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Joan MiróLe chien bleu

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36 W x 48 H cm
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Limited edition of 200
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The Blue Dog (1939) - Joan Miro

Original lithograph published under the control of Joan Miro between 1962 and 1967 by Studio d'Arte Perna - Milano

Numbered lower left in Roman numerals " / CC " (out of 200 copies)

Signed in the plate "Miro" in lower right with notarial documents.

Dry stamp of the publisher at the bottom right

Dimensions : 48 x 36 cm

Among the most beautiful works of Joan Miro, it was published by Studio d'Arte Perna for its collection "From Giotto to Picasso, avant-guarde".

Joan Miró
Legendary artist
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Joan Miró was a Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramist born in Barcelona. A museum dedicated to his work, the Fundació Joan Miró, was established in his native Barcelona in 1975, and another, the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró, was established in his adopted city of Palma in 1981.

Internationally acclaimed, his work has been interpreted as surrealism, but with a personal style, sometimes veering towards fauvism and expressionism. He was distinguished by his interest in the unconscious or subconscious, which is reflected in his recreation of childhood. His hard-to-categorize works also included a manifestation of Catalan pride. In numerous interviews from the 1930s, Miró expressed his contempt for conventional painting methods as a means of sustaining bourgeois society, and declared an "assassination of painting" in favor of disrupting the visual elements of established painting.

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