Marine Noire

"Marine Noire" is an original lithograph realized by Georges Braque in 1956. The print is hand signed and numbered. This is an edition of 400 prints.

Georges Braque (1882-1963) was a French Fauve painter who began to rethink his own painting style after admiring Picasso’s Les Demoiselles. Using the painting’s revolutionary elements as a point of departure, together Braque and Picasso invented Cubism around 1908 in the belief the art of painting had to move far beyond the depiction of visual reality. 

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"Marine Noire" is an original lithograph realized by Georges Braque in 1956. The print is hand signed and numbered. This is an edition of 400 prints.

Bibliography: D. Vallier, Braque. L'oeuvre gravé, Flammarion, Paris 1982, n. 1044, p. 296.

Georges Braque (1882-1963) was a French Fauve painter who began to rethink his own painting style after admiring Picasso’s Les Demoiselles. Using the painting’s revolutionary elements as a point of departure, together Braque and Picasso invented Cubism around 1908 in the belief the art of painting had to move far beyond the depiction of visual reality. Most scholars call the first phase of Cubism, developed cooperatively by Picasso and Braque, Analytic Cubism, because essentially it is a painterly study of the structure of form. 

Read more about the artist here.

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Artist Georges Braque
Typology Original Prints
Technique Lithograph
Year 1956
Editor Paris, Maeght
Image Dimensions (cm) 50 x 72
Dimensions (cm) 65 x 90
Country of Manufacture France
Subject Landscape, Seaside

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