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Topic - Juan Pluma Vilanova
Catalonian artist Joan Miro had a farm. And on this farm he had an easel on which he created large, wonderful paintings of it that are among his most famous works. Now, with Spain in economic crisis, Miro's farm is a neglected relic with an uncertain future.
"There is no point in renovating the house without the [involvement] of the Miro Foundation," Mr. Vilanova said.