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Joan Miró's "Woman and Bird in Torment," Catalogue reference: Mourlot 510, was exeuted for Derriere le Miroir (DLM) in 1967. DLM was an art magazine published between 1946 and 1982 by the French publisher and gallery owner Aime Maeght in Paris. Beloved for his fantastical artworks filled with swirling, abstract forms, floating body parts, and otherworldly creatures, Catalan artist Joan Miró gave voice to the subconscious. Earning international acclaim, his work has been interpreted as Surrealism, a sandbox for the subconscious mind, a re-creation of the childlike, and a manifestation of Catalan pride. Not only did Miro take a distinct approach to creation, he focused on a number of mediums and forms during his career. This has made Joan Miro one of the most celebrated Spanish artists, and one who has created a unique style which many followed years after his death in 1983. This original Large Edition Color Lithograph is in excellent condition, framed, and matted.

Joan Miró’s “Woman and Bird in Torment,” Catalogue reference: Mourlot 510, was exeuted for Derriere le Miroir (DLM) in 1967. DLM was an art magazine published between 1946 and 1982 by the French publisher and gallery owner Aime Maeght in Paris. Beloved for his fantastical artworks filled with swirling, abstract forms, floating body parts, and otherworldly creatures, Catalan artist Joan Miró gave voice to the subconscious. Earning international acclaim, his work has been interpreted as Surrealism, a sandbox for the subconscious mind, a re-creation of the childlike, and a manifestation of Catalan pride. Not only did Miro take a distinct approach to creation, he focused on a number of mediums and forms during his career. This has made Joan Miro one of the most celebrated Spanish artists, and one who has created a unique style which many followed years after his death in 1983. This original Large Edition Color Lithograph is in excellent condition, framed, and matted.

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