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Artist : Georges Braque (French 1882-1963)

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Georges Braque, Flowers Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Flowers
Georges Braque, Viaduct at LEtraque Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Viaduct at LEtraque
Georges Braque, Pedestal Table Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Pedestal Table
Georges Braque, Still Life with Violin Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Still Life with Violin
Georges Braque, Fruit on a Tablecloth Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Fruit on a Tablecloth
Georges Braque, Still Life with Clarinet Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Still Life with Clarinet
Georges Braque, The Pink Tablecloth Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Pink Tablecloth
Georges Braque, The Studio Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Studio
Georges Braque, The Round Table Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Round Table
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Georges Braque Biography | Art Reproductions | Galerie Dada
Braque, Georges
1882-1963

Braque, Georges Biography

French painter, one of the important revolutionaries of 20th-century art who, together with Pablo Picasso, developed Cubism.

Braque was born May 13, 1882, in Argenteuil-sur-Seine, near Paris; he grew up there and in the port city of Le Havre. In 1902 he settled in Paris to pursue the study of fine art; Braque was deeply impressed by the bold style of artworks exhibited in 1905 by the fauves. The fauves included Henri Matisse and Andre Derain, who painted with brilliant colors and a loose structure of forms to capture the most intense emotional response. Braque adopted fauvism from 1906 to 1907.

By 1908, however, Braque had shifted his attention to the oil paintings of Paul Cezanne, who was reputed to have restored order and discipline to the extremes of artistic expression. Braque's interest in Cezanne's strangely distorted forms and unconventional perspective led him to paint in the manner that came to be called cubist.

Picasso, with whom Braque began to work closely in 1909, had been developing a similar approach to oil painting. Both artists produced oil paintings of neutralized color and complex patterns of faceted form, now called analytical cubism, in about 1910 to 1912, as demonstrated in Braque's Violin and Pitcher (1910, Kunstmuseum, Basel).

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