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The 1000++ Artworks of media Oil On Canvas and containing the word joan miro, oil on canvas, surrealism, dreams, sea, women, 1925



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Joan Miro - Joan Miró- Catalan Landscape (The Hunter)Joan Miró- Catalan Landscape (The Hunter)Joan Miro

Catalan Landscape is an oil painting that represents cultural movement during early 20th century. It was created by Joan Miro and it display dreams and hallucinations concept that the world was surpassing during its creation time. It primarily emphasize on Catalonia people and culture prevailing dur...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Joan Miro - SiestaSiestaJoan Miro

Joan Miró i Ferra (Barcelona, ​​April 20, 1893 - Palma de Mallorca, 25 December 1983), painter, sculptor and ceramist Spanish, was an exponent of surrealism. His works are characterized by vibrant color and reinterpretation of reality, a reality which changes constantly in search of a balance betwee...

 
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Joan Miro - The Birth of the WorldThe Birth of the WorldJoan Miro

Joan Miro was in the midst of studying poetry when he produced Birth Of The World (1925) along with other works of the time depicting ‘dream pictures’ and ‘imaginary landscapes’ where his surrealism coincides with his poetic journey. In Birth Of The World, the shapes and lines seem unstructured, as ...

Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Joan Miro - Dutch Interior IDutch Interior IJoan Miro

Dutch Interior (I) is based on a seventeenth–century painting by Hendrick Martensz Sorgh depicting a lute player in a domestic interior. Miró bought a postcard reproduction of the work at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam a few months prior to beginning his painting. 'I had the postcard pinned up on my e...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Yves Tanguy - The Ribbon of ExcessThe Ribbon of ExcessYves Tanguy

This is an important work in Tanguy's oeuvre, marking a shift from the spacious 'underwater landscapes' of the late 1920s to a world packed with intricately-drawn, bean-like forms. These shapes sit like a sculpted frieze at the bottom of the painting. Tanguy's works of the 1930s, in which weird obje...

 
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Joan Miro - Harlequin-s CarnivalHarlequin's CarnivalJoan Miro

The Harlequin’s Carnival (Carnaval d'Arlequin in Catalan) is one of Joan Miró’s most iconic works. This painting was created about the time Miró had just joined the Surrealist movement in Paris, founded in 1924 by poet André Breton. Surrealist artists created a visual realm where the unconscious min...

Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, United States)
 
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Rene Magritte - The false mirrorThe false mirrorRene Magritte

The False Mirror is an allegorical Surrealist painting, also referred to as 'magical realism. The painting is typical of Magritte's work as he tends to defy the viewer's normal insight. The painting is of an eye, without a face or a body, just an eye spread across the canvas, the viewer feels confro...

The Museum of Modern Art (New York, United States)
 
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Joan Miro - Blue IIBlue IIJoan Miro

Joan Miro was fascinated by open spaces. While at the height of his career and under the influence of Cubism, he had the liberty to explore and portray whatever he wished. Blue II is part of a triptych and its companions are in the same shade of blue with small differences. The shade of blue is stri...