HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE 2019

Joan Miró Aquatints

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.

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