Talk:Joan Miró

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  • For me, a form is never something abstract; it is always...a man...a bird...or something else. For me form is never for form's sake.
  • With each passing day I become more surrealist.
    • On his 80th birthday
  • You can look at a picture for a week and never think of it again. You can also look at a picture for a second and think of it all your life.
  • Lay bare the soul... painting and poetry are like exchange of blood...a passionate embrace, without restraint, without defence. The picture is born...of an overflow of emotions and feelings...
    • Conversations with Georges Duthuit the French art critic 1936 -- Is this the title of a book or paper? Please provide publication details?