Marc Chagall

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Marc Chagall ( Vitebsk, Russia 7 July 1887 – Saint-Paul de Vence, France 28 March 1985) was a French of Russian - Jewish origin. Painter and Stained Glass Artist.

Chagall's artworks fit into modern art categories including Cubism and Fauvism. A painter-poet celebrated by Apollinaire and Cendrars, Chagall brought back the forgotten dimension of metaphor into French formalism.

Petite gallery

Moses receiving the tables of the law (detail)

"Moïse recevant les Tables de la Loi", (detail).

Paris Opera Ceiling, 1964.

See also

Bella with white collar, 1917.

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