L'Oiseau des forêts - Galerie Nicolas Rauch by Georges Braque, 1958
Artist: Georges Braque
Medium: Lithographic Poster, 1958
Dimensions: 29 x 20 in /74 x 50.5 cm
Classic Poster Paper - Excellent Condition A
This original lithographic poster in 6 colors was designed by Georges Braque for an exhibition of prints and illustrated books at the Galerie Nicolas Rauch in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1958.
Bird themed images with a limited yet subtle color palette are abundant throughout his later years. During the summer of 1955, Braque visited a bird sanctuary in Camargue, an experience that furthered his interest and led to many works that include birds in their compositions.
Georges Braque was a multimedia artist whose work garnered international attention in 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. This gorgeous and majestic lithographic poster was printed at the Atelier Mourlot, Paris.
Ref. Vallier #127. and Sauret #11. Ed. 750 plus 75 proofs on Arches paper, before lettering, signed and numbered.
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