Joan Miró, lithographs
In 1967, printer Robert Dutrou introduced Joan Miró to a new printmaking technique: Silicon carbide engraving. More commonly known as carborundum, this technique became the artist’s final technical development in his graphic work.
Lithograph published in 1976 for Adrien Maeght. Mounted in cream and framed in natural oak. L’illettré aux carreaux rouges