Lot Details

This is a lot of two works by Georges Braque:

"A Varengeville," color lithograph from the "Douze Contemporains" portfolio. Published and printed by Editions D'art du Lion in France 1959. From an unnumbered limited edition of 970. Paper size approx. 13 x 18 in. Image size: 10 x 17 in. Includes original paper folder with the artist's name and title printed on cover.

“Frontispiece,” original lithograph from a special edition of “Verve” Vol. VII 27/28, published in 1952 by Editions de la Revue Verve, Paris. Size: 10 1/2 x 14 in. Piece is printed on verso with plate signature. From an unnumbered, limited edition of 6000.

Georges Braque (1882-1963) became one of the founders of Modernism when he joined the artists involved in developing fauvism in 1905. At l'Estaque in 1909 he was profoundly influenced by Cezanne. He met Pablo Picasso, and the two simultaneously explored form and structure with results that led to the development of cubism.

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Publication: “Verve” Vol. VII, No. 27/28 Jacques Lassaigne "Douze Contemporains"
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  • Pickup Location: California, USA
  • Shipping Dimensions: 10 x 17 in. (25.4 x 43.18 cm.)
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