Georges BraqueGeorges Braque began his artistic career just like his father as a decorative painter and while his

apprenticeship he attended the evening class of the Ècole des Beaux-Arts, the school of fine arts in Le Havre.

He later continued his studies at the Académie Humbert in Paris. His first works were influenced by Fauvism and Impressionism before turning to Cubism.

Full name: Georges Braque

Activities: painter, graphic artist, sculptor

Style: Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism

Birthday: May 13, 1882 - August 31, 1963

Place of birth: Argenteuil, Val-d'Oise department, France

Parents: Charles Braque (1855-1911) and Augustine Johanet (1859-1942)

Made famous by: Today he is known together with Pablo Picasso as a co-founder of Cubism.


1906: "Port in Antwerp" (Fauvism)
1907: "Landscape near la Ciotat" (Fauvism)
1908: "Street near LÉstaque"
1908: "Houses in L'Estaque" (Cubism)
1911: "The Portuguese" (Cubism)
1911: "Girl with a Cross"
1912: "Fruit bowl with bottle and glass (Sorgues)"
1913: "Tischchen (The musician's table)"
1913: "Le petit éclaireur" (collage)
1914: "Man with Guitar"
1930: "Still life with fruit bowl, bottle and mandolin"
1949: "Atelier II"
1953/1954: "La Treille"

Bild: Photographer non-identified, anonymous / Public domain