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"Again Montroig reached out to me with all its light, all its life, and I wanted to capture that whole period that I could see so clearly from Montroig and I painted The Farm. Nine months of constant hard work! Nine months of painting every day and wiping it out and making studies and destroying them all. The Farm was a résumé of my entire life in the country. I wanted to put everything that I loved about the country into that canvas—from a huge tree to a tiny little snail. I don’t think it makes sense to give more importance to a mountain than an ant (but landscape artists just can’t see that), and that’s why I didn’t hesitate to spend hours and hours making the ant come alive." Joan Miró, 1928 from NGA for kids
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We used the wiring for our artful galimotos