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Georges Braque

France 1882 - 1963

Fauvism, Cubism

Georges Braque
Georges Braque
September 1, 2016

Having the long painting career that started from the Impressionist and Fauvist visual language, Georges Braque found himself at the forefront of the revolutionary and progressive art movement of Cubism. Side by side with one of the greatest names of the 20th-century art, George Braque collaborated along with Pablo Picasso creating iconic works that were used as the direction for the future generations of artists. Always focused on the overview of the objects seen from different perspectives depending on color, line, or texture, it was natural that his acquaintance with Picasso resulted in such an explosion of innovations. Although same in the palette, style, and themes, their pieces differed for Braque’s deprivation of iconological commentary and interest only in pictorial space and composition. Searching for harmony and balance through the new technique of collage with the use of pasted paper named papier collés, the painter went one step further by incorporating advertisements clippings into his canvases.

 His modern work reflects his early life in Paris 1907
Georges Braque – The Viaduct at L’Estaque, 1907-08

Early Life and Acquaintance with Picasso

Braque was born in 1882 in Argenteuil, Val-d’Oise and grew up in Le Havre where his father managed a decorative painting business. Working with him as a decorator, he developed his first interests in art, starting to study painting during evenings at Ecole des Beaux-Arts. At the age of 17, he moved to Paris to attend the Academia Humbert until 1904. During this period, he created his first paintings in a Fauvist style, under the influence of Henry Matisse and debuted at the exhibition at the Salon des Independants in 1906. Progressively changing the style, he was under the impression of Paul Cezanne’s works which he saw on a large retrospective show held one year after his death. After the visit to Picasso’s studio, Braque became totally fascinated by his Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, developing a close friendship and artistic collaboration with the already famous artist: “We would get together every single day to discuss and assay the ideas that were forming, as well as to compare our respective works”[1]. From 1908, he started to show interest in geometry and simultaneous perspective, exploring the effects of light and techniques used for achievement of these effects. Reducing the architectural structures to a geometric form on his paintings, he shaded it making the illusion of both flat and three-dimensional image. One faced with Picasso’s approach, Braque began to use more expressive implementation of constructive elements along with Fauvist visual language. His distinctive landscapes from this period, reduced to basic shapes and colors, inspired French art critic Louis Vauxcelles to call them the “bizarreries cubiques” which later resulted with the term Cubism, for the first time officially used in 1911 with reference to the exhibition at the Salon des Indenpendants[2]. Braque’s and Picasso’s collaboration and mutual influences were marked with both similarities and differences, but the fact was that they equally contributed to the development of Cubism in 1908, using the monochromatic palette and complex patterns of faceted form in their paintings that would be later named Analytic Cubism. During summer 2011, two artists painted side by side, producing almost identical pieces. One year later, they started revolutionary experimentation with collages, inventing the papier colle technique.

Picasso’s influences were of the crucial importance for the art of Georges Braque

 He is a modern painter who strives to make contact with his painting
Georges Braque – Violin and Pipe, ‘Le Quotidien’, 2013

Collages as the Announcement of the Cubist Sculpture

When the World War I began, Braque joined the French Army where he suffered the head injury in a battle and experienced temporary blindness as a consequence. After the long period of recuperation, he noticed the change in his friend’s style who started to paint figuratively. Taking it as a betrayal of their Cubist convictions, Braque decided to continue on his own. “The things that Picasso and I said to one another during those years will never be said again, and even if they were, no one would understand them anymore. It was like being roped together on a mountain”[3]. Still, the artist continued to be influenced by Picasso’s work, creating collages of pieces of musical instruments and furniture that were crucial for the later development of the Cubist sculpture. Feeling the saturation with this technique, by 1918, Braque has returned to still lifes. His first postwar solo exhibition held in 1919 showed the change of palette toward limitations of tones and strict adherence to the Cubist rules of multi-faceted geometrical shapes. Completely dedicated to the exploration of perspectives and depicting space in different ways, Braque was even designed sets and costumes for theater performances during the 1920’s. Over the time, his style became more personal, showing the tendencies toward human figure after his move to the Normandy seacoast. He again started to explore the landscape, now using bright colors influenced by Picasso and Matisse. After the 1930’s he focused on portraits of Greek mythology heroes, deprived of the symbolism, seen through a purely formal lens, considering these works for exercise for line and shape. Haunted by the themes of death and suffering, the artist painted Vanitas series which have reflected his obsession with the physicality of paintings when he searched the new techniques of the brushstrokes and colors to emphasize the subject matter. Braque’s selection of subjects was always the expression of his personal convictions, often with a hidden meaning[4]. His last series Atelier, made from 1948 to 1955 consisted of eight canvases imbued with the objects from his inner thoughts rather that the observations of the world around. Shortly before his death, he painted birds repeatedly, reflecting his obsession with space and movement.

