Joan Miró ranks to the most famous personalities of the inter-war painting avant-garde. Born in Spain, he lived and worked in Paris. Although his oeuvre was influenced by Fauvism and Cubism, Miró himself eventually arrived at a specific form of Geometric Abstraction which he also used to transform from a flat painting to the form of three-dimensional objects. After the First World War, he joined the Surrealist movement. Significant part of his oeuvre is extensive graphic work.
* 1893, Barcelona, Spain