Joan Miro was a seminal figure in 20th-century avant-garde painting. The Spanish Joan Miro’s innovative use of line, organic shapes, and color represents a major contribution to Surrealism. Representative of his ability to conjure evocative space—Joan Miro’s famed triptych Blue I,II,II (1961), portrays a floating world using only blue, orange, and black. “Little by little, I’ve reached the stage of using only a small number of forms and colors,” Joan Miro reflected. “It’s not the first time that painting has been done with a very narrow range of colors. The frescoes of the tenth century are painted like this.”

Our Fine Art Gallery has the finest quality Joan Miro original prints, lithographs, carborundum, etching, aquatints, and posters. We have a large inventory available off-site and we encourage you to make an appointment to see specific works you are looking to collect. We are happy to meet you at either our art gallery showroom or at your home or office for a private presentation.

About Joan Miró

Artist Joan Miro was born April 20, 1893, in Barcelona Spain. A painter, printmaker, and sculptor from the Catalan region of Spain the Catalan pronunciation is: ʑuˈan miˈɾo.

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