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1st graders drew imaginary creatures, people and abstract imagery after looking at the art of Joan Miro.  Miro has always been one of my favorite artists! We talked about the difference between abstract and realistic artwork where artists get their ideas oil pastel and watercolor resists As the students drew their creatures and designs, they … … Continue reading →

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1st graders drew imaginary creatures, people and abstract imagery after looking at the art of Joan Miro. Miro has always been one of my favorite artists! We talked about the difference between abstract and realistic artwork where artists get their ideas oil pastel and watercolor resists As the students drew their creatures and designs, they … … Continue reading →

Instituto Tomie Ohtake apresenta a exposição “Joan Miró – A Força da Matéria”,Mulher na Noite, 1973. © Successión Miró, Miró, Joan AUTVIS, Brasil, 2015

Galeria de Instituto Tomie Ohtake apresenta a exposição “Joan Miró – A Força da Matéria” - 4

Instituto Tomie Ohtake apresenta a exposição “Joan Miró – A Força da Matéria”,Mulher na Noite, 1973. © Successión Miró, Miró, Joan AUTVIS, Brasil, 2015

¡Miró me hace ver las Estrellas! I make no distinction between poetry and painting. • Joan Miro

¡Miró me hace ver las Estrellas! I make no distinction between poetry and painting. • Joan Miro

Joan Miro, His Graphic Work, 1958 http://www.cinemagebooks.com/?page=shop/flypage_id=7751

Joan Miro, His Graphic Work, 1958 http://www.cinemagebooks.com/?page=shop/flypage_id=7751

The Singing Fish, by Joan Miro  Miro once said: In my opinion, mastering freedom means mastering simplicity. Then, at most, a line, a color, is enough to make the picture.   The Singing Fish is instantly recognisable as the work of Miro, combining highly abstract shapes to represent the artist's imagination. The key focal point in this painting is the head of the fish which looks out to the top left of the canvas, with it's eye represented by two abstract circles.

The Singing Fish, by Joan Miro Miro once said: In my opinion, mastering freedom means mastering simplicity. Then, at most, a line, a color, is enough to make the picture. The Singing Fish is instantly recognisable as the work of Miro, combining highly abstract shapes to represent the artist's imagination. The key focal point in this painting is the head of the fish which looks out to the top left of the canvas, with it's eye represented by two abstract circles.

Joan Miró (1893-1983)  A Spanish artist and sculptor, Miró participated in the Surrealist Movement during the 1920s. His early paintings, including Vegetable Garden With Donkey (1918) and The Farm (1921-22), are earthy depictions of the Catalan landscape, demonstrating a sensitivity toward nature. By 1923, the artist's imagery had moved away fromjoan miró,works of joan miro,the artist miro,spanish painter miro,paintings of joan miro,paintings by miro,miró,painting miro,miro art,art by joa...

Joan Miró (1893-1983) A Spanish artist and sculptor, Miró participated in the Surrealist Movement during the 1920s. His early paintings, including Vegetable Garden With Donkey (1918) and The Farm (1921-22), are earthy depictions of the Catalan landscape, demonstrating a sensitivity toward nature. By 1923, the artist's imagery had moved away fromjoan miró,works of joan miro,the artist miro,spanish painter miro,paintings of joan miro,paintings by miro,miró,painting miro,miro art,art by joa...

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