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Georges Braque by Jean Leymarie

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Regular price R 375.00

Georges Braque, a pioneering French artist, played a pivotal role in the development of Cubism alongside Pablo Picasso. Born in 1882, Braque's early work reflected Impressionist and Fauvist influences, but it was his collaboration with Picasso that led to the creation of Cubism, a revolutionary art movement that shattered traditional perspectives. Braque's innovative approach involved breaking down objects into geometric shapes and presenting multiple viewpoints simultaneously, challenging the conventional notions of representation. Notable for his still lifes, Braque's intricate compositions and muted color palette marked a departure from the vibrant Fauvist colors. Throughout his career, he continued to evolve, incorporating collage techniques and exploring diverse styles. Braque's impact on modern art is profound, and his legacy endures as a trailblazer in the quest for new visual languages.

  • Book condition: Good ( small bend in top of DJ spine)
  • Hardcover: 280 Pages
  • Dimensions: 28.5 cm x 23 cm x 3 cm
  • Weight: 1588 g

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