7 May 2009
Joan Miro (1893-1983)
Tête et oiseau
signed, numbered and inscribed with foundry mark 'Miró 4/6 Parellada' (on the back)
bronze with grey and green patina and wood base
Height: 25½ in. (64.7 cm.)
Conceived in 1981
Galerie Lelong, Paris.
Juiliana Park Gallery, Seoul (by 2006).
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E.F. Miró and P.O. Chapel, Joan Miró, Sculptures, Catalogue raisonné, 1928-1982, Paris, 2006, p. 339, no. 363 (another cast illustrated in color).
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