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Miro was also influenced by Fauvism (specifically Matisse) and Cubism, which started in the early years of the 20th century, and at first painted still lifes.
Miro showed his work in Surrealist exhibitions, and was influenced especially by the Surrealist poets, who in their quest to tap the unconscious mind played games like the "exquisite corpse" in order to compose poems.
Miro's images, which came from his memory, the unconscious, dreams, and transformative modernist art processes, are at once childlike, innocent and sophisticated.
Born Joan Miro Ferra on April 20, 1893, in Barcelona, the future artist was the son of a goldsmith and the grandson of a flsmith.
Miro was embraced by the Surrealists as one of their own and his successful exhibition at the Pierre Gallery, Paris in 1925, had the atmosphere of an official Surrealist demonstration.
Miro found that by combining this new technique with other etching methods, especially aquatint (a painterly technique of engraving a resin ground on an etching plate rather than the plate itself), he could invent images to rival any painting, thereby ennobling the art of printmaking.
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