ONE OF ONLY 60 SIGNED IMPRESSIONS OF JOAN MIRÓ'S BEST-KNOWN IMAGE IN ANY MEDIUM (oddly, while it isn't a poster, it adorns the cover of Picazo's catalogue raisonné of Miró's posters.)
It was issued in an unsigned edition in the revue "Cahiers d'Art" in 1937. The signed edition comprises only 60 impressions, all on fine wove paper and all justified "H.C." (hors commerce), with larger margins than those of the unsigned edition.
FINE AND BRIGHT, in absolutely perfect condition, with the conjugate blank leaf, as issued.
From the private collection of Sylvan Cole (1918-2005), dean of American print dealers and founder of the IFPDA.