Joan Miro, 1926, Dog Barking at the Moon
Joan Miro, 1940, Nocturne
Joan Miro, 1952, The Garden
Joan Miro, 1940, Le Coq
Joan Miro and His Daughter Dolores by Balthus, 1937-38
There aren’t a lot of paintings by Balthus that I could get away with posting here, (if you google him, you’ll see why). Even this portrait of the Spanish Surrealist Joan Miro and his young daughter Dolores is a little disturbing!
Blue I, II and III triptych by Joan Miro, 1961
20th April 1893
The Hunter 1923-24
Daybreak by Joan Miro, 1968. There is something beautifully childlike about this piece by Surrealist Joan Miro, and not just in the colour scheme: I know the title suggests otherwise, but every time I look at it I see a cat, with a red body and a yellow face. And now that I have seen this, I find it very hard to see how it depicts a Daybreak. It’s funny how your mind refuses to see anything else once it has decided on something!
Horse, Pipe and Red Flower by Joan Miro, 1920. Surrealist still lifes really are quite spectacular!