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Joan Miro. People and Dog in the Sun. Joan Miro. 1893-1983 Spanish Catalan painter, sculptor, and ceramist His work has been called “a sandbox for the subconscious mind” Known for creating many Public Works.

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joan miro

Joan Miro

People and Dog in the Sun

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Joan Miro
  • 1893-1983
  • Spanish Catalan painter, sculptor, and ceramist
  • His work has been called “a sandbox for the subconscious mind”
  • Known for creating many Public Works
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Joan Miro was born in Spain. He began drawing at an early age and studied art throughout school. Much of his work is said to have childlike qualities. He had a very long career and was influenced by many artistic styles.

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Joan Miro became famous for completing art installations in public places.

One of his works, a tapestry, hung in the World Trade Center in New York City. It was the most expensive piece of art destroyed when the Twin Towers fell on September 11, 2001.

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What shapes do you see? How many dots are in the painting?

  • This painting is called People and Dog in the Sun. Can you find the people? The Dog? The Sun?
  • This painting is sometimes referred to as “Upside-Down Figures”. Can you see why?
  • Is this painting something you would see in real life? Why or why not?
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