Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it. ” – Andy Warhol

Joan Miro Original Color Lithograph Print The Redfern Gallery

  • Original lithograph.
  • Printed in Paris in 1966 by the atelier of Fernand Mourlot.
  • Published in a limited edition of 1500 impressions on Chiffon de Mandeure wove paper.
  • Size: 10 x 7 1/2 inches (sheet), large edition
  • This original Miro lithograph is from the cover of the scarce limited edition catalogue, published by Maeght and London’s Redfern Gallery on the occasion of a major 1966 exposition at the Redfern. The lithograph was executed by the artist as an original contribution for this catalogue.
  • Condition:  No discoloration to lithograph, just to surrounding cardboard. One small dent to top left corner.


Artist Statement

Throughout the time in which I am working on a canvas I can feel how I am beginning to love it, with that love which is born of slow comprehension.

Artist Bio

Joan Miro was a 20th century Catalan Spanish artist known for his Surrealist works. A highly creative and free-thinking individual, he refused to adhere to the norms of conventional painting methods which he felt assassinated art by curbing the artist’s imagination and freedom. He was one of the artists who represented the beginning of Surrealism as an art movement that encouraged artists to develop painting techniques that allowed the unconscious to express itself. His fascination with art began early on in his childhood and he started receiving art lessons when he was seven. He soon realized that becoming an artist was his life’s calling though his parents did not support his ambitions. They wanted him to establish himself in a more stable career, and in accordance with their wishes he went to a business school and started working as a… Continue reading on artist page

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