About Joan Miro Notebook – RMN-Grand Palais – Blue II – III, Triptych (1961)
This 64-page mini Joan Miro Notebook features one of the most notorious works by the Spanish Surrealist artist, Joan miró, Blue II-III (Triptych made in 1961. Printed in France in compliance with environmental standards, this Miró mini notebook contains 64 lined pages, printed in Vellum paper 80g / m², made from chlorine-free pulp. Joan Miro was a Spanish painter of the École de Paris trained at Barcelona and his early work showed the influence of Van Gogh and the Fauves. In 1919 he came to Paris and associated with Picasso and his Cubist followers. From c. 1923 he was among the most prominent of the Surrealists and over the years he evolved an easily recognizable style of great power and originality lying between Surrealist fantasy, abstractionist construction, and decorative arabesque. In 1918 André Breton wrote: “Miró is probably the most surrealist of us all.” Yet his work almost alone among the surrealists survived the disruption of that movement with development but no essential change. More details Joan Miro Notebook – RMN-Grand Palais – Blue II-III Triptych (1961):
- Dimensions: L. 8,27″ (21 cm); W. 5,91″ (15 cm)
- Weight: 3 lbs (est)
- Pages: 64 lined pages
- Material: Hardcover, (Paper) Vellum paper 80g / m², made from chlorine-free pulp
- Original Artwork: Miró, Joan. Blue II-III (triptych) (1961) 270 x 355 cm, Oil on canvas
- RMN-Grand Palais | Printed in France in compliance with environmental standards.