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The Garden of Miró

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Gabriela Esquivel Jiménez

on 13 October 2012

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JOAN MIRO THE STORY OF AN ARTISt the life of Miro He belonged to Cubism. It was a bad student in school and began studying art at age 7. Leave the painting to work in an office, family fights. 19 Galf academy in Barcelona. Joan Miró i Ferrà (April 20,1893 – December 25,1983) was a world renowned Spanish Catalan painter, sculptor, and ceramist who was born in the sea port city he was exposed to the arts from a very young age. There have been some drawings recovered by Miro dating to 1901, when he was only 8 years old Miro decided to devote his life entirely to painting by attending the school of art taught by Francesc Galí. His works before 1920 (the date of his first trip to Paris) reflect the influence of different trends, like the pure and brilliant colors used in Fauvism, shapes taken from cubism, influences from folkloric Catalan art and Roman frescos from the churches He made for the UNESCO building in Paris (The Wall of the Moon and the Wall of the Sun, 1957-59) Joan Miro’s style has been interprered as Surrealism combined with the playfulness and whimsical nature of a child. 26,5 millones The most famous painting of Miro THE GARDEN thanks
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