L'Ogre Enjoue (The Playful Ogre), 1969
Color Etching and Aquatint
with Carborundum on Arches paper
Hand-signed by Joan Miró

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Joan Miro prints, paintings,
lithographs, etchings, and art

This much-loved Spanish artist is one who has captured
the Surrealist imaginations of art lovers everywhere.
Joan Miró is best known for his use of childlike strokes
with very abstracted, colorful, and Modern sensibilities.
We feature masterpieces from his extensive oeuvre,
including his prints, paintings, lithographs, etchings and
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L’ Exile Vert (The Green Exile), 1969
Color etching, Aquatint and Carborundum
on Chiffon de Mandeure.
Hand-signed by Joan Miró

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Le Grand Écart (The Great Gap), 1969
Color Lithograph on Arches Vellum Paper
Hand-signed by Joan Miró

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Miro Prints, Paintings, Lithographs, Etchings, and Art


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  • Hommage à Rimbaud (Homage to Rimbaud), 1962
    Joan Miró
    Color Lithograph on Rives vellum paper
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    W-5752

  • Joan Miro Le Bagnard et sa Compagne, 1975
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 5210

  • Les Grandes Manœuvres (The Great Maneuvers), 1973
    Joan Miró
    Color etching and aquatint with carborundum on Arches paper
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    W-5706

  • L’Aïeule devant la Mer (The Grandmother by the Sea ), 1969
    Joan Miró
    Original Color Etching and Aquatint
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    W-5611

  • La Rebelle (The Rebel), 1967
    Joan Miró
    Color Etching and Aquatint with Carborundum on Mandeure Paper
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    W-5703

  • L’Ogre Enjoue (The Playful Ogre), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Etching and Aquatint
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    Item # 5319

  • Barbarian in the Night, 1976
    Joan Miro
    Color Etching and Aquatint on Wove Paper
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    W-5502

  • Manoletina, 1969
    Joan Miro
    Color Aquatint and Carborundum
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    Item # 5348

  • Souris Rouge a La Mantilla (Red Mouse with Mantilla), 1975
    Joan Miro
    Color Aquatint on Arches Paper
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    W-5541

  • ONE PLATE, FROM: ODA À JOAN MIRÓ
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph on Wove Paper
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    W-5521

  • Le Grand Carnassier (The Large Carnivore) 1969
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4514

  • L’ Exile Vert (The Green Exile), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Color Etching
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    Item # 5322

  • Le Marechal des Logis (The Sergeant), 1978
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 5093

  • Le Grand Ordonnateur (The Big Organizer), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Original Color Etching & Aquatint with Carborundum
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    Item # 3104

  • Plate VI from Espriu – Miró, 1975
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Aquatint
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    Item # 5092

  • Escalade vers la Lune (Climbing to the Moon), 1969
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4958

  • Emehpylop, 1968
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching
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    Item # 5300

  • Le Dandy, 1969
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 5280

  • Le Roi David (King David), 1972
    Joan Miró
    Color Etching and Aquatint
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    W-5622

  • Le Chien Bleu (The Blue Dog), 1959
    Joan Miro
    Color Etching and Aquatint on Arches wove ‘BFK Rives’ paper.
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    W-5508

  • Mur de la lune (Moon Wall), 1958
    Joan Miró
    Color Lithograph
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    W-5506

  • Archipel sauvage V (Wild Archipelago V), 1970
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Etching and Aquatint
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    Item # 5287

  • Mambo, 1978
    Joan Miro
    Original color wash, etching and aquatint on Arches paper.
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    Item # 3540

  • El Rei Garrell, 1979
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5264

  • from ‘ Album 21’, 1978
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph on Arches Paper
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    Item # 5324

  • L’Exposition d’oeuvres recentes (Exhibition Recent Works), 1953
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph on Arches Paper
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    Item # 5096

  • Affiche pour l’exposition ‘Homenatge a J. Torres Clavé (Poster for the exhibition ‘Homenatge a J. Torres Clavé), 1980
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4622