Braque remained dedicated to the Cubist ideas for the rest of his career

 This is his late work created under the exact terms
Georges Braque – The Studio (VIII), 1954

George Braque – The Father of Cubism

Recognized and celebrated as the father of Cubism, Georges Braque’s approach was both rational and sensuous, deeply committed to his convictions that he followed during his whole career. His technique was characteristic for the use of pigment blended with sand and copies of wood grain or marble with the aim of achieving more convincing impression of dimension. His still lifes were so abstract that they seemed more like an indication of the object but its direct representations. Braque died on August 31, 1963, in Paris and was buried in the cemetery of the Church of St. Valery in Varengeville-sur-Mer in Normandy whose windows he designed.


  1. Anonymous. Georges Braque Biography, Bio [September 1, 2016]
  2. Butler, K., Maurer, R., Favero, P., Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928-1945, Prestel, 2013
  3. Arianna, S. Picasso: Creator and Destroyer, Simon and Schuster, New York, 1988
  4. Monod-Fontaine, I., Shiff Dieter Buchhart, R., Georges Braque: Pioneer of Modernism, Acquavella, 2011
  5. Golding, J. Braque: The Late Works, Yale University Press, 1997

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YearExhibition titleMuseum/GallerySolo/Group
2016Matisse in His Time: Masterworks of Modernism from the Centre Pompidou, Paris Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OKCMOA), Oklahoma City, OKGroup
2016MOMAT Collection National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo (MOMAT), TokyoGroup
2016For The Love Of Things: Still Life Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NYGroup
2016MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BCGroup
2015Picasso to Francis Bacon Hangaram Art Museum, SeoulGroup
2015Stillleben. gestern und heute Galerie Michael Haas, BerlinGroup
2015Los modernos Museo Nacional de Arte, Mexico CityGroup
2014George Braque, Oeuvre graphique La Fondation ONA, Villa des Arts de Casablanca,CasablancaSolo
2014Georges Braque Museo Guggenheim de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo, BilbaoSolo
2014Georges Braque: A Retrospective MFAH Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TXSolo
2014Bronzes Drawings Prints Hachmeister Galerie, MünsterGroup
2014Arche Noah, Über Tier und Mensch in der Kunst Museum Ostwall im Dortmunder U,DortmundGroup
2013Georges Braque Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, ParisSolo
2013Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928 1945 The Phillips Collection, Washington, DCSolo
2013Georges Braque Graphikmuseum Pablo Picasso Münster, MünsterSolo
2013Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928 1945 Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Washington Univer, Saint Louis, MOSolo
2013Face And Figure In European Art, 1928 1945 Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Washington Univer, Saint Louis, MOSolo
2013Bonnard, Renoir, Vuillard... Chefsd'œuvre de la collection Arkas Musée de Lodève, LodèveGroup
2013Formas biográficas Construcción y mitología individual Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, MadridGroup
2012Hidden Treasures Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, INGroup
2012Correspondences Modern Art and Universalism Muzeum Sztuki in Lodz, Main Building, LodzGroup
2012Correspondences. Modern Art and Universalism ms2 Muzeum Sztuki Lodz, LodzGroup
2011Pioneer Of Modernism Acquavella Galleries, Inc., New York City, NYSolo
2011La Theogonie de Georges Braque LaM, Lille Métropole musée d'art moderne, d'art contemporain et d'art brut, Villeneuve d'AscqSolo
2011Accrochage Galerie Boisserée, Cologne Group
2011End of Year Sale Whitestone Gallery, TokyoGroup
2011Picasso to Koons: The Artist as Jeweler Museum of Arts & Design, New York City, NYGroup
2011Picasso and Braque: The Cubist Experiment, 1910 12 Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CAGroup
2010Georges Braque, Die Druckgraphik Kunstmuseum Ahlen, AhlenSolo
2010Georges Braque, Arbeiten aus dem graphischen Œuvre und auf Papier Galerie Boisserée,Cologne Solo
2010Selected Galerie Heimeshoff, EssenGroup
2010Arbeiten auf Papier Galerie am Lindenplatz AG, VaduzGroup
