Fauve Paintings of Georges Braque : A Joyful Revelation
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Yayıncı Skira Rizzoli ( 10 / 2016 ) ISBN 9780847849536 | Ciltli | Geniş boy | 25,4 x 25,4 cm | İngilizce | 176 Sayfa | Türler Resim
The first publication and exhibition devoted to Georges Braque s Fauve period, a significant and largely unknown body of work from one of the twentieth century s most celebrated painters. The outstanding Fauvist achievements of Georges Braque (1882 1963) appear as a revelation in The Fauve Paintings of Georges Braque, the first book devoted to this important period of the artist s oeuvre. Before founding Cubism with Pablo Picasso, Braque spent his intensely productive early career allied with Henri Matisse. While Braque s contributions to Cubism are well chronicled, it was previously assumed that he created only a few Fauvist paintings. This volume draws on new research to reveal that he painted more than eighty brilliantly colored works in the Fauvist style, addressing this significant omission from Braque s catalogue raisonne. From 1906 07, Braque traveled between Antwerp, Paris, La Ciotat, and L Estaque, painting Fauvist landscapes, harbor scenes, urban vistas, nudes, and still lifes. This unprecedented publication which reproduces a full range of works from this period investigates the significance of Braque s choice of places to work and examines his relationship with other Fauve artists in his circle, including Andre Derain, Othon Friesz, and Henri Matisse, in essays by scholars Kenneth Wayne and Brigitte Leal. An important contribution to the field, The Fauve Paintings of Georges Braque outlines a new understanding of this pivotal moment in modern art."