• Untitled, Plate 3 (from Ubu aux Baléares), 1971
  • Untitled, Plate 3 (from Ubu aux Baléares), 1971

    Untitled, Plate 3 (from Ubu aux Baléares), 1971

    Joan Miro

    Price on request

    Signed and numbered to lower edge.

    Printed by Mourlot, Paris and published by Tériade, Paris

    Lithograph in colors on Arches

    20 x 26 inches

    HC of 6

    Joan Miró was a Spanish artist who is considered one of the most important figures of Surrealism. His work is characterized by its use of bold colors, playful shapes, and dreamlike imagery. Untitled, Plate 3 (from Ubu aux Baléares) is a prime example of Miró's Surrealist style.

    The work is a large-scale lithograph that depicts a variety of colorful and abstract shapes. There are stars, planets, moons, and geometric forms all jumbled together in a seemingly random arrangement. The shapes are rendered in bright colors, such as yellow, blue, red, and green. The overall effect is one of vibrancy and energy.

    The title of the work, Untitled, Plate 3 (from Ubu aux Baléares), refers to the play Ubu Roi by Alfred Jarry. The play is a satirical farce that tells the story of a tyrannical king named Ubu. Miró was inspired by the play's absurdist humor and its use of dreamlike imagery.

    Untitled, Plate 3 (from Ubu aux Baléares) is a complex and enigmatic work of art. The meaning of the work is open to interpretation, but it is clear that Miró was interested in exploring the subconscious mind and the power of dreams. The work is a delight for the senses and a challenge to the intellect.

    Unframed 

    "I create from nothing. I always work directly with the subconscious."

    Joan Miro

    Miró's early works reflected the influence of Fauvism and Cubism, but he soon developed his own unique style. Playful biomorphic shapes, bold colors, and childlike wonder became his signature. He drew inspiration from Catalan folk art and his vivid dreamscapes.