Joan Miro - Aidez l'Espagne licensed mini print
Miró was not a deeply political artist but he made a number of politically engaged works in response to the Spanish Civil War. In 1937 he was asked to design a one franc stamp to be sold for the benefit of the Republican Government in Spain. His design featured a Catalan peasant who raises a clenched fist in a Loyalist salute.
He is predominantly yellow and red, in reference to the Spanish and Catalan flags. andt he translation reads - 'In the present struggle I see, on the Fascist side, spent forces; on the opposite side, the people, whose boundless creative will gives Spain an impetus which will astonish the world.'
This is a licensed print of this iconic image and would make a perfect gift when framed.
Condition: Good - Very good
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