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Lithographier Originale
Artist: Joan Miró
Price: $255.55
Medium: Printmaking
Ship From Kansas City, MO

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Creation Date: 1961
Materials: Original Color Lithograph
Dimensions: 15" x 11"
Condition: *Condition: Very good vintage condition; no creasing, discoloration, yellowing, staining, soiling or foxing. Vibrant colors throughout.
Finish: Unframed
About the Item: Joan Miro
Lithographier Originale
Original Color Lithograph
Year: 1961
Size: 14.5x10.5in
Edition: 1,500
Portfolio: DLM 125-126
Publisher: Maeght Editeur, Paris 1961
Additional text verso - as issued
Unsigned, not individually numbered - as issued
COA provided (gallery issued)
Ref.: 924802-1971

*Condition: Very good vintage condition; no creasing, discoloration, yellowing, staining, soiling or foxing. Vibrant colors throughout.
** Framing options available - please inquire


Tags: Joan Miró, Lithographs, Printmaking, Surrealist Art, Abstract Expressionism, Modern Art, 20th Century Art, Spanish Artist, Contemporary Print, Graphic Arts, Colorful Abstraction, Artistic Innovation, Fine Art Print, Visual Language, Miro's Print Series, Avant-Garde, Symbolic Imagery

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In the early 1960s, Joan Miró, the iconic Spanish surrealist artist, made a profound impact on the art world through a series of lithographs, particularly those featured in the renowned French magazine "Derrière le Miroir." These lithographs showcase Miró's distinctive artistic language, characterized by playful and imaginative forms. Miró's lithographs from this period are a testament to his mastery of abstract and symbolic imagery. Each piece unfolds like a visual poem, with vivid colors and whimsical shapes that invite viewers into a world of dreamlike contemplation.

Published in "Derrière le Miroir," these lithographs gained widespread recognition for their avant-garde nature and artistic innovation. Miró's engagement with surrealism and abstract expressionism is palpable in each lithograph, demonstrating a unique fusion of tradition and contemporary artistic trends. The series captures Miró's ability to communicate complex ideas through a visual language of symbols and shapes, inviting viewers to interpret and engage with the artwork on a personal level. As a key figure in 20th-century art, Miró's lithographs from the early 1960s, especially those featured in "Derrière le Miroir," continue to captivate art enthusiasts with their timeless and enigmatic allure.