Mark Harden's Artchive Braque, Georges
Fruit Dish
[Paris, winter] 1908-09
Oil on canvas
21 1/4 x 25 1/2 in. (54 x 65 cm.)
Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Romilly 35

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John Golding, "Cubism: A History and an Analysis 1907-1914":

"The objects in Braque's painting...'Still Life with Fruit Dish'...are more roughly faceted [than Picasso's contemporary work], and the whole surface is broken up in terms of the same angular but subtly modulated planes which carry the eye back into a limited depth and then forward again on to the picture plane in a series of gentle declivities and projections. In the work of both painters one becomes increasingly aware that they are making use of a variable viewpoint."