2009Matisse, Picasso, and Modern Art in Paris: Selections from the T. Catesby Jones Collections William King Museum, Abingdon, VAGroup
2009Von Degas bis Picasso Die Sammlung Jean Planque Graphikmuseum Pablo Picasso Münster,MünsterGroup
2009The Julian and Josie Robertson Promised Gift Auckland Art Gallery, AucklandGroup
2008Georges Braque, Lyrik der Geometrie eine Retrospektive Bank Austria Kunstforum, ViennaSolo
2008Winter Exhibition 2008 Lemon Street Gallery, Truro, CornwellGroup
2008Der Blauer Reiter, Die Bruecke, The Knave Of Diamond Artvera's, GenevaGroup
2008Ins Licht gerückt Hachmeister Galerie, MünsterGroup
2007Picasso and his collection Museo Picasso, BarcelonaGroup
2007Aus Dem Kabinett 16 Galerie Nierendorf, BerlinGroup
2007Blickwechsel Galerie Keim, StuttgartGroup
2006Georges Braque Galerie Orangerie, Reinz, CologneSolo
2006Georges Braque IVAM, Institut Valencià d'Art Modern, ValenciaSolo
2006Dialogue avec le siècle 1906 1981 Fondation Maeght, Saint PaulGroup
2006Kaleidoskop Galerie Keim, StuttgartGroup
2006Picasso and the School of Paris Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NYGroup
2005Georges Braque: Lettera Amorosa Museum Villa Stuck, MunichSolo
2005Georges Braque, Métamorphoses Galerie Pascal Polar, BrusselsSolo
2005Facets od Cubism MFA, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Boston, MAGroup
2005Die Klassische Moderne Ausgewählte Grafik und Originale auf Leinwand und Papier Galerie Art 204, DusseldorfGroup
2005Picasso, Braque & Léger, 20th Century Modern Masters Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY Group
2004Georges Braque, Ausgewählte Arbeiten aus dem graphischen Œuvre Galerie Boisserée,Cologne Solo
2004Georges Braque, die Farben sprechen lassen Galerie Margareta Friesen, DresdenSolo
2004Masterworks Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, BudapestGroup
2004Fauve Painting in the Permanent Collection The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DCGroup
2003Georges Braque Galerie Schloss Mochental, Schloß MochentalSolo
2003Georges Braque, Order and Emotion Museum of Contemporary Art, Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation, Hora, AndrosSolo
2003Georges Braques Galerie Orangerie, Reinz, CologneSolo
2003Georges Braque Ludwig Museum im Deutschherrenhaus, KoblenzSolo
2003Paris 1945 bis 1965 Lentos Kunstmuseum LinzGroup
2003The Unexpected, Künstlerkeramik des 20. Jahrhunderts Museum Bellerive, ZurichGroup
2002Georges Braque. Obra Gràfica Casal Solleric, Palma de MallorcaSolo
2002Georges Braque, Das grafische Werk Galerie Terminus, MunichSolo
2002Old Masters, Impressionists & Moderns: French Masterworks fr. Pushkin Museum MFAH, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TXGroup
2002Picasso, Braque, Léger and Gris Munch Museet, OsloGroup
2002Drawing Now: Eight Propositions MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
2001Animating the Inanimate, The Life of Still Life Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FLGroup
2001The Kindness of Friends, A Selection of Gifts of Drawings and Prints, 1919 200 Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LACMA, Los Angeles, CAGroup
2001Picasso, Braque, Leger North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NCGroup
2000Georges Braque: gravuras Fundação Arpad Szenes, Vieira da Silva, LisbonSolo
2000Master Prints Fischer Kunsthandel & Edition, BerlinGroup
2000Übersicht: Deutscher Expressionismus & Klassische Moderne Thomas Ladengalerie, MunichGroup
200040 Jahre OrangerieReinz Galerie OrangerieGroup
1999Georges Braque als PeintreGraveur Galerie Boisserée, Cologne Solo
1999Georges Braque Mitchell Innes & Nash, Madison Av., New York City, NYSolo
1999Cézanne und die Moderne Fondation Beyeler, RiehenGroup
1999Lineamente International, Von der Linie zur Zeichnung Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz, LinzGroup
1999Grandes del Grabado Agosto ´99 Dionis Bennassar Galería de Arte, MadridGroup
1998Rétrospective Georges Braque Mie Prefectural Art Museum, Tsu CitySolo
1998Rétrospective Georges Braque Tokyu Bunkamura Inc., TokyoSolo
1998Gifts to the Nation from Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney The National Gallery of Art,Washington, DCGroup
1998Three Collectors Tre collezionisti Peggy Guggenheim Collection, VeniceGroup
1998Max Beckmann und Paris Kunsthaus Zürich, ZurichGroup
1997Georges Braque. Il segno e la materia Palazzo Magnani, Reggio EmiliaSolo
