Georges Braque  (French, 1882-1963) 

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Georges Braque, Mythological Figure


Georges Braque
Mythological Figure

Gilden's Arts UK
After Georges Braque, Hommage à J.-S. Bach


After Georges Braque
Hommage à J.-S. Bach

Auction: Apr 28, 2014
Phillips New York
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Georges Braque, White Leaf Form - White Flower


Georges Braque
White Leaf Form - White Flower

Leslie Feely Fine Art
Georges Braque, The Studio / L'Atelier


Georges Braque
The Studio / L'Atelier
Gilden's Arts UK
Georges Braque, Theseus / Thésée


Georges Braque
Theseus / Thésée
Gilden's Arts UK
Georges Braque, Les Marguerites II


Georges Braque
Les Marguerites II

Galerie Dreyfus
Georges Braque, Bouquet de fleurs


Georges Braque
Bouquet de fleurs

Galerie Dreyfus
Georges Braque, Ciel Griss II


Georges Braque
Ciel Griss II
Georges Braque, Pot et Poisson


Georges Braque
Pot et Poisson

Galerie Michael Haas
Georges Braque, Cinq poésies en hommage à Georges Braque (Le Poète) (Einband des gleichnamigen Buches)


Georges Braque
Cinq poésies en hommage à Georges Braque (Le Poète) (Einband des gleichnamigen Buches)

Galerie Michael Haas
Georges Braque, L'aquarium au verre


Georges Braque
L'aquarium au verre

The Court Gallery
Georges Braque, Hommage a J.S. Bach


Georges Braque
Hommage a J.S. Bach

Leslie Sacks Fine Art
Georges Braque, Page 47 from Si je mourais la-bas (If I Die Over There)


Georges Braque
Page 47 from Si je mourais la-bas (If I Die Over There)

Masterworks Fine Art Gallery
Georges Braque, L'oiseau et son ombre II, Der Vogel und sein Schatten II


Georges Braque
L'oiseau et son ombre II, Der Vogel und sein Schatten II

Galerie Boisserée, J. & W. Boisserée GmbH
Georges Braque, Oiseau verni (Oiseau VII), Überfirnisster Vogel, Vogel VII


Georges Braque
Oiseau verni (Oiseau VII), Überfirnisster Vogel, Vogel VII

Galerie Boisserée, J. & W. Boisserée GmbH
Georges Braque, Le Canard


Georges Braque
Le Canard
Georges Braque, L'Aquarium (The Aquarium)


Georges Braque
L'Aquarium (The Aquarium)

Masterworks Fine Art Gallery
Georges Braque, Nu Allongé


Georges Braque
Nu Allongé
Goldmark Gallery
Georges Braque, Femme Assise


Georges Braque
Femme Assise
created 1934-1953

F.L. Braswell Fine Art
Georges Braque, Les Fleurs Violets (Purple Flowers)


Georges Braque
Les Fleurs Violets (Purple Flowers)
circa 1960

Masterworks Fine Art Gallery
Georges Braque, Les Amaryllis


Georges Braque
Les Amaryllis

Denis Bloch Fine Art
Georges Braque, Composition


Georges Braque
circa 1958

Waterhouse & Dodd
Georges Braque, Pal (Bouteille de bass et Verre sur une table)


Georges Braque
Pal (Bouteille de bass et Verre sur une table)

