The Seers II

The Seers II
Miro Joan The Seers II 1970 M.662 25 7/8" x 20" Lithograph in color on Japon nacre. Signed in pencil lower right. From the Roman numeral edition of 15 examples (75 Arabic numbered examples on Rives vellum European artist proofs annotated EA" on Rives vellum 15 examples numbered in Roman on Rives vellum European artist proofs annotated "EA" on Japon nacre and 5 hors commerce proofs on Japon nacre also exist). Mourlot cites an additional 15 numbered examples on Japon nacre and 10 hors commerce proofs on Rives vellum annotated "HC." From the collection of Louis Broder the publisher. The art publisher Louis Broder was active in the 20th century as a collaborator and publisher of many important graphic works. He commissioned artists such as Picasso Braque Jean Arp Jacques Villon Andre Masson and many others to create interpretations of literary works poems or conceptual ideas through a variety of media. His collaborations with Miro through the world famous Mourlot lithographic atelier in Paris created four historically significant and highly desirable suites of color lithographs in 1970 and 1971. Only a few examples of these works were offered initially through a gallery in Paris in the early 1970's and then only sporadically over the ensuing years. The remaining unsold examples were held by the estate after the death of Lous Broder for 35 years until Park West Gallery acquired the entire remaining collection."
The Seers II
Miró, Joan
25 7/8" x 20 "
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