1997Georges Braque: Menil Schlumberger Family Collections The Menil Collection, Houston, TXSolo
1997Encounters With Modern Art: Works from the Rothschild Family Collections San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SFMOMA, San Francisco, CAGroup
1997The arrogance of age Galleri Faurschou, Copenhagen, CopenhagenGroup
1997Magie der Zahl Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, StuttgartGroup
1996Georges Braque Gana Art Gallery, SeoulSolo
1996L'œil du collectionneur Musée d´art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, QCGroup
1996Moderna Museet Stockholm zu Gast in Bonn Die großen Sammlungen IV Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, BonnGroup
1995George Braque Galerie Orangerie, Reinz, CologneSolo
1995Art of Our Time: Works on Paper from the Olga Hirshhorn Collection Rollins College, Winter Park, FLGroup
1994Georges Braque : rétrospective Fondation Maeght, Saint PaulSolo
1994From Corot to Warhol: The Occident Grand Masters of 19th and 20th Century Lin & Lin Gallery, TaipeiGroup
1994Joan Miró, Georges Braque Galerie Proarta, ZurichGroup
1993Entre la sérénité et l'inquiétude Musée d'Art moderne de Saint Etienne, Saint EtienneGroup
1993Picasso & Braque Statens museum for kunst, CopenhagenGroup
1992The Robert And Traude Hensel Collection Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), Indianapolis, INGroup
1992The William S. Paley Collection Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), Indianapolis, INGroup
1991Georges Braque: Illustrations to Guillaume Appollinaire Christchurch Mansion, IpswichSolo
1991George Braque, Graphisches Werk LWL, Westfälisches Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Münster, MünsterSolo
1991Georges Braque, Opera Grafica Museo d'Arte Mendrisio, MendrisioSolo
1991Arthur Rimbaud et les artistes du XXe siècle Musée Cantini, MarseilleGroup
1991André Breton and the Surrealism Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, MadridGroup
1990La Compagnie Des Objets Centre d’art contemporain de Quimper, le Quartier, QuimperGroup
1990Picasso, Braque, Gris, Léger, Douglas Cooper collecting Cubism MFAH, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TXGroup
1989Picasso and Braque: Pioneering Cubism MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1989Colección Beyeler Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, MadridGroup
1989Masterpieces of Impressionism and Post Impressionism: The Annenberg Collection Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PAGroup
1988Georges Braque Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York City, NYSolo
1988Georges Braque Kunsthalle der Hypo Kulturstiftung, MunichSolo
1987Paris 1937, l'art indépendant Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (MAM ARC), ParisGroup
1987Radierungen im 20. Jahrhundert Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, StuttgartGroup
1986Georges Braque 1882 1963 Museo Picasso, BarcelonaSolo
1986Pioneers of Abstract Art from the Thyssen Bornemisza Collection Galerie Gmurzynska Köln,CologneGroup
1986A Half Century of European Painting 1919 1960 from the Guggenheim Museum New York Schirn Kunsthalle, FrankfurtGroup
1985Western Modern Arts Gana Art Gallery, SeoulGroup
1985Horses in Twentieth Century Art Nicola Jacobs Gallery, LondonGroup
1984The Moderns Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSWGroup
1983Georges Braque, Lithographies Musée d'art moderne de Céret, CéretSolo
1983The Essential Cubism 1907 1920 Tate Britain, LondonGroup
1982Braque: The Papiers Collés The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DCSolo
1982Georges Braque. the late paintings 1940 1963 The Phillips Collection, Washington, DCSolo
1982Georges Braque en Europe Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain (MAMCS), StrasbourgSolo
1982Sculpture Waddington Custot Galleries, LondonGroup
1982About Line Missoula Art Museum MAM, Missoula, MTGroup
1981Estampes de Georges Braque Musée des Beaux Arts de Limoges, Palais de l’Evêché, LimogesSolo
1981Medio Siglo de Escultura: 1900 1945 Fundación Juan March, MadridGroup
1980Georges Braque Fondation Maeght, Saint PaulSolo
1980Picasso, Braque, Feininger, Popova Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena, CAGroup
1980Constellations early modern prints from Gauguin to Arp University Gallery and Baring Wing Northumbria University, Newcastle upon TyneGroup
