Joan Miro's studio the sert workshop

The sert workshop from the spanish painter joan Miro. The painter Joan Miro moved in 1956 for good to Majorca, where he worked intensively on creating art in different languages and formats: paintings,sculptures,prints,ceramics,murals,glasswork,textiles and much more.

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