December 25, 2016
Mossèn Alcover, Palma de Mallorca, 1973. A tribute to Miro from the poets of Mallorca, the island where he spent his final years. Includes a poem by Robert Graves (who lived much of his life in Mallorca), perhaps the only poem Graves ever wrote in Catalan. Laid in is a large card from Pere Bauçà (one of the editors and the author of the prologue) with a long manuscript presentation note (in Spanish) to an unnamed correspondent--obviously a high official in the Spanish government--expressing appreciation for a visit from the Prince and Princess (who would later become King Juan Carlos I and Queen Sofia). Perhaps unique in this state.
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A Spanish artist of great critical acclaim, Joan Miro was one of the key representatives of Surrealism that refused to identify hi....Read More
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