JOAN MIRO 1965 Double Page Lithograph from Derriere le Miroir
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Published by Aime Maeght of Galerie Maeght in Paris, France, this lithograph from Joan Miro was done for Derriere le Miroir magazine. Published between 1946 and 1982, the Galerie Maeght was often thought as the most important gallery in the world for contemporary art. This lithograph portrays handwritten words in an abstract manner that roughly says "Femme ito j'Marno" surrounded by asterisks.
Derriere le Miror was a French art magazine created, edited and published by Aime Maeght (1906-1981), who ran the publication from 1946 until his death, with the last edition published posthumously in 1982. The industry frequently refer to this as DLM. The publication began at the end of the second World War when exiled artist were starting to create, free from regime persecution. Joan Miro (1893-1983) was a frequent contributor, and was featured in over 14 editions, including an exclusive deluxe edition. All prints taken from DLM show a snapshot in time of the 20th century, post-war art scene.
About the Artist:
Joan Miro was a Spanish painter, sculptor, and ceramicist born in Barcelona. Museums were erected in both Barcolona and Palma de Mallorca, he is a famed surrealist artist. Miro’s work was described as a sandbox for the subconscious mind, a re-creation of the childlike, and a manifestation of Catalan pride.
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30"W x 23"H