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Le Bagnard et sa Compagne by Joan Miró

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"Bathing Woman", Oil On Canvas by Joan Miro (1893-1983, Spain)

1925 Joan Miro (Spanish Surrealist Painter and Sculptor, Bathing Woman

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Joan Miró – Tate modern

JOAN MIRO Galathée, 1976 Etching and aquatint in colors with embossing, on Arches paper with `MAEGHT’ watermark, with full margins (deckle on two sides), I. x 74 cm) S. 54 ¼ x 37 ¾ in.

Joan Miro - Ciphers Constellations - 1941 In this drawing, Miro has used many shapes, such as circles, squares, geometric shapes, and free form shapes.  Shannon Art6/03

Joan Miró: A fine line

juan miro images | Blue II - Joan Miró (1961) © Successió Miró

On Miró and Meaning: A Review

Bleu II by Joan Miró. Art print from Art.com. JW- reminds me of Normal Mclaren's Dots - film

Bleu II

Utilizing blue as a symbol of artistic creation and spiritual purity, Spanish Surrealist Joan Miro – painted his enormous “Bleu II,” part of a three-part-series, which he said was the culmination of everything he had done until that point.

A painter, and at the same time a genius who gave a new view of life and art through the world of children and his admirable and great imagination.

Joan Miro - Bailarina II, it is sometimes difficult to piece out a picture of art done by Miro.

Joan Miro- The Lark's Wing, Encircled with Gold Blue (someone pinned this image upside down!)

Joan Miró- The Lark's Wing, Encircled with Gold Blue (someone pinned this image upside down!