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"La Cuvette Bleue" Lithograph by Georges Braque

Beautiful still-life lithograph after Georges Braque's 'La cuvette bleue' of 1942. The piece is signed by Braque 'in the plate' (visible lower right corner), benefiting also from title and year of the original work, plus other corroborative details being catalogued in lead, verso the support.

It is immediately ready for framing and will be accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity detailing the origins of the item.

Additional details:

  • MEDIUM: Colour lithograph
  • DIMENSIONS: Support 183 mms x 236 mms, Plate 163 mms x 221 mms in total
  • EDITION: 1946
  • PLATE ENGRAVED AND PRINTED by BRAUN & CIE, MULHOUSE in the ALSACE region - FRANCE, under the direction of George Besson. This is plate number 3 of 24.

About Georges Braque

Georges Braque was a French painter and sculptor who was born on May 13, 1882, in Argenteuil, France, and died on August 31, 1963, in Paris. He is known as one of the pioneers of Cubism, a revolutionary art movement that transformed the way artists represented the world.

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Donated by
a Friend of The Charlie Fogarty Foundation

Item #P107113

  • In condition as donated.
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