1979Georges Braque Fundación Juan March, MadridSolo
1979Maestros del Siglo XX Fundación Juan March, MadridGroup
1979Zeichnungen und Collagen des Kubismus Kunsthalle Bielefeld, BielefeldGroup
1978Braque, oeuvre graphique Fondation Maeght, Saint PaulSolo
1978La Biennale di Venezia 1978. From Nature to Art, from Art to Nature La Biennale di Venezia,VeniceGroup
1978Aspects of Twentieth Century Art I. Picasso and Cubism II. European Painting and Sculpture III. Henri Matisse: Cut Outs The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DCGroup
1977Etchings of the Twentieth Century Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1976European Master Paintings from Swiss Collections MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1976The Wild Beasts: Fauvism and Its Affinities MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1974Georges Braque: Lithographien, Holzschnitte, Radierungen Galerie Utermann, DortmundSolo
1974Hommage a Schönberg Neue Nationalgalerie, BerlinGroup
1974Gods, Heroes and Shepherds MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1973Futurism: a modern focus the Lydia and Harry Lewis Winston Collection Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York City, NYGroup
1973Works on Paper MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1972Georges Braque Gordon Gallery, Tel AvivSolo
1972Georges Braque: Graphic Art Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA), Chicago, ILSolo
1972Braque: The Great Years The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, ILSolo
1972Kubismus : Kunstrevolution 1907 1914 K20 Grabbeplatz, DusseldorfGroup
1972Philadelphia in New York MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1971Georges Braque : Das Lithographische Werk Kunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgSolo
1971Metamorphose de Dinges Palazzo Reale, MilanGroup
1971Metamorphose de Dinges Neue Nationalgalerie, BerlinGroup
1970Léger and purist Paris Tate Britain, LondonGroup
1969George Braque Galerie Heimeshoff, EssenSolo
1969Cubism: A Look Back Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), Indianapolis, INGroup
1969Hommage à René Char Musée d'art moderne de Céret, CéretGroup
1968Cinquante bijoux de Georges Braque Galerie Stadler, ParisSolo
1968Painting in France 1900 1967 The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DCGroup
1967One Hundred European Paintings and Drawings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh B. Block The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DCSolo
1967Selected Works from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gates Lloyd University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAGroup
1967Graphik International Galerie nächst St. Stephan, Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, ViennaGroup
1966Bijoux de Braque Musée national des beaux arts du Québec, Quebec CitySolo
1966Von Impressionismus zum Bauhaus Kunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1966Matisse und seine Freunde, les Fauves Kunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1965Sieraden van Georges Braque Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The HagueSolo
1965Georges Braque: Malerier, Grafik, Skulptur Bergen Kunsthall, BergenSolo
1965Personal Choice: Paintings and Sculpture from Houston Private Collections Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TXGroup
1965From Delacroix to Picasso Alte Nationalgalerie, BerlinGroup
1964Georges Braque: Malerier, Grafik, Skulptur Kunstnernes Hus, OsloSolo
1964George Braque Nassauischer Kunstverein, WiesbadenSolo
1964documenta 3 Documenta, KasselGroup
1963Georges Braque Haus der Kunst München, MunichSolo
1963Modern Prints and Illustrated Books from the Rosenwald Collection The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DCGroup
1963Aspects of twentieth century painting Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MAGroup
1962Braque Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MNSolo
1962Braque: An Exhibition to Honor the Artist on the Occasion of His Eightieth Anniversary Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, ILSolo
1962Braque CAC, Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OHSolo
1962Modern Sculpture From The Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum,New York City, NYGroup
