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1953 Georges Braque Original Screenprint. Titled 'Still Life with Lemons'. Printed in the USA by Robert Sinclair on thick matte paper. Original Georges Braque screenprints from this era can go for $10,000-$30,000 each.


Size: 28”W x 23”H.


Condition: Good condition with faint fine creases all across screenprint from natural age.


About the Artist - Georges Braque

Georges Braque (1882–1963) was a pioneering French painter and sculptor, renowned as a co-founder of Cubism alongside Picasso. His early Fauvist works gave way to the revolutionary exploration of form and perspective. Braque's collaboration with Picasso birthed Analytical Cubism, where they deconstructed objects into geometric facets. This led to his development of "papiers collés," incorporating real-world materials into his compositions. He later ventured into more vibrant and synthetic phases of Cubism, incorporating vivid colors. Braque's influence extended beyond painting, as he delved into sculpture and printmaking. His remarkable career is marked by innovation, reinvention, and a profound impact on the trajectory of modern art, leaving an enduring legacy that continues to shape artistic discourse.

1953 Georges Braque Original Screenprint

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