- Joan Miró Barcelona, Spain, 1893 - Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 1983
- Technique:Oil on canvas
- Dimensions:65 x 73 cm
- Category: Painting
- Entry date:1998
- Register number:AD00899
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One of these four critical pieces is La casa de la palmera (House with Palm Tree), in which Miró’s treatment of the landscape is so painstakingly realistic and descriptive that it has actually been described as a “register of objects”. This type of work, which the artist would continue to develop up until 1922, has a somewhat oneiric, naïve feel, mainly due to the absence of evidence of plein air painting and to the above-mentioned descriptive detail in the landscape features. The painting of La casa de la palmera constitutes the first major creative milestone for the Catalan painter, who would begin to do works that were more clearly approaching Surrealism from 1923-1924 onward.
Paloma Esteban Leal
Miró, Joan ( 1893-1983)New York : Pierre Matisse Gallery, imp. 1961.
Miró, Joan ( 1893-1983)Barcelona : Gustau Gili, 
Madrid : José Luis Galicia, [2011?]
Joan Miro : Drawings and lithographs in the collection of Juan de Juanes from Los Papeles de Son Armadans / Joan Miro Ferra.Miró, Joan ( 1893-1983)Barcelona : Seix Barral - New York Graphic Society, 1960.
Jouffroy, Alain ( 1928-)Paris : Le Soleil Noir, 1971.
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