Georges Braque ( BRA (H)K, French: [ʒɔʁʒ bʁak]; 13 May 1882 – 31 August 1963) was a major 20th-century French painter, collagist, draughtsman, printmaker and sculptor. His most notable contributions were in his alliance with Fauvism from 1905, and the role he played in the development of Cubism. Braque's work
In the late fall of 1912, Georges Braque invented a form of collage called papier collé, the pasting of papers of various materials onto a paper ground.Picasso immediately adopted Braque’s innovation, as in Segment of Pear, Wineglass, and Ace of Clubs (no. 8), which in fact repeats, in reverse, the cut out black shape that dominates this collage.
Georges Braque French Painter, Collagist, Draftsman, Printmaker, and Sculptor Born: May 13, 1882 - Argenteuil, France Died: August 31, 1963 - Paris, France Fauvism Cubism Analytic Cubism Synthetic Cubism Georges Braque Summary Accomplishments Important Art Biography Influences and Connections Useful Resources Similar Art and Related Pages
- May 13, 1882
- Argenteuil, France
- August 31, 1963
May 21, 2022 · Perhaps Braque is best known for his use of collage, which is used by many modern artists, from artists like Mark Bradford to sculptors like Jessica Stockholder, to comment directly on culture and its commodities. George Braque’s Cubism Style Braque’s 1908 to 1912 works of art mirrored his newfound interest in geometry and concurrent perspective.
- 13 May 1882
- 31 August 1963
- Argenteuil, France
Artist: Georges Braque. In this work pioneering work of collage, Braque combines faux-wood wallpaper with a Cubist depiction of a fruit dish and glass. The intersecting planes of the drawing and the collage elements upend traditional notions of perspectival space but still suggest a table top and a door, perhaps even suggesting a café.
Sep 8, 2021 · Georges Braque, Collage Pioneer Published on 08 September 2021 , by Vanessa Schmitz-Grucker Auction on 17 September 2021 - 14:00 (CEST) - Laupenstrasse, 41 - CH-3008 Berne Braque (1882-1963) broke with the Fauvist circle into which Matisse had drawn him by veering towards c ubism, a visual arts revolution that was soon followed by another: collage.
Feb 6, 2014 · Collage (like Cubism itself) was hugely influential. After word of Picasso and Braque’s new technique spread, just as with the birth of Cubism, a virtual torrent of artists (other Cubists, but also Futurists, Dadaists, and others) started working with collage.