Shades of Blue 89 Marc Chagall

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89 Blue

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Christ surrounded by symbols, study for the rose window of the cathedral of Metz, 1964 Nice Museum

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Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France «De 1958 à 1968, Marc Chagall enlumina notre cathédrale avec la complicité des verriers rémois Charles Marcq et Brigitte Simon. Il sertit la pierre de rubis, de topazes, d'émeraude et d'améthystes»

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 11

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 11

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 11 Abraham's sacrifice Jacob wrestling with the angel Jacob dreaming Moses and the burning bush

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 11 Abraham's sacrifice

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 11 Abraham's sacrifice

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 11 Jacob wrestling with the angel

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz Jacob dreaming Moses and the burning bush

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Marc Chagall - Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz - Jacob dreaming

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz Moses and the burning bush

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 11 & 9 La rose bleue Moses receives the tables of the Law David and Bath-Sheba The Exodus and the tears of Jeremiah

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 9

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 9 La rose bleue detail

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 9 La rose bleue and the tympan of window

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 9 Moses receives the tables of the Law

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 9 Moses receives the tables of the Law (detail)

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 9 David and Bath-Sheba

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz David and Bath-Sheba

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz David and Bath-Sheba

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz The Exodus and the tears of Jeremiah

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz The Exodus and the tears of Jeremiah

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Bay 9 Tympan of window detail

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, France Genesis window by Marc Chagall, 1959-63

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Chagall wrote: “To me, stained glass is the transparent wall between my heart and the world’s. Stained glass is uplifting, it requires gravity and passion. It must come alive through the light it receives. The Bible is light already, and stained glass should make this obvious through grace and simplicity.” Genesis window, 1959-63

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During the winter of 2008, a thief had entered the cathedral at night, breaking the lower part of the stained glass window of Creation. However, these yellow glasses were specially designed for Chagall by Saint-Just glassworks (in the Rhône). It is also called "yellow Chagall". Mr. Bonato restoring the window

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Genesis window by Marc Chagall, 1959-63 The subjects are from Genesis; left to right they are the Creation of Adam & Eve, the Garden of Eden, The Temptation & the Expulsion from Paradise

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, Genesis window, The Temptation

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, Genesis window, The Temptation & the Expulsion from Paradise

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, Genesis window, the Expulsion from Paradise

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz, Genesis window, the Expulsion from Paradise

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Marc Chagall was a French-Russian artist whose work anticipated the dream-like imagery of Surrealism. Over the course of his career Chagall developed the poetic, amorphous, and deeply personal visual language. Born Moishe Shagal on July 7, 1887 in Vitebsk, Russia (present-day Belarus) to a Hasidic Jewish family, the artist was raised immersed in Jewish culture and iconography. Studying under the artist Yehuda Pen as a youth, the Judaic traditions and folklore of his hometown permeated Chagall’s paintings. After studying in St. Petersburg, the artist moved to Paris in 1910, where he quickly befriended members of the French avant-garde, including Robert Delaunay and Fernand Léger. Visiting Russia in 1914, the artist was prevented from returning to Paris due to the outbreak of World War I until 1926. In addition to his paintings, Chagall was also noted for his vibrant works in stained glass and lithography. Forced to flee Paris during World War II, Chagall lived in the United States and traveled through to Israel before returning to France in 1948. In 1958, Chagall met glass art masters Charles Marq and Brigitte Simon, who would become his longtime collaborators. During the 1960s Chagall continued to travel widely, often in association with large-scale commissions he received. Among these were windows for the synagogue of the Hadassah University Medical Center, Jerusalem (installed in 1962); a ceiling for the Paris Opéra (installed in 1964); a window for the United Nations building, New York (installed in 1964); murals for the Metropolitan Opera House, New York (installed in 1967); and windows for the cathedral in Metz Cathedral, one of the largest and most beautiful Gothic churches in France (1958-1968). Today, his works are held in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Tate Gallery in London, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, and the Albertina in Vienna, among others

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