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Joan MIRO - Ubu, Family with a child, 1971 - Original signed lithograph

Joan MIRO
Ubu: Family with a child, 1971

Original lithograph (Mourlot workshop)
Signed in pencil
On Arches Vellum 50 x 66 cm
Limited edition of 120 copies

REFERENCES: Catalogue raisonné Mourlot # 757/88, Cramer books # 146
Plate 3 of the portfolio "Ubu to Baleares"; Begun in 1963 this series of lithographs was not completed until 1971. The edition was limited to 120 copies. A photocopy of the proof of justification will accompany the work.

Excellent condition


Dimensions :
- Height : 50 cm
- Width : 66 cm

Joan Miró : Spanish painter and sculptor born in Barcelona in 1893, He studies at Barcelona Fine Arts School from 1907 and entirely dedicated himself to painting since 1912. The artist asserts himself throw different mediums, painting, collage, lithography, etching, ceramic, sculpture on marble and bronze... Miró discovers cubism and fauvism in Paris where he lives in 1920 and meets up with Pablo Picasso, André Masson and dadaïst members, before he become a member of surrealism. He completes his series of "Constellations" (1940-1941) at Palma de Mallorca where he stays in 1956. In 1942, he comes back to Barcelona then to United States five years later and begins monumental painting ("Composition with ropes", 1950, Eindhoven). From years 1960, his paintings show a new space research, often monochrom ("Blue I, II, III", 1961). His latest works are monumental statues for Chicago (1981), Houston and Barcelona (1982). The artist died in Palma de Mallorca in 1983.

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