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Georges Braque


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Name
Georges Braque
Birth Year
1882
Death Year
1963
Country
France
Movement
Cubism

Georges Braque Biography

Georges Braque (1882-1963) was a notable French artist, considered, together with Pablo Picasso, to be the founding father of Cubism, one of the definitive art movements of the 20th Century. He is probably one of the best known French painters today. Georges Braque was born on May 13, 1882, in the village of Argenteuil-sur-Seine, the village made famous by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edouard Manet and, most of all, Claude Monet. His family soon moved away, in search of work, and finally settled in the northern port town of Le Havre, where Georges' father started a painting and decorating business.


Georges Braque 161 Most Important Paintings and Artworks

Georges Braque Bibliography

Georges Braque by Georges Braque, Jean Leymarie. Prestel Publishing, 1988.

Georges Braque. A Life. by Alex Danchev. Arcade Publishing, New York. 2005.

Braque: The Late Works by John Golding, Sophie Bowness, Isabelle Monod-Fontaine. Yale University Press, 1997.

Georges Braque. Text by Raymond Cogniat. The Library of Great Painters. Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, NY. 1980

Braque. by Francis Ponge, Pierre Descargues, Andre Malraux. Harry N. Abrams, inc./Publishers/New York

Picasso and Braque. Pioneering Cubism. The Museum of Modern Art, NY. 1989.

The Essential Cubism 1907-1920. by Douglas Cooper and Gary Tinterow. George Braziller, Inc. New York in association with Tate Gallery, London. 1983.

Georges Braque. by Karen Wilkin. Abbeville Press. NY. 1991 (last scans from here)

Braque by Serge Fauchereau. Rizzoli International Publications, Inc.. New York 1987 (last scans from here)

Cubism. by Philip Cooper. Phaidon Press ltd. 1995.

Cubists by Jeremy Wallis. Heinemann Library, Chicago, Illinois, 2003