This reasoned catalog includes paintings by Miró seventy-three years of artistic production, from 1908, date of the first identified painting, and until 1981. It is divided into six volumes, each representing different stages of their work.
Volume III includes 347 entries. After the "Constellations", Miró worked almost exclusively on paper until 1944. With the emergence of large canvases, in 1945, he begins Miró's mature style. The period listed in this volume ends in 1953-1954, with works of great extent, to the direct and spontaneous time.
Each reproduction is accompanied by a fact sheet that includes: title, date, technique, medium, dimensions, location of the firm, handwritten notes on the back, collection, provenance, exhibition history and bibliography.