Utilizing blue as a symbol of artistic creation and spiritual purity, Spanish Surrealist Joan Miro – painted his enormous “Bleu II,” part of a three-part-series, which he said was the culmination of everything he had done until that point.
JOAN MIRO Galathée, 1976 Etching and aquatint in colors with embossing, on Arches paper with `MAEGHT’ watermark, with full margins (deckle on two sides), I. x 74 cm) S. 54 ¼ x 37 ¾ in.
Joan Miro was a Spanish painter who loved to use child like shapes in his art. Here's a tutorial on how to make your own Surrealist masterpiece. Art Projects for Kids.
JOAN MIRO AND OiLS? Use this dice drawing sheet to create a Miro Skyscape. Make this a fun addition to your study of the surrealist painter Joan Miro.