  • Hommage à Rimbaud (Homage to Rimbaud), 1962
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5175

  • L’oiseau Comet (Comet Bird), 1951
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph on Pur Fil du Marais Wove Paper
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    W-5492

  • Ubu Aux Baléares, 1971
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 3251

  • Fond Marin II (Seabed II), 1963
    Joan Miro
    Color Aquatint on BFK Rives Paper
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    W-5494

  • Catalogue Cover for the exhibition “Miro el tapis de Tarragona”, 1970
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph on Guarro Paper
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    W-5451

  • La Mélodie Acide (The Sound Acid), PL.5, 1980
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5236

  • Sense Titol (Untitled), Invitation Card for the Preview of the Exhibition Miró, 1978
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph on Arches Paper
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    W-5448

  • Le Grand Écart (The Great Gap), 1969
    Joan Miró
    Color Lithograph on Arches Vellum Paper
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    W-5403

  • Miró Pl. 4 from La Mélodie Acide (The Acid Melody), 1980
    Joan Miró
    Color lithograph on Japan Nacré
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    W-5657

  • La lune pres de paraitre, from ‘Hai-Ku’, 1967
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph on Arches Paper
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    Item # 5325

  • Le Marteau Sans Maitre XXI (The Hammer Without a Master XXI), 1976
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4846

  • Sobreteixims i escultures (Textiles and Sculptures), 1972
    Joan Miró
    Color Lithograph on Guarro
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    Item # 5323

  • Hommage aux Prix Nobel (Tribute to the Nobel Prize), 1976
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4794

  • Cover for Exhibition Catalogue at Sala Pelaires, Palma de Majorca, 1970
    Joan Miró
    Color Lithograph
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    W-5713

  • Terres de grand feu, 1956
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 5070

  • La Pluie Matinale au Clair de Lune (Morning Rain in Moonlight), 1958
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4961

  • Lithograph VI from Miró, Obra Inedita Recent, 1964
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 3200

  • Les Révolutions Scéniques Du XXe Siécle (The Revolution of Stage Design in the 20th Century), 1975
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4293

  • Escultor Portugal (Sculptor Portugal), 1974
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5235

  • Untitled, 1967
    Joan Miro
    Untitled, 1967
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    Item # 5263

  • Graphics, 1961
    Joan Miro
    Graphics, 1961
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    Item # 5262

  • Etching and Aquatint, Partie de Campagne III (A Day in the Country III), 1967
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4063

  • Arlequin Circonscrit, 1973
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4433

  • Femmes, Oiseaux, Etoile (Woman, Birds, Star), 1960
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4827

  • Woman, Moon, Stars, 1949
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 3923

  • Ubu Roi (King Ubu) from Suites pour Ubu Roi, 1966
    Joan Miro
    Original Color Lithograph
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    Item # 2938

  • Maravillas con Variaciones Acrósticas en El Jardín de Miró (Wonders with Aristocratic Variations in Miró’s Garden), 1975
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 5094

  • Untitled from Tracé sur l'eau (Trace on the Water), 1963
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 5271

  • Plate 15 from Album 19, 1961
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4411

  • Je Travaille Comme un Jardinier (I Work Like a Gardener), 1963
    Joan Miro
    Original Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4159

  • La Dame aux damiers (Lady with Checkers), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph on Cloth
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    Item # 3795

  • Poster for the film ‘Umbracle,’ 1973
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 3466

  • Lithograph IX from Miró, Obra Inedita Recent, 1964
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 3198

  • Hommage a Joan Miró, 1973
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching and Carborundum
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    Item # 3442

  • Lithograph VII from Miró, Obra Inedita Recent, 1964
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 2659

  • Set of 10 Works from Tracé sur l’eau (Trace on the Water), 1963
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithographs
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    Item # 3629

