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1. The artist’s point of view : Joan Miró. Woman, Bird and Star – Joan Miró, 1942. Look at this painting. Can you see a woman? Or a bird? Can you see the star?. Lines , shapes and colours are the basic elements of pictures. 2. Lines.

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1.The artist’s point of view: Joan Miró

Woman, Bird and Star– Joan Miró, 1942

  • Look at this painting.
  • Can you see a woman?
  • Or a bird?
  • Can you see the star?

Lines, shapes and colours are the basic elements of pictures.

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2. Lines

There are lots of different types of lines used in art.

For example:

Straight

Curved

Thick

  • Look at this photo.
  • What types of lines can you see?

Jagged

Dashed

Thin

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3. Colour

Artists use colours to express ideas and feelings.

  • Find out more about colour:
  • Video
  • The colour wheel
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4. Shapes

  • Look at these pictures.
  • What shapes can you see?

Shapes can be regular.

Circle

Square

Triangle

Shapes can be irregular.

Cloud

Blob

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5. Joan Miró

Joan Miró

(Barcelona, 1893 – Palma de Mallorca, 1983)

Miró was one of the most important painters of the 20th century.

He used lots of curved lines, irregular shapes and different colours.

Harlequin’s Carnival (1924–1925)

  • Findout more about Joan Miró.
  • The Joan Miró Foundation
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6. Art task: lines, shapes and colours

Miró was a ‘surrealist’. He created works of art about dreams, emotions and feelings.

  • Paint or draw any object using:
  • different types of lines
  • regular and irregular shapes
  • different colours.
  • Look at this example for inspiration:

Dutch Interior I (1928)