Georges Braque Fleurs D’automne Verve 1955 Lithograph printed by Mourlot Paris


Artist Name: Georges Braque

Title: Georges Braque’s Fleurs D’automne: A Captivating Lithograph from Verve 1955.

Immerse yourself in the mesmerizing world of Georges Braque with his exquisite lithograph, “Fleurs D’automne” (Autumn Flowers). Created in 1955 and masterfully printed by the renowned Mourlot in Paris, this lithograph showcases Braque’s profound artistic talent.

Georges Braque, a celebrated French painter born in 1882, initially aspired to follow in his family’s footsteps as a house painter. However, his passion for art led him to pursue painting studies at the École des Beaux-Arts in the evenings, marking the beginning of his extraordinary artistic journey.

“Fleurs D’automne” is featured in Verve 31-32, a prestigious book that presents an intimate look into Braque’s artistic brilliance. This exceptional publication, curated with insightful texts by esteemed individuals such as Will Grohmann, Rebecca West, and Antoine Tudal, spans 160 pages. Within its captivating contents, you will discover a curated selection of Braque’s artworks, including 120 plates in Heliogravüre and 20 in color. Among these plates, you will find 11 lithographs, including the enchanting portrayal of autumn flowers, as well as 9 mixed technique pieces that showcase Braque’s innovative approach to printmaking. Discover the captivating allure and artistic brilliance of Georges Braque’s “Fleurs D’automne” lithograph from Verve 1955. Allow yourself to be transported into a world where art and nature intertwine, inviting you to appreciate the ephemeral beauty of autumn flowers and delve into Braque’s profound artistic vision. This lithograph serves as a testament to Braque’s enduring legacy and his ability to capture the essence of his subjects with unparalleled skill and creativity.

Year: 1955

Medium Type: Lithograph and heliogravüre

Size-Width | Size-Height: 14″ x 10″

Signed | Edition Size: Unsigned

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Georges Braque was a French painter born on May 13, 1882, in Argenteuil, France. He spent his childhood in Le Havre and planned to follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather by becoming a house painter. From about 1897 to 1899, Braque studied painting at the École des Beaux-Arts in the evenings.

Verve 31-32, book with texts by Will Grohmann, Rebecca West and Antoine Tudal. 160 pages. With 120 plates in Heliogravüre and 20 in color, of which 11 lithographs and 9 in mixed technique.

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Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 20 × 4 × 4 in

Georges Braque Fleurs D'automne Verve 1955 Lithograph printed by Mourlot Paris

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