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Braque

 (bräk, brăk), Georges 1882-1963.
French painter who was a leading exponent and theorist of the cubist movement.

Braque

(French brak)
n
(Biography) Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1882–1963, French painter who developed cubism (1908–14) with Picasso

Braque

(brɑk)

n.
Georges, 1882–1963, French painter.
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Noun1.Braque - French painter who led the cubist movement (1882-1963)
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On that day, there was to be a bonfire on the Place de Grève, a maypole at the Chapelle de Braque, and a mystery at the Palais de Justice.
It must be stated, in honor of the good sense of the loungers of Paris, that the greater part of this crowd directed their steps towards the bonfire, which was quite in season, or towards the mystery play, which was to be presented in the grand hall of the Palais de Justice (the courts of law), which was well roofed and walled; and that the curious left the poor, scantily flowered maypole to shiver all alone beneath the sky of January, in the cemetery of the Chapel of Braque.
After arriving in Paris in 1913, he discovered the work of Picasso and Henri Rousseau, and kept company with Apollinaire, Georges Braque, Fernand Leger, Kees Van Dongen and other artists.
January 24: Picasso And Braque Go To The Movies And Ballet Mecanique (Cubism)
Selon des sources securitaires, un agent d'encaissement d'une marque de boissons alcoolisees, qui roulait a bord de son vehicule, a ete braque par des individus armes de fusils de chasse et d'armes automatiques.
Her work is inspired by great artists such as George Braque, Pablo Picasso and Paul Klee.
Quant a l'apport du cinema feminin, les intervenants ont passe en revue des experiences cinematographiques de realisatrices ayant braque les projecteurs sur le role de femmes militantes "au coeur de la revolution", rassemblees dans la rue, cote a cote avec les hommes, pour defendre des causes qu'ils ont conjointement soutenues.
The spread of assemblage as a new medium deserving of attention by serious artists goes far beyond the mere fact of Picasso and Braque having introduced them.
Brad Fitzpatrick's article on the Braque Francais in the March/April/May issue did a really nice job of describing the breed.
Who could seriously propose Braque as exemplar of (or corrective to) the aesthetics of resistance, given the painter's refusal to take sides for or against the Vichy regime?
She used watercolors and acrylics to create densely colored paintings, two of which feature actual historical figures such as Georges Braque and Marie Laurencin.