Joan Miró (1893 – 1983) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, and ceramicist born in Barcelona. His paintings and sculptures are non-objective, colorful, biomorphic forms brilliantly evoked through rough shapes and marginally recognizable objects.
An iconic lithograph printed in colours, 1972, signed and numbered from the edition of 150 in pencil, on a sheet of BFK Rives wove paper. The full sheet measures 320 x 255mm.
A stunning lithograph created for “Artists for Amnesty” held in 1977, when Amnesty International received the Nobel Award for Peace. On this occasion, fifteen artists created special art works for the Amnesty International’s Prisoners of Conscience Year. This was in order to secure the release of prisoners of conscience, prevent torture, and promote human rights.
A gorgeous lithograph in colours, on Rives BFK wove paper.
Beautifully signed in pencil by the artist and numbered 44/75.
An original exhibition poster, phototype and lithograph, signed with the monogram in pencil by the artist. Realized for the exhibition "Cartons" by the artist in the Gallery Maeght, Paris and referenced in the catalogue Raison.
A stunning hand-signed drypoint on Velin de Rives paper from the portfolio: Journal d’un Graveur
Signed bottom right in pencil and numbered (16/75) lower left.
Referenced in the catalogues of the artist work Dupin 783; Cramer 200 and also currently on display in the Fundacio Miro, Barcelona.
A lithograph produced on wove paper.
Hand signed and dated by the artist in pencil, numbered "H.C" (Hors Commerce) aside from the edition of 125.
Published by Galerie Matarasso, Nice in1957 and referenced in Mourlot M. 247
Two richly coloured lithographs produced by Mourlot in 1958 after the original etching produced in 1952/53
A stunning colour lithograph in fine condition.
A stunning lithograph in colours on Japan paper. A perfect example of the artists work and as such a fine piece for investment.
Referenced in Maeght 803.