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Braque

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Braque French painter who led the cubist movement (1882-1963)
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Usage

In literature:

For the French have never loved Cubism, though Braque uses it beautifully.
"Since Cézanne" by Clive Bell
The dog Braque plays a game of dominoes with any one who likes.
"Anecdotes of Dogs" by Edward Jesse
Braque has added nothing to Cubism.
"Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning" by Willard Huntington Wright
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In news:

Picasso, Braque & Leger: Twentieth-Century Modern Masters.
Georges Braque 's Studio IX, as ravishingly enigmatic a vision as has ever been committed to canvas, is at the Acquavella Galleries in New York until the end of November.
Picasso, Braque Artistic Collaboration Focus Of Groundbreaking Exhibition Opening in Santa Barbara.
Gun Dog Group: Braque Saint Germain.
Gun Dog Group: Braque de Bourbonais.
Gun Dog Group: Braque de l'Ariege.
A Continental pointing breed that is descended from the old French Braques, which were combined during the 19th Century with the orange and white Southern Braques to give them more lightness and activity.
Of all the great pioneers of Modernism Georges Braque, who in collaboration with Picasso invented Cubism, was the soberest, if not the dullest.
Braque and Picasso—who were like mountain climbers, so Braque later recalled, bound together in the development of Cubism—represent divergent attitudes toward modernity.
Braque is the poet in the tower.
Georges Braque's Studio IX, as ravishingly enigmatic a vision as has ever been committed to canvas, is at the Acquavella Galleries in New York until the end of November.
Georges Braque 's Studio IX, as ravishingly enigmatic a vision as has ever been committed to canvas, is at the Acquavella Galleries in New York until the end of November.
Georges Braque used the metaphor of "two mountain climbers roped together" to describe his collaboration with Picasso in the early years of the last century as the two ventured into the uncharted territory of analytic cubism.
Seventy-three original prints by three masters of lithography and etching — Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, and Fernand Léger — are exhibited in the Glendale show.
Gun Dog Group: Braque Saint Germain .
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In science:

The reason it is possible to speculate on Picasso and Braqueʼs wishes or to discuss the responsibilities of the painting conservator is because there is some common understanding about the role of the “artist;” and the creative practices, materials, and methods of these more traditional artistic forms.
Collecting and Preserving Videogames and Their Related Materials: A Review of Current Practice, Game-Related Archives and Research Projects
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