BRAQUE Georges. Cartel "Sala Gaspar. Enero 1975". View larger

BRAQUE Georges. Cartel "Sala Gaspar. Enero 1975".

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Original historical poster

Artist: Georges Braque

Title: "19 pictures from 1919 to 1962"(for the exhibition of Georges Braque at Sala Gaspar on January 1975)

Year: 1975

Size: 69x49,5 cm.

Printing method: offset

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Height69 cm.
Width49,5 cm.

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GEORGES BRAQUE (Argenteuil-sur-Seine (France) 1882 – París 1963).

French painter, engraver and sculptor, who with Juan Gris and Pablo Picasso was one of the forerunners of Cubism. In close collaboration with Picasso, Braque developed a new technique later known as Cubism. Both artists began to experiment with collage. This productive artistic union was broken when Braque enlisted in the french army at the beginning of I World War. From 1917 he restarted to work by himself, and at the end of the war he developed a more personal style. 

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