In 1920, Joan toured Paris and met Picasso who was one of his much-loved painters. It was during this moment that Miro’s work became faultless. Miro held another solo trade fair in 1921 this time at the La Licorne Gallery. Ernest Hemmingway purchased his fauvist piece known as The Farm. He painted one of his eminent works known as Harlequin’s Carnival in 1925. This work was raging and confusing. It was made up of a group of dolls and imaginary items on the canvas. This bore a resemblance to a childish painting but this is what would become Miro’s mature work.