After the war, Miró continued exploring new artistic techniques and during this time he discovered lithography. Over the next thirty years Miró would make more than two thousand prints in all, always expanding his creativity through his love of technique and process.
Miró’s cosmic style stems from his meager existence in the 1920s where he survived on a few dried figs a day. His hunger was a great source of hallucinations. He would sit for long periods looking at bare walls trying to capture the shapes and figures he saw.
We use archival inks on museum quality, medium weight paper for all our posters. Thus ensuring your piece is long-lasting and beautifully finished.
Our frames are made from locally sourced, sustainable Victorian Ash. The timber is milled, hand sanded and painted, right here in Melbourne. We use museum grade plexiglass for a very modern gallery look.