Joan Mirò

Joan Miró i Ferrà (Barcelona 1893 – Palma de Majorca 1983) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, and ceramicist. His great imagination, fantasy and behaviour are reflected in the new life ha was able to give to the objects that surround him. His artworks represent his attraction for the subconscious, his childhood and his country. He is considered the main representative of Surrealism.
Awards: Venice Biennale Grand Prize for Graphic Work (1954), Guggenheim International Award (1958), Knight of the Legion of Honour (1962), Honorary Degree at Harvard University (1968), Gold Medal of Fine Arts, Spain (1980), Honorary Degree at Barcelona University (1979), Gold Medal of the Spanish Ministry of Culture (1980)

Joan Miró i Ferrà (Barcelona 1893 – Palma de Majorca 1983) was a Spanish painter, sculptor, and ceramicist. His great imagination, fantasy and behaviour are reflected in the new life ha was able to give to the objects that surround him. His artworks represent his attraction for the subconscious, his childhood and his country. He is considered the main representative of Surrealism.
Awards: Venice Biennale Grand Prize for Graphic Work (1954), Guggenheim International Award (1958), Knight of the Legion of Honour (1962), Honorary Degree at Harvard University (1968), Gold Medal of Fine Arts, Spain (1980), Honorary Degree at Barcelona University (1979), Gold Medal of the Spanish Ministry of Culture (1980)

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