Joan Miró lithograph “The blue star”

Nr. 1852 | 2.400,– Euro
Joan Miró lithograph

Joan Miró lithograph
“The blue star”

“L’étoile bleu”

Litograph 1972.

Catalog raisonné: M.857.

Height: 32 cm / 55 cm | Width: 25 cm / 47 cm

Famous Joan Miró

“The Blue Star” is a lithograph by the Spanish artist Joan Miró. The work is part of a series of lithographs titled “Lithographies II,” which Miró created in the 1950s.

The image shows a blue star in the midst of an abstract, organic background consisting of various shapes and lines. Miró was known for his abstract works, which were often inspired by nature and created their own surreal world.

This picture is a good example of Miró’s ability to combine colors and shapes to create a unique and fascinating visual experience. The work was printed in a limited edition and is now found in many important collections in museums around the world. It is often considered one of Joan Miró’s most famous works.

Joan Miró was a Spanish painter, sculptor, and ceramicist who is one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His style is heavily influenced by surrealism and is characterized by a preference for abstract forms and vibrant colors.

Joan Miró was born on April 20, 1893, in Barcelona and studied at the La Llotja Art School and the Academia Galí in his hometown. In the 1920s, he spent an extended period in Paris, where he worked closely with other surrealists such as Max Ernst and André Breton.

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