An artist who refuses classification, Joan Miró created paintings, collages, and sculptures that touch on a number of artistic movements. A catalyst as much as he was an artist, his signature mix of automatic painting, Fauvism, Surrealism, and what would later be called color field painting became a veritable breeding ground of influence for later Surrealists and the up-and-coming school of American Abstract Expressionists. His work relies in part on a consistency shared between each work. Rarely without a subject, Miró’s art is an experience that can also be read.
Museum-quality reproduction digital print of an untitled painting by Joan Miró, ca. 1947. Framed. Contemporary black SoHo thin wood frame with bright white mat. Mounting hardware included.