Utilizing blue as a symbol of artistic creation and spiritual purity, Spanish Surrealist Joan Miró referred to his enormous Bleu II—part of a three-part-series—as the culmination of everything he had done until that point. Drawn to unconventional techniques, Miró utilized automatism, a method of freeform drawing dictated by the impulses of the subconscious, to create amorphous shapes, lines, curlicues, and bursts of color.
Reproduction digital print of Bleu II by Joan Miró. Framed in black wood with a double white mat and premium clear acrylic. Image measures: W 19.69" H 15.75. Mounting hardware included.