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Georges Braque, 1882 Argenteuil – 1963 Paris
Detailabbildung: Georges Braque, 1882 Argenteuil – 1963 Paris
Detailabbildung: Georges Braque, 1882 Argenteuil – 1963 Paris
Detailabbildung: Georges Braque, 1882 Argenteuil – 1963 Paris

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Georges Braque,
1882 Argenteuil – 1963 Paris

FRUITS, CRUCHE ET PIPE Öl auf Holz.
42,5 x 59,5 cm.
Rechts unten signiert.

Catalogue price € 140.000 - 180.000 Catalogue price€ 140.000 - 180.000  $ 156,800 - 201,600
£ 126,000 - 162,000
元 1,114,400 - 1,432,800
₽ 11,146,800 - 14,331,600

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Further information on this artwork

Georges Braque war Erfolg beschienen, wenn auch verspätet. Nach dem ersten Weltkrieg erholte er sich von einer Kopfverletzung und nahm 1917 die Malerei wieder auf. In den 1920er Jahren entstanden zahlreiche Stillleben des produktiven Malers. Er verband die französische Nature Morte-Tradition mit der neu erworbenen Bildsprache des Kubismus. So geschehen auch hier in diesem Stillleben, welches von den großen Formen und der Komposition der Konturen lebt. Eine stilisierte Tischplatte bietet Platz für einen Krug, einen Apfel, Trauben und eine Pfeife. (†)

Provenienz:
Mr. & Mrs. Cummins, Catherwood, Byn Mawr, Pennsylvania (gekauft 1963).
Galerie D. Benador, Genf.
Europäische Privatsammlung.
Christie's, London, 25.06.2008, Lot 469.

Literatur:
George Isarlov, Catalogue des oeuvres de Georges Braque, Paris 1932, Nr. 349.
John Russel, Braque, London 1959, Nr. 34, Abb. S. 123.
Galerie Maeght, Hrsg., Catalogue de l’oeuvre de George Braque, Peintures 1924-1927, Paris 1968, Abb. S. 14.
Massimo Carrà, Tout l’oeuvre peint de Braque, 1908-1929, Paris 1973, Nr. 217, Abb. S. 96.

Ausgestellt: 
Paris, Galerie Charpentier, Nature Mortes Françaises, 1951. 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Collects 20th Century, 1963, abgebildet im Ausstellungskatalog. (1231285) (13)


Georges Braque,
1882 Argenteuil – 1963 Paris
FRUITS, CRUCHE ET PIPE Oil on panel.
42.5 x 59.5 cm.
Signed lower right.

Georges Braque was successful, if a little delayed. After WWI he recovered from a head injury and took up painting again in 1917. The productive painter created numerous still lifes in the 1920s. He combined French nature morte traditions with his newly acquired imagery of cubism. This is also the case in this still life, which draws on large shapes and the composition of contours. The depiction shows a jug, an apple, grapes and a pipe are placed on a stylized tabletop. (†)

Provenance:
Mr. & Mrs. Cummins, Catherwood, Byn Mawr, Pennsylvania (purchased 1963) Galerie D. Benador, Geneva.
European private collection.Christie’s, London, 25.06.2008, lot 469.

Literature:
George Isarlov, Catalogue des oeuvres de Georges Braque, Paris 1932, no. 349.
John Russel, Braque, London, 1959, no. 34, ill. p. 123.
Galerie Maeght (ed.), Catalogue de l’oeeuvre de George Braque, Peintures 1924-1927, Paris 1968, ill. p. 14.
Massimo Carrà, Tout l’oeuvre peint de Braque, 1908-1929, Paris 1973, no. 217, ill. p. 96.

Exhibitions:
Paris, Galerie Charpentier, Nature Mortes Françaises, 1951.
Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Collects 20th Century, 1963, illustrated in exhibition catalogue. 

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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