Modern art movements, such as Fauvism and Cubism, have become frequent choices for art print reproductions. Braque's work features amongst the most popular and you will find much of his work available to buy from our paintings section. The simplicity and boldness of many modern art styles prove very suitable for giving instant impact in your home, where as more complex renaissance and baroque artworks require a certain amount of space in order to be fully appreciated. The fame of Picasso has brought extra attention to the Cubist art movement, and some of this interest has carried on to other members of this group, including Georges Braque and Juan Gris.

Braque's artworks are suitable for both framed and unframed reproductions, depending on your budget and personal taste. Simple prints can be very affordable and essentially serve as high quality posters. Framed prints offer a more classic finish, protecting the reproduced print as well as offering opportunities for inline cards to provide space between the edge of the frame and the artwork. Special, limited edition prints are available for many artists from the 20th century, always on a small run of up to several hundred reproductions. Those with larger budgets may look at these instead of the standard ones.

When choosing your specific artwork, there are many to choose from. Braque worked hard throughout his life and the majority of his work falls into two main categories, being his cubist and fauvist paintings. These are two opposed styles in terms of colour palettes, so you may have a strong preference of one over the other. You can then find all manner of different interpretations of each style across his career, with different angles, arrangements, etc. There may even be a favourite Braque painting that you have not even discovered yet. The major retailers online will normally be able to offer a large catalogue of his work, almost everything he ever produced, which you can go through to find your preferred artwork for repoduction.

Once you have selected one, perhaps read any reviews that may have been left previously in order to ensure the quality of the print being used by that company. Normally, a top level retailer should be fine, and you may even have used them before for a different artist. Will you frame the item? This will add cost, both on the product and also from shipping, but it will help to protect the painting as well as offering a more professional, stylish finish. Many styles and materials are available, but for this artist normally a fairly simple approach is best, perhaps a black wooden frame to allow the artwork to take centre stage would be the best idea.

Those unsure which product to go for might even consider a Picasso print instead. His ouevre is even larger and much more diverse, with drawings of animals, many different art movements covered besides cubism and also some ingenious innovations that no other artist could possibly match. Picasso's output is also particularly well served online and more artworks from his career are added all the time. Many discover the work of Gris and Braque via Picasso's world famous career, due to their connections via the cubist movement, but there are yet more artists to check out within this group, besides these three main spearheads of this modern movement. You may also like Dali prints.

Most Popular Georges Braque Prints

This was a productive and passionate artist who created a huge number of paintings and drawings during his career. So how might one choose a painting to get reproduced, with so many to pick from? We have included the most popular prints below, those that customers tend to choose from this large array of work, but you may well have your own ideas or conditions specific to you. For followers of his cubist work, there are many fairly similar pieces to pick from and it might be worth looking deep into his career to find quite the arrangement that best suites your tastes. You might even consider buying several Braque prints and then hanging them in different parts of your home, then perhaps sometimes rotating them in order to keep each room fresh and interesting.