La Palette au Fond Gris - Galerie Maeght (after) Georges Braque, 1952
Artist: Georges Braque
Medium: Lithographic Poster, 1952
Dimensions: 19 x 24 in, 48 x 62 cm
Classic Poster Paper - Excellent Condition A
This lithographic poster in 7 colors was designed by Georges Braque for an exhibition at the Maeght gallery and printed by the Atelier Mourlot in 1952. The edition was created from an original gouache by the artist and reproduced under his supervision by Mourlot Master Printer, Henri Deschamps, who had worked closely with Braque for the previous decade.
Ref. Sauret #4. Ed. 250 + 50 on Arches. Some numbered and signed by the artist.
Georges Braque was a multimedia artist whose work garnered international attention in the world of art. His early work resembles impressionism but after being inspired by a young group of artists in early 20th century Paris known as the Fauves, he transitioned to a more emotional and colorful style. Some of his early cubist work has also been associated with that of his contemporary, Pablo Picasso.
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