MET Showcases Spanish Artist’s Dutch Depictions

NEW YORK (CBS 2) – Everyday classic Dutch life becomes abstract on a Spanish painter’s canvas.

For Joan Miro, his work took inspiration from the Dutch masters after a visit in 1928 to the Rikksmuseum in Amsterdam.

After his visit, Miro decided to transform the works of Jan Stain and Hendrick Sorgh in a surrealist leap.

CBS 2’s Dana Tyler has more at the MET in an exhibition called “Miro: The Dutch Interiors.”

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  1. Zab Judah says:

    hieronymus bosch? looks nothing like his work

  2. sawney bean says:

    Looks like Bosch.

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