|Oiseau Blanc, 1961 , Ceramic Plaque|
|Theiere et Fruits, c. 1950 , Collotype|
In 1931, Georges Braque created his first engraved plasters and began to portray mythological subjects. Georges Braque had his first important art retrospective in 1933 at the Kunsthalle Basel. In 1937 Braque won First Prize at the Carnegie International, in Pittsburgh.
|Georges Braque at his studio with Mourlot and Master Printers, 1962|
|Louvre I , c. 1955, Lithograph|
|Louvre IV, c. 1955, Lithograph|
During the last few years of Braque’s life, ill health prevented Braque from undertaking further large-scale commissions, but Baroque continued to paint, create lithographs, and design jewelry. Georges Braque died on August 31, 1963, in Paris with his wife, Marcelle, at his side.