Georges Braque Le char bleu Verve 1955 Lithograph printed by Mourlot Paris
Artist Name: Georges Braque
Title: Georges Braque's Le Char Bleu: A Timeless Lithograph from Verve 1955.
Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Georges Braque with his iconic lithograph, "Le Char Bleu." Created in 1955 and printed by the renowned Mourlot in Paris, this lithograph holds a significant place in Braque's artistic legacy.
Georges Braque, a prominent French painter born in 1882, initially aspired to follow the family trade as a house painter. However, his true passion for art led him to study painting at the École des Beaux-Arts in the evenings, laying the foundation for his illustrious career.
"Le Char Bleu" is featured on page 9 of Verve 31-32, a renowned book that showcases Braque's art alongside texts by prominent figures such as Will Grohmann, Rebecca West, and Antoine Tudal. The book, spanning 160 pages, presents a curated collection of Braque's works, including 120 plates in Heliogravüre and 20 in color. Among these plates, you will discover 11 lithographs, including "Le Char Bleu," and 9 mixed technique pieces combining lithography and Heliogravüre. Discover the profound beauty and artistic brilliance of Georges Braque's "Le Char Bleu" lithograph from Verve 1955. Allow yourself to be transported to a world where shape and color intertwine, inviting you to contemplate the complexities of artistic expression. This lithograph stands as a testament to Braque's lasting influence on the art world and his ability to capture the essence of his subjects with unparalleled skill and vision.
Medium Type: Mourlot Freres
Size-Width | Size-Height: 14" x 10¼"
Signed | Edition Size: Unsigned