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The Montroig 1 (Cat-953) print by Joan Miró is named after the village of Mont-roig del Camp, located in northeastern Spain, where the artist spent a lot of time – his parents had a summer house and a farm there. The nature, landscape and atmosphere of Mont-roig had a great impact on Miró, and they can be seen as recurrent themes in his work. The abstract fine art print is numbered in Roman numerals, and it is part of an edition of 20 (XX) prints in total; the print's edition number is II. It also features Miró’s hand-written signature.

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Montroig 1 (Cat-953)


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Year
1974
Paper height
76 cm
Paper width
57 cm
Medium
Lithograph
Edition type
Numbered: Roman numbers
Signature
Yes
Framed
No. Delivered with passepartout.

Joan Miró

Joan Miro? (1893–1983) was an internationally celebrated painter, sculptor, ceramicist and printmaker, known for his distinctive surrealist style – although Miro?’s own rebellion and avoidance of all academicism make it difficult to classify his works under any specific movement. With a career spanning over seven decades, Miro? is considered one of the masters of the 20th-century.

Miro? was born in Barcelona, but he was very much drawn to Mont-roig del Camp, where his parents had a summer home and farm, and the landscapes, both cultural and emotional, of Paris and Majorca, and later New York and Japan. Miro? had a deep-rooted interest in everyday objects and the natural environment, leading him to conduct technical and formal research that has had a great impact on contemporary art and the work of many artists that came after him.

Miro?’s work lives on in countless public spaces, major museums and institutions all around the world. Some of the most notable of his public artworks include the Miss Chicago sculpture in Chicago, Figure and Birds in Houston, Wall of the Sun and Wall of the Moon at the Unesco headquarters in Paris and the ceramic mural on the front of the Palacio de Congresos in Madrid. Other works can be found at Fundacio? Joan Miro? in Barcelona, Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró in Palma de Mallorca, Centre Pompidou in Paris as well as the Guggenheim Museum, MoMA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, among others.

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