1962Le Cubisme Galerie Beyeler, BaselGroup
1961The Art of Assemblage MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1961One hundred paintings from the G. David Thompson Collection Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York City, NYGroup
1960Georges Braque Norton Simon Museum of Art, Pasadena, CASolo
1960Modern Sculpture And Sculptors' Drawings The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1960Poétes, peintures, sculpteurs Galerie Maeght Group
1960The Collection of Frank and Ursula Laurens CAC Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center,Cincinnati, OHGroup
1959Maeght Editeur 1960 Galerie Maeght, Paris, ParisGroup
1959Triumph der Farbe Die europäischen Fauves Orangerie Schloss Charlottenburg, BerlinGroup
1959documenta 2 Documenta, KasselGroup
1958Personal Contacts: A Decade of Contemporary Drawings, 1948 1958 Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TXGroup
1958Watercolors, Drawings, And Collages From The Collection Of Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Randall Shapiro The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1956The Sculpture of Georges Braque CAC, Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OHSolo
1956Georges Braque Tate Britain, LondonSolo
1956Cubism 1910 1912 Sidney Janis Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
1955Georges Braque Kunsthalle Bremen, BremenSolo
1955documenta 1 Documenta, KasselGroup
1955Moderne Französische Meister Von Cézanne Bis Braque Kunstmuseum Luzern, LucerneGroup
1954Georges Braque: Painter, Printmaker Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, ILSolo
1954Georges Braque: Paintings and Drawings from English Collections supplemented by Lithographs and Engravings 1909 1953 Institute of Contemporary Arts, LondonSolo
1954Georges Braque graphisch oeuvre Stedelijk Van Abbemuseum, EindhovenSolo
1954Collages and Objects Institute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1954Bild und Schrift Kunsthalle Bremen, BremenGroup
1953Georges Braque Kunsthaus Zürich, ZurichSolo
1953Georges Braque Kunsthalle Bern, BernSolo
1953II Bienal Do Museu De Arte Moderna De São Paulo Bienal de Sao Paulo, São PauloGroup
19535th Anniversary Exhibition Sidney Janis Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
1952In the Flat and Round CAC Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OHGroup
1951Georges Braque Kunsthalle Bremen, BremenSolo
1951European And American Printmakers Of The Last Fifty Years Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), Indianapolis, INGroup
1950Klassiker des Kubismus Neue Galerie Graz Universalmuseum Joanneum, GrazGroup
1950Three Modern Styles MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1949Georges Braque MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYSolo
1949Georges Braque: A Retrospective Exhibition The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OHSolo
1949Graphic Works and Watercolors from Private Collections in Houston Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TXGroup
1948Opera grafica di Georges Braque Galleria del Cavallino, VeniceSolo
1948Georges Braque Haus der Kunst München, MunichSolo
194840,000 Years of Modern Art: a Comparison of Primitive and Modern Institute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1948This Is Contemporary Art Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TXGroup
1948Gris, Picasso, Braque Kunsthalle Bern, BernGroup
1947The Private Collection Mr. and Mrs. Vladimer Goischmann of St. Louis CAC Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OHGroup
1947L'Influence de Cézanne, 1908 1911 Galerie de France, ParisGroup
1946Modern French painting from the Impressionists to the present Haus der Kunst München,MunichGroup
1946Cubist And Nonobjective Paintings Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), Indianapolis, INGroup
1945Georges Braque Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, AmsterdamSolo
1945Aquarelles Dessins gouaches: 1925 1945 Galerie Jeanne Bucher, ParisGroup
1945Le Cubisme, 1911 1918 Galerie de France, ParisGroup
1944Drawings By Contemporary Artists The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1942Les Fauves Galerie de France, ParisGroup
1941Georges Braque Valentine Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
1941French Modern Painters Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
