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Transcript of Joan Miró
December 25, 1983
(90 Years old) JOAN MIRÓ Born: Barcelona, Spain.
Died: Palma, Majorca, Spain. "Kopf" Mural Painting Sculpture Ceramics "The singer" "Little by little, I've reached the stage of using only a small number of forms and colors. It's not the first time that painting has been done with a very narrow range of colors. The frescoes of the tenth century are painted like this. For me, they are magnificent things." -Joan Miró André Masson Joan Miró was influenced by various artists, including: André Breton Pablo Picasso "In the tower of sleep" "The weeping woman" "African mask" Artists have traditionally confined themselves to visual expression in a single medium with occasional forays into other materials. However, Miró was, in a sense, a modern renegade who refused to limit himself in this regard. "Night" The artist demonstrate the use of the element of line in the painting: "Sonnens". The artist demonstrate the use of the element of color in the painting: "Daybreak". I can see the principle of variety in the painting: "The melancholic singer" The artist demonstrate the use of the principle of contrast in the painting: "Vuelo de pájaros" I really like how the artist use color, and how some of his paintings look really different between each other. "The garden" "The flight of the dragonfly in front of the sun" "The poetess"