French, 1882-1963. Georges Braque was a prominent 20th-century painter, draughtsman, sculptor, collagist, and printmaker. The artist has high regard for his Fauvist artwork contributing to art history and his role in the developing Cubism. Georges Braque was the cofounder of Cubism. Along with Pablo Picasso, George Braque invented the radical style featuring limited color palettes, collaged elements, and shifting points-of-view. From 1908 to 1912, Braque's was mainly associated with Pablo Picasso. Both artists had a similar Cubist approach making Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque artwork at auction indistinguishable. However, Picasso's popularity often overshadowed Braque's work. The complexity of the pictorial experience in Georges Braque's artworks can be observed in his 1910 to 1912 series Bottles and Fishes. These artworks depict the traditional ideas of illusionism dissolving into a combination of space and volume. Georges Braque was born in Argenteuil-sur-Seine in France and learned arts at the École des Beaux-Arts in Le Havre. The artists also attended the Académie Humbert and came to know artists like Marie Laurencin and Francis Picabia. Here his work quickly transitioned from Impressionism to Fauvism. Georges Braque was an avant-garde painter. After visiting Pablo Picasso’s studio in 1907, Picasso's work Les Demoiselles d’Avignon influenced the artist. He started incorporating elements of Picasso's style in his artworks. As Braque's work became famous, his color palette became lighter. However, it still retained the abstract dynamism from his previous Cubist works. Georges Braque artwork at auction is often available with leading auction houses and art dealers. 20th-century art collectors can find Georges Braque artwork for sale online with leading auction houses and exhibitions. Today, his works are on display at the Tate Gallery in London, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and others.