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    1. 喬治·布拉克2635810,1432673292102093788立體主義藝術家喬治·勃拉克(Georges Braque)專題網站http://img05.img.mei-shu.net/Uploads/sjmh/georges-braque/georges-braque_luttk2atukm.jpg

      喬治·勃拉克(Georges Braque)

      喬治·勃拉克(Georges Braque)

      藝術家: 喬治·勃拉克

      生于: 1882年5月13日;錯誤代碼(54000)

      卒于: 1963年8月31日;1963年31august

      國籍: 法國

      流派: 立體主義

      領域: 繪畫,雕塑

      受影響: 尼古拉斯·普桑

      影響: David Alfaro Siqueiros,Vilhelm Lundstrom,Mikhail Larionov,Carlos Nadal

      朋友: 巴勃羅·畢加索,Max Jacob





      Artist :Georges Braque

      Additional Name :Georges Braque

      Born :13 May 1882

      Died :31 August 1963

      Nationality :French

      Art Movement :Cubism

      Field :painting,sculpture

      Influenced by :nicolas-poussin

      Influenced on :david-alfaro-siqueiros,vilhelm-lundstrom,mikhail-larionov,carlos-nadal

      Friends and Co-workers :pablo-picasso,max-jacob

      A prominent figure in the development of cubism, Georges Braque was a French painter and sculptor. As a young adult, he worked during the day as a house painter and decorator, in the same line of work as his father and grandfather, and he attended evening classes at the School of Fine Arts in Le Havre, France. In 1902, he received his certificate as a decorator, but still attended art school, at the Humbert Academy, where he studied until 1904.

      Braque’s early works were impressionistic, but transitioned into a fauvist style after seeing work exhibited by the Fauves in 1905. By 1907, his fauvist works were exhibited a the Salon des Independents. The development of cubism came shortly after Braque met and began working with Pablo Picasso, in 1909. Both artists produced representative paintings with a monochromatic color scheme and interlocking blocks and complex forms. The summer of 1911 was especially fruitful for the artists. They painted side by side in the French Pyrenees, producing paintings that extremely difficult to differentiate each other’s paintings. The ultimate result of their time together was the development of a new style of painting, Analytic Cubism.

      The two artists worked closely together until the outbreak of World War I, upon which Braque joined the French Amy and left Picasso’s side. After his return from the war, in which he was seriously wounded in the battlefield, Braque moved away from the harsh lines and sharp pointed complexity of the cubist style, and instead began to paint pieces with bright colors and eventually return to the human figure.

      Although he departed from his harsh lines and forms, Braque never abandoned his cubist style. Whereas Picasso freely painted in many styles, from representational to cubist, surreal, and abstract, Braque held true to his fragmented forms and simultaneous perspective. By the time of his death in 1963, he was regarded as one of the elder statesmen of the School of Fines art in Paris, as well as in modern art.

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      Georges Braque(1882-1963)
      立體主義藝術家喬治·勃拉克(Georges Braque)專題網站




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