George Braque, a pioneer of Cubism alongside Picasso, shattered the way we see objects. Born in 1882, he started with Impressionism but was captivated by the Fauves’ bold colors. By 1907, his work fragmented, becoming the foundation of Cubism. He deconstructed objects like violins and bowls, presenting them from multiple viewpoints on a single canvas. This revolutionary style challenged traditional perspective and influenced countless artists. Braque continued to explore Cubism and still lifes throughout his career, leaving behind a legacy of fragmented forms that reassembled our view of the world.

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