Te d'homme III (Miro)
Allow the creativity of Joan Miró’s vision to enter your world, and take pleasure in owning a part of his beautiful perspective. Born in Barcelona in 1893, Joan Miró was a perfect balance of an emotional and intellectual artist. Inspired by a life spent between France, the USA and his beloved native land of Spain and as an explorer of the physical and metaphysical world, Miró was also greatly influenced by the techniques and styles of modern Japanese masters. Undoubtedly one of the most influential artists of the 20th century who both mastered and propelled Surrealism to greater heights, Joan Miró achieved this by allowing us to travel through his deep subconscious mind, enriching our own lives in return.
The 1930s were an important period for Joan Miró , and 1931 was the beginning of an experimental period in the continuous journey the artist undertook to explore his inner motifs and subconscious layers. The series of works titled Tete d’homme were an expression of these changing times, as Joan Miró laid bare his inner psychosis and imagination with black lines representing the physical border of his inner sanctum, protecting the spectrum of colours within his mind, untainted and untouched by limitations.
Licensed by the Miró Foundation, Jules Pansu cushions are tapestry woven cushions created in France. Each cushion has a woven tapestry front, complemented by a neutral fabric back.