  • Flux de l’Aimant V (Magnetic Flow No. 5), 1964
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Drypoint Etching
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    Item # 2969

  • Flux de l’Aimant VII (Magnetic Flow No. 7), 1964
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Drypoint Etching
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    Item # 2967

  • Le Vieil Irlandais (The Old Irish), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching, Aquatint, and Carborundum
    SOLD
    Item # 4145

  • Une Femme (A Woman)
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph with Pochoir
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    Item # 3451

  • Mandarin du Nord (Mandarin North), 1976
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4515

  • À Toute Épreuve, 1958
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Woodcut
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    Item # 2119

  • Affiche pour l’exposition ‘Miró’ Louisiana, Humlebaek [Denmark] (Poster for the exhibition ‘Miró’ Louisiana, Humlebaek [Denmark]), 1974
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4218

  • Village D’Oiseaux, (Village of the Birds), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Signed Color Etching and Carborundum
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    Item # 4591

  • Untitled Woman and Dog from the series of paintings known as ‘Slow Paintings’
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph with Pochoir
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    Item # 2963

  • Composition from L’issue dérobée, 1974
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching and Aquatint
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    Item # 4053

  • La Danse du Feu (The Fire Dance), 1963
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4165

  • Polyphème, 1968
    Joan Miro
    Original color etching & aquatint with carborundum and cement imprint on Mandeure rag paper
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    Item # 2409

  • Les Oiseaux (The Birds), 1956
    Joan Miró
    Color Lithograph on Arches Paper
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    W-5402

  • Les coquillages (The Seashells), 1969
    Joan Miró
    Color Lithograph
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    W-5401

  • Printed for Galerie Gerald Cramer, 1969
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph and Screenprint on Rives BFK Paper
    SOLD
    Item # 5327

  • La Sorcière (The Sorcerer), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching, Aquatint, and Carborundum
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    Item # 4558

  • Constellations, 1959
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5257

  • Lithograph, L’enfance d’Ubu (Childhood of Ubu), 1975
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5100

  • Joan Miro La Fronde ( The Slingshot ), 1969
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    Item # 5273

  • Ubu Roi (King Ubu) from Suites pour Ubu Roi, 1966
    Joan Miro
    Original color lithograph
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    Item # 2465

  • L’ Ange Crible, (The Riddled Angel) 1973
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4288

  • Partie de Campagne IV (A Day in the Country IV), 1967
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4064

  • Print, Miró lithographs I, 1972
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4557

  • L’enfance d’Ubu (Childhood of Ubu), 1975
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4258

  • Poemes Civils, 1961
    Joan Miro
    Original Etching and Aquatint
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    Item # 4181

  • Cartons, 1965
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 3692

  • Le Chien Bleu (The Blue Dog), 1959
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching and Aquatint
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    Item # 3570

  • Et l’oiseau s’enfuit vers les pyramides aux flancs ensanglantés par la chute de rubis (And the Bird Flew Off to the Pyramids, Their Sides All Covered with Blood From Falling Rubies), 1954
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Wash, Etching, and Aquatint
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    Item # 3542

  • Astrology III, 1953
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 3924

  • La Captive (The Captive), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching, Aquatint, and Carborundum
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    Item # 3896

  • Hommage à Rimbaud (Homage to Rimbaud), 1962
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4304

  • Miró lithographs I, 1972
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4286

  • Maravillas con Variaciones Acrósticas en El Jardín de Miró (Wonders with Aristocratic Variations in Miró’s Garden), 1975
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4176

  • Le Lézard aux plumes d’or (The Lizard with Golden Feathers), 1971
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4094

  • Strindberg Mappen, 1976
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4808

  • Exhibition at the Galerie Matarasso, Nice, 1957
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4776

  • Maravillas con Variaciones Acrósticas en El Jardín de Miró (Wonders with Aristocratic Variations in Miró’s Garden), 1975
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4718

  • El Sobreviviente Visita Los Pájaros I (The Survivor Visits the Birds I), 1972
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching and Aquatint
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    Item # 4615

