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Braque

Georges . 1882--1963, French painter who developed cubism (1908--14) with Picasso
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Georges) Braque was a very great artist, but still Picasso stands alone.
No obstante, la rigida geometria de sus figuras y el austero colorido de las telas que pintaba, pronto mostraron que Braque era, en el mejor de los casos, un fauvista mas moderado que sus colegas.
A major advantage of this approach is that it allows for a discussion of many artists and developments deemphasized in earlier assessments of cubism, whereby adventurous artists, such as Picasso and Braque, have been privileged over more conservative ones.
The idea of the cube first entered the discussion when Matisse observed that Braque had submitted, to the Salon d'Automne of 1908, "a painting made of small cubes.
So from 1908 through 1912-the years of Analytic Cubism - the influence of African art became less directly apparent Or rather, the conceptual aspect of tribal image-making became quietly pervasive, as Picasso and Braque emphasized the invention of forms over and against the representation of objects.
Over the next 45 years, he reigned as the foremost publisher of such contemporaries as Braque, Chagall, Dufy, Picasso, Rouault and Vuillard.
Picasso and his friend, Georges Braque, invented Cubism.
In 1912 the group was enlarged to include the Brucke artists, Georges Braque, Picasso, Casimir Malevich, and Paul Klee, among others.
Their new book, "PICASSO & The Secret Muse," released for the first time at Hilligoss Galleries, features unknown portraits of Max Jacob, Marie Laurencin, Apollinaire, Braque, Dufy, Picasso, and many other historic masters through the eyes and works of American-born Gaston Longchamp.
It's highly likely we'll never know for sure, but what we do know is a contender for the oldest pointing breed came out of the Cantal Region of France, and while the Braque d'Auvergne might not be a household name to most of us, there is a compelling argument that it should be.
Ce jour-la, une dame, Amel, avait depose une plainte au poste de Bouhsina, gouvernorat de Sousse, contre des agresseurs qui, dit-elle, ont braque son fils.
But stepping back from the paintings--ten paces, say-- one found that the figures and still lifes wrought by Braque remained the same, representational elements mixed among geometric shapes.