Joan Miró

Spain (1893 – 1983)

Joan Miró (1893-1983), born in in Barcelona, Spain, was a prominent Spanish artist associated with the Surrealist movement. His distinctive style is characterized by abstract forms, vivid colors, and imaginative symbols, reflecting his exploration of art's connection to poetry. Through his paintings, sculptures, and ceramics, Miró conveyed a sense of creative freedom and explored the connection between art and poetry.

Miró initially pursued realism before embracing abstraction. His artworks, including paintings like "The Farm," showcased his fascination with the subconscious and dreams. Miró's sculptures and ceramics also displayed his playful creativity. His legacy as a pioneering artist continues to inspire generations, leaving an enduring mark on the art world.