  • La Révolte des Caractères,(The Revolt of the Letters) 1982
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Etching and Aquatint
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    Item # 4544

  • Les Essencies de la Terra, 1969
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5057

  • La Femme Angora, 1969
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 5272

  • Pl. 2 from Lithograph II, 1975
    Joan Miro
    Original Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4154

  • Miró-Pintura (Miró-Painting), 1978
    Joan Miro
    Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5005

  • Les Voyants (The Seers), 1971
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 5004

  • Soleil Ébouillanté (The Scalding Sun), 1969
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Etching & Aquatint with Carborundum
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    Item # 4987

  • Catalogue of the Exhibition "Cartones," 1965
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4401

  • Les Essencies de la Terra, 1969
    Joan Miro
    Les Essencies de la Terra, 1969
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    Item # 4025

  • Work on Paper, Miró lithographs I, 1972
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4289

  • Les Grandes Manœuvres (The Great Maneuvers), 1973
    Joan Miro
    Color Etching and Aquatint with Carborundum on Arches Paper
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    W-5610

  • La Chasse aux Papillons (The Hunting of Butterflies), 1975
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4995

  • Le Lézard aux plumes d’or (The Lizard with Golden Feathers), 1971
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 4991

  • Homenatge à Joan Prats (Homage to Joan Prats), 1975
    Joan Miro

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    Item # 4310

  • Lithograph VIII from Miró, Obra Inedita Recent, 1964
    Joan Miro
    Hand Signed Color Lithograph
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    Item # 2661

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Joan Miro (1893-1983)

Joan Miro Biography

Combining Abstract Art with Surrealism, Joan Miró’s oeuvre is internationally respected. Born April 20, 1893, in Barcelona, Spain, Joan Miró Ferra was exposed to art at an early age through his watchmaker father. At the age of 14, he went to business school in Barcelona while also attending La Lonja’s Escuela Superior de Artes Industriales y Bellas Artes. Choosing business over art, he took a position as a clerk, but suffered a nervous breakdown. Abandoning business, he resumed his art studies and attended Francesc Galí’s Escola d’Art in Barcelona from 1912 to 1915. Receiving early encouragement from the dealer José Dalmau, Miró’s first show occurred at his gallery in 1918 where his work was ridiculed and defaced. His works during this time reflected the influence of Fauvism and folkloric Catalan art as is seen in Chapel of Sant Joan d’Horta (1917), but he was also drawn to Cubism and Surrealism.

Those artistic interests led Miró to move to Paris in 1920, but he continued to spend his summers in Catalonia. In Paris, Miró met Pablo Picasso, and other important emerging artists and poets, encircling himself with creative types. Dalmau organized Miró’s first solo show in Paris, at the Galerie la Licorne in 1921 and his work was included in the Salon d’Automne of 1923. Strongly symbolic and poetic in nature, Miró’s art fit well within the context of the dream-like erratic tendencies espoused by Surrealism and in 1924 he joined the Surrealist group, though always remained on the periphery of Surrealism. Such works included Catalan Landscape (The Hunter) (1923) and the Tilled Field (1924).

This is around the time Miró began to develop an antagonistic attitude towards painting, and started to explore other techniques and mediums. In 1926, while collaborating with Max Ernst on designs for a ballet they pioneered the technique of grattage, in which pigment is troweled onto the canvas and in 1928 Miró began executing his first papiers collés and collages. During the early 1930s, Miró would delve into sculpture, incorporating painted stones and found objects into his three-dimensional works. This was also the time when he started his experiments in lithography, and his first etchings date to 1933, both mediums of which would comprise a majority of his oeuvre.

Joan Miró Etchings:


By 1930, Miró had developed his own unique style of imagery derived from elements of Catalan folk art and the art of children and this was suited wonderfully for the etching medium as the fluid line work and fanciful figures enabled him to create crisp details. A constant experimenter however, the etchings are a wonderful precursor of what was to come for his printmaking skills later in his life.

