In “Femmes VI (Women VI),” Miró’s thick, black strokes and vivid colors generate energy. Oil on canvas, 1969.
In “Femmes VI (Women VI),” Miró’s thick, black strokes and vivid colors generate energy. Oil on canvas, 1969. PHOTOS COURTESY OF SUCCESSIÓ MIRÓ / ARS, NEW YORK / ADAGP, PARIS
In “Femmes VI (Women VI),” Miró’s thick, black strokes and vivid colors generate energy. Oil on canvas, 1969. PHOTOS COURTESY OF SUCCESSIÓ MIRÓ / ARS, NEW YORK / ADAGP, PARIS

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