"Oiseau de Feu" by Joan Miro
Etching and Aquatint in color with Carborundum on River paper
29.5" x 41.5" (archival matted to 26.5" x 33.5")
40" x 47"
DESCRIPTIONJoan Miro Authentic, Hand Signed and Numbered Etching and Aquatint, Professionally custom framed and listed with the Submit Best Offer option
Accepting Offers Now: Up for sale here we have an Extremely Rare and Original Etching and Aquatint in color with Carborundum on Rives art Paper by Joan Miro titled, "Oiseau de Feu" from his series of modern abstract renderings. Of all the artworks Miro has completed, often his most desired artworks are vivid illustrations created with the use of vibrant flares of intriguing color and lively imagery like the one here. The stunning red and black color contrast creates even more energy in person. Additionally, the piece has been elaborately framed, as shown, in an expensive, custom moulding to enhance the spectacular imagery of this artwork. Furthermore, with only 75 pieces in the edition, that was SOLD OUT almost immediately after it was published by Maeght (Paris) in 1963, it is now nearly impossible to find. Yet, we have listed it for thousands less than the current retail, and with the Submit Best Offer option, so name your own price now. At this incredible value, it will not be around long as this is a beautiful work that will add to the ambiance of any locale. The first person to meet our bottom line will be the lucky new owner, so do not miss this opportunity to own an authentic work by one of the Modern Masters, Joan Miro.
SUBMIT BEST OFFER, All OFFERS CONSIDERED:The artwork listed here is a spectacular etching and aquatint in color with carborundum on River paper, titled, "Oiseau de Feu" by famous Modern artist Joan Miro that highlights his whimsical style incorporating fascinating movement, brilliant color and bold strokes. This piece, Dupin reference #360, is an actual, HAND SIGNED and Numbered (28 of 75) etching, and, comes with a gallery certificate guaranteeing its authenticity. Also it is one of Miro's most important works, hence why it has been included in some of his most renowned retrospectives from Japan to Spain. It was one of his first pieces to achieve the richness of texture and likely had an impact on Jackson Pollock. The artwork, published by Maeght (Levallois-Perret), is of impressive craftsmanship and size, measuring approximately 29.5" x 41.5" (archival matted to 26.5" x 33.5"), and 40" x 47" with the custom frame, which is the perfect compliment. Furthermore, it is even better in person with its brilliant color and exquisite detail, that is suitable for any decor, and brings it to life in a stunning display of modern art. Joan Miro's art has been exhibited in major museums around the world, and can be found in some of the most prestigious public and private collections worldwide. Here is your chance to own an Authentic artwork too,as this piece will be custom packaged to ship domestically or internationally. So, please contact us if you have further questions and SUBMIT YOUR OFFER NOW.