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Georges Braque was a pioneer of the innovative Cubist art movement. Throughout his career, Braque painted still lifes and explored new ways of seeing familiar things by manipulating their color, line, and texture. Braque had a lengthy career as a painter that extended far beyond the Cubist era, during which he worked closely with Pablo Picasso.

    After meeting Pablo Picasso, Braque began to develop a Cubist style, even though he had begun as a member of the Fauves. Braque said that, unlike Picasso, his work was "devoid of iconological commentary," focusing instead solely on pictorial space and arrangement despite their paintings' same color palette, style, and subject matter.

    Braque aimed for equilibrium and harmony in his creations, particularly using papier collés, a technique of pasted paper collage that he and Picasso developed in 1912. However, Braque advanced the art of collage by using glued-together advertisements. This anticipated media critique in contemporary art, such as Pop art.

    In order to give his works a sense of depth, Braque used techniques like as stenciling letters onto canvases, mixing colours with sand, and emulating natural materials like wood grain and marble. The still lifes he paints are so abstract that they verge on becoming patterns that reflect the objects without actually depicting them.