Georges Braque produced his first print, Nu (Nude), in 1907-1908. It was an etching, printed in an edition of thirty prints and published by Maeght.

A few years later, 1911-1912, he would create his first engraved sketch, Fox, during the cubist period. Throughout his career, Braque remained interested in these artistic reproductions. He would further experiment with etching, aquatint, woodcut, and lithography. This last technique, lithography, would produce Verre et Fruits (Glass and Fruits) in 1921. Braque held particularly affection for lithography, which he considered as closely related to painting. During the Metamorphoses period, he would produce his last lithograph, Pélias et Nélée, for the last exhibition at the Louvre.

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