Joan Miró 1983 Litho from the cycle ” LA MELODIE ACIDE – IV “

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Joan Miró 1983 Litho from the cycle ” LA MELODIE ACIDE – IV “

Limited edition of Poligrafa Barcelona Anno 1983

References catalogue Miro lithograph 1215

Handmade paper with full deckle edge

“MIRO” blind embossed stamp – Roman numbered – Plate signed

Color lithograph on heavy handmade Spanish guar with the dry stamp / blind embossed stamp of POLIGRAFA Barcelona 1983.

Last edition authorized by Miro. (Miro died on December 25, 1983 in Palma de Mallorca).

Format / motif: approx. 16 cm x 22 cm

Format / sheet: approx. 29 cm x 39 cm

Limited edition: 300 copies, hand numbered (Roman I/CCC to CCC/CCC), plate signed

Item on sale carries the nr. : CVII/CCC (107/300)

MIRO blind embossed stamp of Poligrafa Barcelona in the lower paper margin on the left.

Absolute mint condition

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Joan Miró 1983 Litho from the cycle ” LA MELODIE ACIDE – IV “

Limited edition of Poligrafa Barcelona Anno 1983

References catalogue Miro lithograph 1215

Handmade paper with full deckle edge

“MIRO” blind embossed stamp – Roman numbered – Plate signed

Color lithograph on heavy handmade Spanish guar with the dry stamp / blind embossed stamp of POLIGRAFA Barcelona 1983.

Last edition authorized by Miro. (Miro died on December 25, 1983 in Palma de Mallorca).

Format / motif: approx. 16 cm x 22 cm

Format / sheet: approx. 29 cm x 39 cm

Limited edition: 300 copies, hand numbered (Roman I/CCC to CCC/CCC), plate signed

Item on sale carries the nr. : CVII/CCC (107/300)

MIRO blind embossed stamp of Poligrafa Barcelona in the lower paper margin on the left.

Absolute mint condition

Background information on the Miro cycle “La Melodie Acide”:

“La Melodie Acide” shows up in the catalog raisonné as a series of 14 lithographs (Wvz. 1212-1225). A motif that varies a theme. If you look closely, you can see the dance of the figures, hear singing, music – etched in stone. From Miro we know that he loved the musical instruments of the Balearic Islands, small ceramic pipes in the form of figurines. One almost wants to believe that something of it was enchanted into the melody Acide. It sounds and sings and dances. It is typical that through all the leaves a transforming form gives the leading tone. The loosening of the firmer struts is done by dabs and curls. It is as if the artist had run over the prints again with a pencil at the end, so differentiated original is the printing technique.

Acide also refers to the technique used in lithography, because the acid that etches into the stone ultimately creates the form for the colors, makes them sound. This is the melody, printed by La Poligrafa Barcelona 1980/1983.