Georges Braque (1882-1963) was a pioneer of the Cubist movement alongside Pablo Picasso. The two colleagues were interested in geometry and simultaneous perspective. Together they developed a new kind of fragmented abstraction which has influenced generations of art. Braque focused on the subjects of still life, birds and flowers in a diverse experiment of colour, texture and collage. His cabinet of artistic achievements includes 'The Birds' ceiling fresco at the Louvre and iconic stage designs for the Ballets Russes. Our compelling Braque collection includes original lithographic prints by the artist.