The art of Joan Miró takes a reactionary stance. It foregrounds the aesthetic experience, lends emphasis to the irreal of our subconscious, and does battle with the representational art that the Barcelona-born artist saw as co-opted by the bourgeois class to reaffirm their social status, and thus the status quo. An early adopter of automatic painting, Miró later created a symbolic language, using shapes, lines, and color to depict his unique non-representational subjects.
Museum-quality reproduction digital print of Etoiles d'Escargot by Joan Miró, ca. 1925. Framed. Contemporary black Chelsea thin wood frame with bright white mat. Mounting hardware included.