Joan Miró

(1893 -1983) Spanish painter, sculptor, engraver and ceramist, Miró is one of the great names of surrealism, although his work flees from academicism and from ascribing to a particular artistic style. An artist rooted in his homeland, but with a great international projection, even exhibiting in New York and Paris.

After his stay in the French capital, his work becomes more fanciful and dreamlike, abandoning the more conventional methods of painting.

His interest in everyday objects and the natural environment will be the background of some of his technical and formal research. Thus, he created a unique and personal language, being one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.



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