At the end of his life, Georges Braque, creator of cubism, noticed that he had made very few works in three-dimensional form. He chose a hundred of his works from amongst his major themes, sketched them in gouache, and then had them transformed into sculptures.
Hermes is the only sculpture from Georges Braque’s Metamorphoses period. In it one sees the expression of those ideas in three-dimensional space.
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