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Monsieur et madame

Monsieur et madame

Joan Miró (in 1969)

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Title Monsieur et madame
Material and technique Painted bronze
Object type
Sculpture > Three-dimensional object > Art object
Location This object is travelling
Dimensions Height 99 cm
Width 31 cm
Depth 31 cm
Artists Kunstenaar: Joan Miró
Accession number BEK 1541 a-b (MK)
Credits Aankoop / Purchase: 1976
Department Modern Art
Acquisition date 1976
Creation date in 1969
Age artist About 76 years old
Entitled parties © Successió Miró, c/o Pictoright Amsterdam 2018
Provenance Galerie Maeght, Paris 1976
Exhibitions Paris 1978; Breda 1983-84; New York 1993-94; Los Angeles 1997; Otterlo 1997-98; Rotterdam 1998b
Research Digitising Contemporary Art
A dream collection - Surrealism in Museum Boijmans Van beuningen
Literature Jouffroy/Teixidor 1973, pp. 88, 200, cat. no. 122; Cirici/Marrast 1977, p. 163, fig. 181; Cologne 1987, p. 93, cat. no. 33; Barcelona 1988, p. 422, cat. no. 1543; Fernández-Miró/Ortega Chapel 2006, pp. 164-65, cat. no. 158
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Geographical origin Spain > Southern Europe > Europe

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Montroig 1893 - Palma de Mallorca 1983

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