From 1919 and onward, Miró split his time up between Paris and Barcelona. During so, he started experimenting with abstract ideas and reality.
During the the Spanish Civil War, Miró created some pieces of artwork to express him and his people the turmoil and difficulty during those years. He was residing in Paris during this time.
The Farm, 1921, oil on canvas
Head of a Woman, 1938, demonstrated the "demonic expressiveness" during the Spanish Civil War