Leslie Sacks Fine Art
After Georges Braque, Nu aux Feuilles


After Georges Braque
Nu aux Feuilles
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1882   Born: Argenteuil-sur-Seine, France (May 13)
1897 - 1899   Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Le Havre
1901   Studied under a master decorator and received his craftsmen certificate
1901   Military service near Le Havre (length reduced to one year for artisans)
1902   Moves to rue Lepic and enrolls in the Académie Humbert, where he meets Francis Picabia and Marie Laurencin
1903   Goes back to the Académie Humbert. He studies the impressionists at the Musée du Luxembourg and in the Durand-Ruel and Vollard galleries
1904   Moves to rue d’Orsel in Montmartre and begins to work exclusively with nature. His first works are influenced by impressionism
1907   March: at the Salon des Indépendants, Braque sells six landscapes created in L’Estaque. This success confirmed his desire to become a painter. In March or April, Braque meets Picasso through the poet Guillaume Apollinaire
1915   11 May: Braque is severely wounded in the head in Carency, and undergoes surgery
1923   Creates the stage set for the ballet Les Fâcheux, by Boris Kochno
1925   Moves to his new house in rue Douanier, built for him by the architect Auguste Perret. He creates the stage set for Diaghilev’s ballet, Zephyr et Flore
1929   Sets up an atelier in his house in Varengeville-sur-Mer
1937   1st Prize, Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, PA.
1947   Aimé Maeght becomes his art dealer and holds an exhibition of Braque’s works from 30 May through 30 June
1963   Died: Paris, France (August 31)
2013   Georges Braque - The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
L’art en guerre. Francia, 1938–1947: De Picasso a Dubuffet - Museo Guggenheim de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo, Bilbao
Over, Under, Next: Experiments in Mixed Media, 1913–present - Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
A Taste for Modernism - Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME
Correspondences - ms2 – Muzeum Sztuki Lodz, Lodz
Société Anonyme: Modernism for America - Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
1913: The Year of Modernism - Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ
1913 Armory Show Revisited - International Print Center New York, New York City, NY
Georges Braque - Graphikmuseum Pablo Picasso Münster, Münster
Face And Figure In European Art, 1928-1945 - Kemper Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO
Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928–1945 - Kemper Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO
2012   L'Art en Guerre, France 1938-1947 - De Picasso a Dubuffet - Musée d´Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris - MAM/ARC, Paris
Avant-Gardes - The collection of the Triton Foundation - Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam
Im Netzwerk der Moderne. - Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau, Dresden
20th Century Masters - Standard Bank Gallery, Johannesburg
Georges Braque Antoni Tàpies - J&P Fine Art, Zurich
From Picasso to Koons. Artist’s Jewellery - Benaki Museum, Athens
2011   Pioneer Of Modernism - Acquavella Galleries, Inc., New York City, NY
La Theogonie de Georges Braque - LaM - Lille Métropole musée d'art moderne, d'art contemporain et d'art brut, Villeneuve d'Ascq
2010   GEORGES BRAQUE - ET SES AMIS - Galerie Siegel-Springmann, Freiburg
Georges Braque - Die Druckgraphik - Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Ahlen
Georges Braque - Arbeiten aus dem graphischen Œuvre und auf Papier - Galerie Boisserée, Cologne
Georges Braque - Die Druckgraphik - Kunsthaus Stade, Stade
2009   Bank-Austria-Kunstforum, Wien, Austria
1991   Das graphisches Werk, Sammlung C. S., Westfälisches Landesmuseum Münster, Germany
1990   Das druckgraphische Werk, Kulturhaus der Stadt Graz, Austria, Kulturamt der Stadt Klagenfurt, Austria, Landessammlungen Rupertinum, Salzburg, Austria
1988   Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung, München, Germany, Solomon-R.-Guggenheim-Museum, New York, USA
1960   Retrospective organized by the Kunsthalle of Basel from 9 April through 29 May
1960   Exhibition of his graphical work at the National Library in Paris.
1957   Exhibition of The Sculpture of Georges Braque at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
1956   Exhibitions in Edinburgh and at the Tate Gallery in London.
1952   September to October: exhibition in Tokyo.
1949   Retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Art Museum in Cleveland.
1945   Exhibitions at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and the Beaux-Arts building in Brussels
1943   Exhibits 26 paintings and 9 sculptures at the Salon d’automne
1940   Retrospective exhibition in Chicago, Washington and San Francisco
1937   April 3 to 30: exhibition at Paul Rosenberg’s art gallery, including the Duos series
1936   November to December: exhibition at the Fine Arts building in Brussels
1933   9 April to 14 May: first retrospective of Braque’s works at the Kunsthalle in Basel
1924   May 2 to 21: first exhibition at the Paul Rosenberg’s Art Gallery
1908   First exclusive exhibition at Kahnweiler gallery which included a catalogue prefaced by Apollinaire
1907   Cézanne Exhibition at Bernheim-Jeune’s Art Gallery
1906   March: Exhibits seven paintings at the Salon des Indépendants which were later destroyed