Finding international success, with the opening of the Pierre Matisse Gallery in New York, Miró became an influential part of the Modern Art Movement in America. With the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War however in 1936, Miró had to flee Spain and remained in France where he was commissioned to create a monumental work for the Paris World’s Fair. Then World War II broke out and he was forced to relocate to Normandy, then fled back to Spain in 1940. During this time, Miró created his famous twenty-three gouache series Constellations (1940).

The Museum of Modern Art, New York held Miró’s first major museum retrospective in 1941, and that same year Miró began working in ceramics with Josep Lloréns y Artigas. Always trying to find new ways to express himself, it was during 1948–49 when Miró lived in Barcelona, and made frequent visits to Paris that he began to experiment with his printmaking techniques at the Mourlot Studios and the Atelier Lacourière. Such printmaking techniques would result in his later mastering of aquatints and carborundum, some of the most difficult graphic works to create.

Joan Miró Lithographs:


Miró’s close relationship with Fernand Mourlot resulted in the creation of over one thousand different lithographic editions. His process of automatic drawing, allowing the hand to move randomly on the surface, leaving the artwork to chance, enabled him to create works that were genuine reflections of himself, an integral part of his popularity. A popularity that still remains today as they make for 91% of all of his works bought on the market, with a complete set of Le lézard aux Plumes d’Or (1971) selling for over $147, 510 in 2002 from Christie’s.

A true master of the printmaking medium, Miró received the Grand Prize for Graphic Work at the Venice Biennale in 1954, and his work was included in the first Documenta exhibition in Kassel the following year. In 1958, he was given a Guggenheim International Award for murals for the UNESCO building in Paris and the following year he resumed painting, initiating a series of mural-sized canvases. During the 1960s, he began to work intensively in sculpture and was particularly captivated by glass as is evidenced in his commissioned mural Personnage Oiseaux (1972-1978) which combines one million pieces of marble and Venetian glass. A man whose art rose to international acclaim with the help of the Surrealist movement, Miró was honored with many retrospectives during his lifetime and worked until he passed away of heart disease in December 25, 1983, in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

Joan Miró Aquatints:


With his most coveted etching and aquatint Équinoxe (1967) selling for $74,000 in 2007 and the series Michel Leiris, Fissures (1969) that sold for $92,500 in 2001 at Christies, Miró’s aquatints are quite valuable. In the experimentation that followed his lithographs, Miró produced hundreds of aquatints, a process that presents variations of darkness on the paper. These experiments allowed for him to better represent the dualities and contradictions within his artwork.

Joan Miró Carborundum:


A method of printmaking that produces variations of dotted effects, Miró embraced this medium as it allowed him to create works that were rich in texture and variety. Trying not to adhere to any artistic movement during the 1970s, this method proved diverse as it gave him an artistic range when combined with the etching and aquatint. With the series such as Barcelona (1972-1973) selling for over $72,500 in 2005 and the work Les grandes manoeuvres (1973) selling for over $52,000 in 2010, this medium makes for some of his most valuable in printmaking.

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Custom Packing and Insured Shipping
Expert custom packaging and insured shipping guarantees the safety of your work and the security of your investment while in transit.
We typically ship using FedEx, as they assume full insurance for door-to-door transit of your artwork. We charge actual shipping and insurance costs, plus the cost of the packing materials. We never charge a handling fee. Feel free to contact us for shipping quotes. Should you opt to use a shipper other than FedEx, we ask that you please notify us prior to shipping. Please note: shipments to California residents are subject to local sales tax.

Masterworks Fine Art Gallery schedules shipping for our clients. Works can be shipped via FedEx Ground (3-5 business days), 3-Day, 2-Day, Standard Overnight or Priority Overnight shipping. Purchases typically ship within 3 days of payment clearance. We ship daily, Monday – Friday. Special delivery arrangements can be made, if needed.

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