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Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger

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BRAQUE DE GEORGES & LOEWENFELD HEGER Feuillage En Couleurs

Swann Galleries
Sep 22, 2016
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 Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger -  Nature Morte Au Plat De Pommes

Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - Nature Morte Au Plat De Pommes

Original 1947
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Lot number: 330
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Georges Braque (1882-1963) Nature morte au plat de pommes oil on canvas 8 5/8 x 10 ¾ in. (21.4 x 27.3 cm.) Painted in 1947 Provenance Estate of the artist. Galerie Louise Leiris (Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler), Paris. Acquired from the above by the late owner, January 1973. Pre-Lot Text Property from an Estate
 Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - L'oiseau Bleu

Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - L'oiseau Bleu

Original 1960
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Lot number: 131
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Description: GEORGES BRAQUE - L'oiseau bleu (Invitation exposition Louis Broder pour le livre de Braque) (The Blue Bird - invitiation exhibition Louis Broder for Braque book), circa 1960 Dimensions: I. 7 1/2 x 13 3/4 in. (19.2 x 35 cm) S. 12 7/8 x 19 7/8 in. (32.7 x 50.5 cm) Medium: Aquatint in blue, on pale green laid paper, with full margins.
 Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - Composition

Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - Composition

Original 1911
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Lot number: 85
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Georges Braque COMPOSITION (NATURE MORTE I) (V. 8) Artist's Resale Right Purchase of lots marked with this symbol will be subject to the payment of the artist's resale right. 1882 - 1963 Etching, 1911, printing with plate tone, signed in pencil, numbered HC 8/10 (an hors commerce impression aside from the edition of 50), on Arches wove paper, printed by Visat, published by Maeght, Paris plate: 350 by 220mm 12 3/4 by 8 5/8 in sheet: 568 by 377mm 22 3/8 by 14 7/8 in
 Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - Feuillage En Couleurs

Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - Feuillage En Couleurs

Original 1956
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Lot number: 383
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GEORGES BRAQUE
Feuillage en couleurs.
Color etching, 1956. 440x380 mm; 17 3/8x15 inches, full margins. Signed and numbered 46/60 in pencil, lower margin. Printed by Crommelynck, Paris, with the blind stamp lower left. Published by the Societé des Bibliophiles de France, Paris. A very good impression with fresh colors. Vallier 105.
 Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - Fox

Braque De Georges & Loewenfeld Heger - Fox

Original 1911
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Lot number: 3
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GEORGES BRAQUE Fox (V. 6) drypoint, 1911, on laid Arches, signed in pencil, from the edition of 100, published by Daniel Henry Kahnweiler, Paris, 1912, with full margins, pale uneven light-staining, otherwise generally in good condition, framed P. 21½ x 14 7/8 in. (546 x 378 mm.) S. 25¾ x 20 in. (654 x 508 mm.)
Donna Stein, Cubist Prints/Cubist Books, New York, 1983
From 1909 to 1914, Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque engaged in an exchange of ideas that shaped the nature of 20th-century art. The result of this dialogue was the Cubist style, a revolution in the arts on par with the ground-breaking Italian Renaissance. Printmaking, because of it economic advantages and impulsive nature, was the vehicle for constant experimentation and change necessary to fully develop this new visual language. The stark confines of the medium limited Cubist artists to monochromatic compositions and strictly linear forms. These compositional elements aligned perfectly with what would become the hallmarks of the Cubist style.

In 1910 during the course of this heady period of experimentation, the art dealer Daniel Henry Kahweiler commissioned the two artists to create two large-scale etchings. The result of this exercise for Braque was Fox (seen here). The print was created while the two artists were together working closely in Ceret, and illustrates clearly their attempt to eliminate the personal and arrive at a clear, linear depiction of space. In Fox, Braque mobilizes the drypoint medium to create texture and line in its most raw state. Perspective is all but abandoned, as is customary pictorial order, in favor of the most absolute depiction of form. As a result, the print is a critical and oft-overlooked landmark in the development of the Cubist style.

Despite this achievement, Braque produced a very small number of Cubist prints from 1907-1912 and of these prints only Fox and Job were published during the period. Other impressions were published from their original plates following the important Braque retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in 1948. Individual impressions are comparatively rare at auction, and the present collection offers an unusual glimpse into this critical phase of artistic production.
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