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Georges Braque, Galerie Maeght V, Paris

Barleycorn Antiques

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Georges Braque, Galerie Maeght V, Paris

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Dimensions:

17.75" x 13.75" x 0.75"

Frame details:

wood/4-ply paper mat/glass/metal hanger

Materials:

lithograph on paper

Frame finish:

matte black

Artist:

Georges Braque (1882-1963)

Why We Love This

Created by Braque for an exhibition at the Galerie Maeght in Paris, this work was reproduced in 1959 as a beautiful six-color lithograph by the celebrated Atelier Mourlot in Paris. The work has been handsomely framed and matted.
Intrigued by the idea of “multiple perspectives,” Braque is regarded as one of the founders of Cubism. His work is found in all of the world's great museums, and he remains a true giant of 20th-century art.

Why We Love This

Created by Braque for an exhibition at the Galerie Maeght in Paris, this work was reproduced in 1959 as a beautiful six-color lithograph by the celebrated Atelier Mourlot in Paris. The work has been handsomely framed and matted.
Intrigued by the idea of “multiple perspectives,” Braque is regarded as one of the founders of Cubism. His work is found in all of the world's great museums, and he remains a true giant of 20th-century art.

About Barleycorn Antiques

This extraordinary group of lithographic posters comes from the collection of Barleycorn Antique Prints. Owned by British-born Philippa Katz, Barleycorn sources antique prints and rare books from across England, France, and Germany. The company is based in Vermont.