Size: 13.5 x 19.5 inches
Artist: Braque, Georges
"Georges Braque was at the forefront of the revolutionary art movement of Cubism. Braque's work throughout his life focused on still lifes and means of viewing objects from various perspectives through color, line, and texture. While his collaboration with Pablo Picasso and their Cubist works are best known, Braque had a long painting career that continued beyond Cubism. Braque was also often dedicated to quiet periods in his studio rather than to being a personality in the art world." (theartstory.org)
"Georges Braque's Jewels are works made by the Heger diamond dealer in Löwenfeld, from gouaches by the painter Georges Braque, which he has put in volume1. Between 1961 and until the death of Braque, then until the death of diamonds (1996), who continued the work, the jewels were created in various forms, while bearing the same name (Héra 1962, Héra 1963)."
This poster is unlined and in excellent condition. From a private collection.