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Georges Braque Georges Braque - Biography

The French painter, graphic artist and sculptor Georges Braque, who was, together with Pablo Picasso, the founding father of Cubism, doubtlessly counts among the most important avant-garde artists of the years before the war.
After Fauvist beginnings, he began to develop the ground-breaking cubist decomposition of forms together with his friend Picasso and his painting "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" (1907). Thus he gave decisive impulses to the development of abstraction. Interrupted by World War I, Braque, who had returned a war casualty to Paris in 1917, continued Cubism. His art became stronger in terms of coloring, more pictorial and closer to reality. After 1945 the oeuvre of Georges Braque headed to its second peak, it was then dominated by subtle still lifes.
Works by Georges Braque, who also participated in the first documenta exhibitions (documenta I, II and, posthumously, documenta III), are in possession of the most renowned international museums.



 
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