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Miro

Dupin, Jacques

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ISBN 10: 2080201018 / ISBN 13: 9782080201010
Editorial: Flammarion Paris 2012, 2012
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26.0 x 19.0cms, 480pp colour illusts, very good+ hardback wih decorated boards (no dustwrapper as issued) This book revises, corrects and updates the author's monograph of 1961, includingg Miro's sculptures, ceramics, monumental art, prints, illustrated works and poetry. N° de ref. de la librería 136292

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Título: Miro

Editorial: Flammarion Paris 2012

Año de publicación: 2012

Encuadernación: Hardcover

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Sinopsis:

Jacques Dupin, esteemed French poet and Miró’s friend and collaborator since 1956, is the ultimate authority on the artist. He has organized numerous exhibitions devoted to the artist, and he presides over the association for the protection of his work.

About the Author:

This definitive monograph, written by Miró’s close friend and contemporary, offers personal insight into the life and work of the artist. Rigorously academic, Dupin’s analysis goes much further than a traditional study of the artist’s work: he recounts Miró’s artistic exploration, from sculpture, through graphic work, to costume design. Dupin’s privileged relationship with the Miró family allowed him exclusive access to invaluable information about the artist as well as many documents, such as various projects, sketch pads, and correspondence that were only discovered after Miró’s death. Extensive notes are included at the back of the volume as well as a condensed chronology and a list of Miró’s exhibitions and catalogs.

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