Georges Braque's graphic masterpieces on display in Milan

The graphic masterpieces of one of the founders of cubism, Georges Braque, will be on display at the Deodato Arte Gallery in Milan.

Deodato Arte Gallery in Milan is dedicating an exhibition to one of the greatest exponents of the Cubist movement, Georges Braque, from October 10 to November 20, 2018.

"Georges Braque. TheBirth of Cubism, Graphic Masterpieces," the title of the exhibition, will present the public with more than 30 original graphic works through which Braque’s artistic and creative evolution is intended to be traced.

Along the exhibition route, visitors will be able to admire the lithograph Théière grise (1947), the etchings Nature morte aux huitres (1950) and Nature morte aux citrons (1960), the aquatint etching Oiseau et son ombre III (1961), and the black-and-white lithographs Les pommes (1953) and Le ciel gris II (1959).

Braque co-founded Cubism with Picasso, and the two were friends: this is evidenced in the exhibition by a drawing and some graphic works made by Pablo Picasso.

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Hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Opening October 9, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.

Image: Georges Braque, Nature morte aux citrons (1960; etching, 47x57 cm)

Georges Braque's graphic masterpieces on display in Milan
Georges Braque's graphic masterpieces on display in Milan

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