September 30, 2009

Miro study journal page 3

Miro could not "see" objectively.  When looking at  still life's or models, he could record them as he "felt" them, emotionally, but not 'objectively', as others saw them.  Miro saw thing like a child, subjectively.  He didn't distinguish between animate and inanimate objects.  All were animated by his vision.  Nor did he distinguish between the appearance and the emotional resonance of his models.

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