Véra Braun (or Vera Braun, Vera Braun-Lengyel), born in Budapest (Hungary) in 1902 and died in Saint-Maurice-de-Lignon (Haute-Loire) in 1997, is an engraver, draftsman and painter of Hungarian origin.
Arriving in Paris in 1928, Véra Braun was influenced by the cubism of Georges Braque and worked in the workshops of André Lhote, then Fernand Léger. Over the years, his style evolved from a naive figuratism, at its beginnings, to more abstract compositions in perpetual research1.
She received the International Prize for Painting in 1959. Camille Renault organized her second exhibition in Paris in 1973 and then exhibited it again in 1976. She was the muse of the writer Eugène Dabit.