There is discoloration across the surface of the work and on the mat. There are a few tiny stains along the margins and tape marks on the verso. Signed on the lower right, numbered on the lower left. It has an inscription of "vers la gauche" on the lower center of the verso.
Publisher: Maeght, Paris
“Towards the Left” (1968) is one of Joan Miro’s later lithograph prints. This work is one of 150 editions printed at ARTE, a printing company established in Paris by Adrien Maeght, the son of Aimé Maeght, Miró's gallerist since 1947. In 1966, when Miró came to Japan for a solo exhibition, he was deeply impressed by Japanese calligraphy and ink painting, with the black lines of the stretching arrows at the bottom of the painting demonstrating the influence of his visit to Japan.