Miró, Miró on the Roof

I was planning a post with the title “Miró, Miró on the Wall”  to show some of the fabulous tapestries and wall-hangings we saw at the  Fundació Joan Miró  last year in Barcelona.

But since this is an  OddBall post, I’ve chosen these instead.

After a good look around the spacious museum/gallery we went up on the roof where we found these delights.

I think my favourite is the lady with red legs and a tap on her head.

Because of her headgear and her pose, I like to call her The Tap-Dancer.  Her “official” name is Jeune Fille s’Évadant which translates as Girl Escaping .

(I dont suppose Tap-dancer would be a pun in translation)

 

Tap-Dancer Miro Foundation, barcelona

Tap-Dancer ©HelenBushe

 

Anyone have any ideas for a name for this one ?……….

OddBall on the Roof Miro Barcelona

OddBall on the Roof ©HelenBushe

 

or for these ?………

Yellow Fork Miro Fundación Barcelona

Yellow Fork ©HelenBushe

 

 

Black Stool, Red Stool Miro Foundation Barcelona

Black Stool, Red Stool ©HelenBushe       

If we go back there again on our next trip to Barcelona I must find out all their proper names.

***STOP PRESS*** Thank you Charles at charleswaugh.com for a name for the second picture. Charles suggests Clown with a Heart. I like it!

Charles has some great posts on his blog.  Click here to visit.

 

 

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