Georges Braque

Maler und Bildhauer, 1882-1963

"Georges Braque wird neben Pablo Picasso zum Mitbegründer des Kubismus gezählt. Nach einer schweren Verletzung im Ersten Weltkrieg begann er erst wieder 1917 zu malen, entfernte sich dann vom Kubismus und entwickelte einen eigenen Stil, bei dem er vornehmlich Stilleben malte. Neben dem malerischen Werk entsteht ab 1912 auch ein grafisches Werk mit Radierungen, Lithografien und Holzschnitten. Ab 1939 widmet sich Braque intensiv der Bildhauerei und der Keramik. Ab 1949 entstehen die ""Atelierbilder""."

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Braque, Georges

20th-century French painter, collagist, draughtsman, printmaker and sculptor (1882-1963). Signed and inscribed head and shoulders photograph. no place. 390 : 295 mm.
6.500 € (72521)

Large vintage glossy 11.5 x 15.5 half-length photo of Braque in a contemplative outdoor pose, signed and inscribed in fountain pen, "Pour Max Gelloquer avec mes amities, G. Braque.” In fine condition, with three circular spots of emulsion irregularity to the right of his head. A tremendous portrait of Braque, who remains rare in signed photographs.

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Braque, Georges

Maler und Graphiker (1882-1963). Eigenhändiger Brief mit Unterschrift. Paris. 4to. 1 p. Blaues Papier.
2.500 € (83478)

An den dt. Kunstsammler und -kritiker Paul Westheim (1886-1963): „Je vous envoie ici la photo du dessin que je vous avais promise. Je pense que cela ira très bien pour la reproduction. Vous pourriez peut-être pour le tirage faire retoucher la marge pour faire disparaître les éclats lumineux qui sont dedans, un ton presque uni serait je crois plus avantageux […]“

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Braque, Georges

painter and sculptor (1882-1963). Exhibition catalogue, inscribed and signed ("GeorgesB"). N. p. 1 p. on 6ff. Printed wrappers. Small 4to.
1.500 € (44934/BN29278)

Apparently a letter draft, written on the next-to-last page (entitled "Notes"): "[...] Today 10th July in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred thirty four I told Tristan [?] that I would spend a weeks holiday with him [...]". - In pencil; somewhat brown-stained, cover rather browned and spotty.

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Braque, Georges

painter and sculptor (1882-1963). Autograph letter signed ("G. Braque"). Paris. 4to. 1 page.
2.500 € (72652/BN46540)

To Mr. Caffola from the Galerie Roma about forged paintings of him: "Je déclare avoir recu du peintre Severini [i. e. Gino Severini] un tableau mesurent: 0.41m x 0.32m représentant un guéridon avec guitare et signé: G Braque Ce tableau ext faux D’autre part j’apprendre qu’en Italie circulent d’autres tableux de moi dans les cas donteux je [...]". - Expected folds; small ruststains and damage to edges.

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Braque, Georges

painter and sculptor (1882-1963). Autograph lettercard signed ("G. Braque"). Apparently Paris. 8vo. 1 page. With autogr. address.
1.800 € (80923/BN52849)

To his "cher Scherwashitzé": "Nous allons de nouveau travailler ensemble. Je n'ai probablement pas le plaisir de vous l'apprendre. Diaghilev a déjà dû vous dire de quoi il s'agissait. Je me suis déjà mis au travail, seulement je voudrais bien avoir une construction de la scène de Monte Carlo comme celle que vous m'avez faite pour 'les Fâcheux'. Cela a facilité beaucoup mon travail [...]" (transl: "We are going to work together again. I probably do not have the pleasure of being the first to tell you this.

I am sure Diaghilev has already told you what this is all about. I have already started work, only I would like to have a construction of the Monte Carlo scene like the one you did for 'Les Fâcheux'. It made my work much easier [...]"). - Braque designed for Diaghilev and his Ballets Russes the sets and costumes for Les Fâcheux (1924) and Zéphyr et Flore (1925)..

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Braque, Georges

painter and sculptor (1882-1963). Autograph letter signed ("G. Braque"). Varangeville. 4to. 1¾ pp. on 2 ff.
1.800 € (80924/BN52850)

To a Madame, in French, about preparations for an exhibition. Braque is "very happy to see our projects in progress. The date of February seems a little close, but above all we must talk about it together before taking decisions". They will see each other in Paris, but that doesn't stop him from making progress on the project: "So as not to waste time, I am already busy choosing the paintings [...]. I spoke with Ginstein, who is very interested and on whom we can count. In order to keep this exhibition as important as possible, I have decided not to exhibit in Zurich and it will be better that way [...]" (transl.). - Punched holes in left margin (not touching text); in fine condition.

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Braque, Georges

Color postcard print inscribed of his painting "Musical score and Fruit" and signed.
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To Monsieur Lionel Ancona.