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Plate V, From: Series Ii | Série Ii by Joan Miró

Plate V, From: Series Ii | Série Ii by Joan Miró

Gilden's Art Gallery (IFPDA)



Edition Size: 13

Sheet Size: 50.5x60.5 cm


Condition: Pristine

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JOAN MIRÓ 1893-1983
Montroig 1893- 1983 Mallorca (Spanish)

Title: Plate V, from: Series II | Série II, 1952-53

Technique: Original Hand Signed Etching and Aquatint in Colours on Arches Wove Paper.

Paper size: 50.5 x 65.5 cm. / 19.9 x 25.8 in.
Image size: 37.6 x 45.5 cm. / 14.7 x 18 in.

Additional Information: This original etching and aquatint in colours is hand signed and dated in pencil by the artist “Miró 1952” at the lower right margin.
The work is also hand numbered in pencil “3/13” at the lower left margin.
It was etched at the Atelier 17, New York in June 1947 and printed at the Atelier Lacourière, Paris. It was published by Maeght Éditeur, Paris, in 1952-53 in a very small, limited edition of only 13 impressions.
The paper bears the Arches watermark.

Note: This work belongs to the second of six series of etchings which Miró made in 1952 and 1953.
The first and second series are more closely related in terms of imagery than the subsequent series.
Both present boldly and broadly drawn figures reminiscent of some of the ceramics Miró was making with Josep Lloréns Artigas at the time, while retaining the sense of fluidity characteristic of Miró’s biomorphic forms of this period.
In particular, a number of motifs are to be found in an unpublished set of engravings of 1947 which surround the poems of Ruthven Todd.
Another impression of this same print can be found in the collection of the Tate Gallery, London.

Literature: Dupin, J. (1984). Miró Engraver, Vol. I 1928-1960. Paris: Éditeur Daniel Lelong.
Reference: Dupin 87

Condition: Excellent condition.

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Joan Miró was a Spanish artist who was known for his abstract and surrealist artwork. He was active in the printmaking medium, creating lithographs, etchings, and linocuts. Miró’s prints often feature biomorphic shapes, bold colours and abstract patterns that are inspired by nature, and the subconscious mind.

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