TIME is running out to see the work of world renowned Spanish artist Joan Miró at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
His 25ft ‘brass monsters’ have been on show in West Bretton since last March, and the exhibition will finish on Sunday.
The Catalan creator, best known for his surrealist paintings, turned his hand to sculptures later in life, creating around 400 before he died in 1983, aged 90.
Around 25 of his large bronze statues are situated in the grounds of Yorkshire Sculpture Park, with another 76 pieces of art located in the park’s indoor gallery.
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