Joan Miró is renowned as one of the early pioneers of Surrealism, with a painting style that has nevertheless remained forever fluid and undefined. He was a modern master who broke boundaries of conventional painting styles while asking the crucial question, ‘why must art be categorised?’
This original lithograph was designed in 1974 for Unesco. Entitled ‘Human Rights’, the design cleverly illustrates the organisation’s priorities through beautiful, abstracted forms.
Published and re-released from the archives of Galerie Maeght, this high quality collectable lithograph would make a unique and striking centrepiece for your wall space.