Joan Miro (1893-1983) was weird, but his artwork sold. This is an original lithograph meaning there is not a copy of an existing painting. It is sometimes referred to as “bird on a wire” because of the image. The artist used his fingers and his fingerprints can be seen in the art work. It is a large painting, 12.5 x 19, framed and covered in plexiglass. This is a first state of the lithographic stone printed in 1972. It is creased down the middle showing it came from Miro’s lithographic IV portfolio. The colors are more vibrant in person.