His graphic work
One of the original members of the Surrealist group, Joan Miro often felt dissatisfied with the leader Andre Breton's constrictive ideas on what painting should be. As Miro began to grow restless with the conventions of painting he began to explore other mediums beyond the brush and canvas. In 1929, two years after the famous statement of his desire to "assassinate painting," Joan Miro began exploring the art of printmaking. He thoroughly experimented with all forms of printmaking: lithography, etching, engraving, aquatint, etc. Printed in Germany.
Title: His graphic work
Image size: 11.5" x 10"
Edition: Signed proof/ unnumbered Ed. c.3,000
Signature: Signed in pencil.