Joan Miro


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Noun1.Joan Miro - Spanish surrealist painter (1893-1983)Joan Miro - Spanish surrealist painter (1893-1983)
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When I am in the heart of the art world, like the Fundacio Joan Miro (founded by Joan Miro famed for being a master surrealist along with Dali) and The Musee Picasso, I allow myself just to 'be' and admire their unparalleled art archive for some of the world's great masterpieces from their early years through the 20th century.
More artworks from Joan Miro, Bitanga, Sanso, Tracie Anglo Dizon, Allison Wong David and Lo Franco I heard this story from Ito in 2016 when I interviewed him for his pop-up store in a gallery space in Makati.
In which Spanish city did the Joan Miro Museum open in 1975?
The building's triple-height lobby will be home to a three-paneled Joan Miro masterpiece from Sheldon Solow's personal collection.
With which artistic movement were Salvador Dali, Joan Miro and Rene Magritte associated?
Stone Harbor, NJ, June 05, 2018 --(PR.com)-- In conjunction with the Fourth of July, Ocean Galleries in Stone Harbor, New Jersey (9618 Third Avenue/609.368.7777) is honored to host artwork by four of the most influential Master artists of the twentieth century: Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, and Joan Miro.
Aime Maeght, the art dealer who fled Nazi-occupied Paris for the balmier climes of the French Riviera, is generally revered around those parts, not least for building his Fondation Maeght, a stunning modernist masterpiece by the Catalan architect Josep Sert, perched in the hills by Saint-Paul de Vence, and then stuffing it with work by his proteges and friends -- Joan Miro, Fernand Leger, Alexander Calder, Alberto Giacometti, Georges Braque, Baltus and Pierre Bonnard.
Spanish artist Joan Miro collected the rubbish that washed ashore on the beaches of Mallorca on his morning walks and turned them into colorful monster-like sculptures.