Joan Miro

Maravillas con Variaciones Acrosticas en El Jardin de Miro Plate 13, 1975
Lithograph
19.62 x 27.75 in
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Created in 1975, this work is one of a series of 22 lithographs by Joan Miró to illustrate the book, Maravillas con Variaciones Acrósticas en El Jardín de Miró (Wonders with Acrostic Variations in the Garden of Miró) by Rafael Alberti. Numbered 74/75 in pencil in the lower left margin (out of the total edition of 75 signed and numbered copies). Printed by La Polígrafa, S.A., Barcelona and published by Ediciones Polígrafa, S.A., Barcelon and signed "Joan Miró" in the plate. Brilliant in execution and superbly saturated in color, this is a classically surrealist work which could only have been created by world renowned 20th Century Master, Joan Miró. Inherent in its composition is a controlled chaos, with series of colored, grid-like patterns that explode in a myriad of curved lines and spotted forms. Primary colors of red, blue, and yellow dominate the composition with accenting tones of green, purple, and orange. Each gesture is a deliberate complement to each line and shape, making way for a whimsical, playful piece which Miró has breathed a life of its own. Miro's work is in the permanent collection of major museum collections world wide including the Museum of Modern Art, NY; Guggenheim Museum, NY; The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia PA, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL; Tate Modern, London, England; Centre Pompidou, Paris, France and Foundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona, Spain; Catalog raisonne reference: M 1053 - 1072
Maravillas con Variaciones Acrosticas en El Jardin de Miro Plate 13, 1975
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Lithograph
Joan Miro
Artist
Maravillas con Variaciones Acrosticas en El Jardin de Miro Plate 13 by Joan Miro