Known for his childish paintings, Joan Miró is a painter, an extraordinary sculptor and a successful ceramic artist, as well as the first example of a unique design, with lines resembling a biological scribble and a randomly painted poetic painting. An interesting automatic drawing was made under the influence of seven Miró and Surrealist artists to produce a simple and random picture. It shows that Joan Miró has been negotiated as the first representative of automatism in the field of art. Experimental and instinctive work of the original seven original paintings are very important. Here, the psychology of the subject matter in a place of art production, stop, automatism-oriented, where there is printing pictures and descriptive analyzes were made. In these analyzes; it is seen that he transferred his dirty inner world to print painting via automatism. The images in her works are reflections of her inner world. They graphically describe the lack of everyday life, its inner anxiety, phobias, obsessions, subdued anger, and the will to escape. These paintings, which are engraved with the play plan, splash paint design and flying colors, are that Joan Miró assimilates the automatism technique.
Keywords: Joan Miró, coincidentally, Automatism, printmaking