Print of Joan Miró - Dutch Interior I - 1928
Joan Miró - Dutch interior I
Year: 1928 - oil on canvas cm 73x92
Preserved at: Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, USA.
The Dutch Interiors are a series of three paintings painted by Joan Miró in 1928, each inspired by Dutch Golden Age paintings of Dutch interiors. During a trip to Belgium and Holland, Miró was impressed by the Dutch masters of the 17th century.
Dutch interior I is a reinterpretation of "The Lute Player" by Hendrik Martenszoon Sorgh, Dutch interior II is a reinterpretation of Jan Steen's Children Teach a Cat to Dance ", e Dutch interior III is a reinterpretation of Steen's "Young Woman in Her Toilet".