French Exhibition Poster at Grand Palais for Joan Miro, c.1974
This is an original French abstract / surrealist period poster for a Joan Miro exhibition at The Grand Palais. It is a spectacular example of
artist exhibition posters from his combined abstract and surrealist fantasy period of a Toucan. This is a magnificently large piece created
by Miro. This poster exhibits all of the brilliant, unstable and violent tendencies of Miro’s aesthetic. The whimsical blue, red and yellow
accents fight for the viewer’s attention with the brusque black strokes and grey splashes in the white background, creating an evocative
work that contains all the hallmarks of the late period of Miro.
This original poster was commissioned by the Ministere des Affaires Culturelles et de l’environnement – printed by Frutiger Et Pfaffli, Imp.
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