Joan Miró as a painter of subconscious mind

Joan Miró was a Spanish painter who is mostly famous because of his surrealistic colorful paintings consisting of different objects and people pictured in unrealistic manner.

A Dew Drop Falling from a Bird's Wing Wakes Rosalie, who Has Been Asleep in the Shadow of a Spider's Web Catalan Landscape Circus Ciurana, the Path Composition. 1933 Constellation The Morning Star Landscape (The Hare) Man and Woman in Front of a Pile of Excrement Miro_5 Miro_8 Miro_10 Miro_12 Miro_15 Miro_17 North-South Person Throwing a Stone at a Bird Portrait of V. Nubiola Prades, the Village Still Life with Old Shoe SwallowLove 1934 The Bull Fight The Carbide Lamp The Ear of Corn The Farm The Nightingale's Song at Midnight and the Morning Rain The Tilled Field This is the Color of My Dreams Women and Birds at Sunrise

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