Henri Gaudier-Brzeska Cat Unframed Mini Print

£10.00 £14.00

Unframed giclée reproduction print

Size: 11 x 14in (280 x 356 mm)

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska
Cat, c.1913

Printed in the UK exclusively for Kettle’s Yard.

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Henri Gaudier was born in St. Jean de Braye, near Orleans, in France. He first came to Britain in 1908. He met Sophie Brzeska while working as a student in the evenings at Ste. Genevieve Library in Paris in 1910. In the same year he left France under a cloud of social hostility and settled in England adding the name Brzeska to his own soon after. He worked in isolation until he met Middleton Murray in 1912, whereafter he built up a circle of artists and intellectuals which included Ezra Pound, Wyndham Lewis and T. E. Hulme. He became involved in Pound's and Lewis' Vorticist group, contributing to the two issues of their magazine Blast. Gaudier was killed in action during the First World War in Belgium.

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