Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop
Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976 - Saint-Martin Bookshop

Miró Joan

Joan Miró - Lithographe III 1964-1969 - Maeght Editeur 1976

Prefaced by Joan Teixidor, this beautiful book is the third volume in the series of original lihtographs by Joan Miro, published in 150 copies each by Maeght Editeur. 
Joan Miró produced nearly 1,800 original lithographs and prints at the Maeght studio. He composed his score, invented his alphabet, scattered his symbols across the white page of his writing, close to graffiti. Everything was free, released, aerial, penetrated with interior light. He celebrated marriages between all techniques. Nothing was ever excessive or gratuitous. His creation cut to the essential. Miró created his own language. Dots, lines, scratches, graffiti, writing, mysterious anthropomorphic figures swimming or flying through infinite territory, fed by sparks. The power of black, awestruck colors… And the paper always defended its whiteness. Miró was about drawing above all else. His energy burst on to the sheet. We feel the rigor in his creation. He played with discordant tools, contrasting graphics.

215p - FR - 25.5x33cm - hardcover - good condition