Georges Braque Oiseaux Verve 1955 Lithograph printed by Mourlot Paris
Artist Name: Georges Braque
Title: Georges Braque's Oiseaux Verve: A Timeless Lithograph by the Master Artist. Step into the mesmerizing world of Georges Braque, a visionary French painter born on May 13, 1882, whose artistic legacy continues to captivate art enthusiasts worldwide. Celebrate the timeless beauty of Braque's art through his exquisite lithograph titled "Oiseaux Verve," meticulously printed by Mourlot Paris in 1955.
Braque's artistic journey began in his childhood in Le Havre, where he initially aspired to follow the family tradition of house painting. However, his passion for art led him to pursue formal training at the École des Beaux-Arts in the evenings from 1897 to 1899. This early education laid the foundation for Braque's future artistic endeavors.
The lithograph "Oiseaux Verve" is a remarkable testament to Braque's mastery of form, composition, and color. As a prominent figure in the Cubist movement, Braque pushed the boundaries of artistic expression, challenging traditional notions of representation. His exploration of fragmented forms, geometric shapes, and the interplay of light and space is evident in this exquisite lithograph.
Medium Type: Lithograph and heliogravür on Arches Paper
Size-Width | Size-Height: 14" x 10"
Signed | Edition Size: Unsigned