1940Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings by Georges Braque San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SFMOMA, San Francisco, CASolo
1940Landmarks in Modern Art Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
1939Georges Braque Retrospective Exhibition Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, ILSolo
1939Picasso, Braque, Gris, Léger, Gleizes, Borès, Beaudin, Vines, Laurens Kunsthalle Bern, BernGroup
1938Contemporary Movements in European Painting Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OHGroup
1938Matisse, Picasso, Braque og Laurens Statens museum for kunst, CopenhagenGroup
1937Cubism and Abstract Art GRAM Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MIGroup
1937Cubism and Abstract Art The RISD Museum, University of Rhode Island, Providence, RIGroup
1936Cubism and Abstract Art The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MNGroup
1936Modern Painters and Sculptors as Illustrators MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1935Inauguration des nouveaux locaux au 9ter Boulevard du Montparnasse Galerie Jeanne Bucher, ParisGroup
1935These, Antithese und Synthese Kunstmuseum Luzern, LucerneGroup
1934Recent paintings by Georges Braque Valentine Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
1934A Selection Of Works By Twentieth Century Artists The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1934Abstract Art By Four Twentieth Century Painters The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1933Gifts and Loans from the Collection of Mrs. Sadie A. May MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1933Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1932Selection Valentine Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
1932Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture MoMA Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1932Neue Kunst aus Rheinischem Privatbesitz Kölnischer Kunstverein, CologneGroup
1932Fifth Annual Exhibition Of Modern French Painting The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1931Some Modern Primitives: International Exhibition Of Paintings And Prints The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1931Modern French Paintings From The Chester Johnson Galleries Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), Indianapolis, INGroup
1931Modern French Paintings The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1930Kunst der letzten 30 Jahre aus Hamburger Privatbesitz Kunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1930Modern Art The Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1929Abstrakte und surrealistische Malerei und Plastik Kunsthaus Zürich, ZurichGroup
1929Braque, Klee, Ernst, Juan Gris, Léger, Lurçat, Lipchitz, Laurens, Marcoussis, Picasso, Chirico, Miro, Masson Galerie Jeanne Bucher, ParisGroup
1928Braque, Chagall, Dufy, Ernst, Gris, Hugo, Jacob, Laurens, Léger, Lurçat, Marcoussis, Pascin, Picasso, Rouault Galerie Jeanne Bucher, ParisGroup
1927Europäische Kunst der Gegenwart Kunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1926Vier Nationen Ausstellung Alte Nationalgalerie, BerlinGroup
1926Braque, Gris, Masson Galerie Jeanne Bucher, ParisGroup
1921Second Annual American and European Art Exhibition Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TXGroup
1920Les Maîtres du Cubisme Galerie de L'Effort Moderne, ParisGroup
1919Georges Braque Galerie de L'Effort Moderne, ParisSolo
1919Französische Kunst bis 1914 Kunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1917First Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists Grand Central Palace, New York City, NYGroup
1914Drawings and paintings by Picasso & Braque 291 Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
1913Zweite Gesamtausstellung Galerie Neue Kunst, Hans Goltz, MunichGroup
1913International Exhibition of Modern Art 69th Regiment Armory, New York City, NYGroup
1912Salon de la Section d Galerie la Boétie, ParisGroup
1912Second Post Impressionist Exhibition The Grafton Galleries, LondonGroup
1911De Moderne Kunstkring 1911 Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, AmsterdamGroup
1908Georges Braque Galerie Kahnweiler, ParisSolo
190622me Salon des indépendants Serres de la Ville de Paris, ParisGroup

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