Exhibition curator Renée Maurer discusses Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928-1945.

The exhibition is the first in-depth look at the years leading up to and through World War II, a period of experimentation and transition in Braque's career, when he used the motif of still life to synthesize cubist discoveries and hone his individual style. Forty-four sumptuous canvases, along with related objects, trace the artist's journey from painting still lifes in intimate interiors in the late 1920s, to vibrant, large-scale spaces in the 1930s, to more personal interpretations of daily life in the 1940s.



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