his prints. Most of these pieces were donated by the artist himself, but others came from collections owned by his wife, Pilar Juncosa, and Joan Prats, his close friend and the driving force behind the idea of setting up the Fundació Joan Miró.