Shades of Blue 90 Marc Chagall

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Blue 90

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Reims Cathedral is where the kings of France were crowned Classed by UNESCO as a world heritage site in 1991. Marc Chagall designed the stained glass installed in 1974 in the axis of the apse

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Marc Chagall windows in the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Reims

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Marc Chagall created three beautiful stained glass panels in 1974. These windows are in the apse of the cathedral, behind the main altar. The left hand window focuses on the Old Testament and the tree of Jesse. It culminates at the top with a beautiful Virgin and Child, shown with green haloes indicating rebirth. The middle window is devoted to the stories of Abraham and Christ. Christ on the cross dominates the right hand panel. The third window, on the right, reminds us of the other great function of the Reims Cathedral , the coronation of the kings of France (seven of France's future kings would be crowned at Reims)

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Tree of Jesse stained glass window in the Reims Cathedral The people praying before the Virgin The people praying before the Virgin

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Tree of Jesse stained glass window in the Reims Cathedral The people praying before the Virgin David playing the harp Saul the rejected king David playing the harp

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Tree of Jesse stained glass window in the Reims Cathedral The people praying before the Virgin David playing the harp Saul the rejected king Saul the rejected king

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Tree of Jesse stained glass window in the Reims Cathedral The Virgin Mary carrying the Child Solomon rendering justice The Jesse Tree Solomon rendering justice

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Marc Chagall - Tree of Jesse stained glass window The Jesse Tree

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Marc Chagall - The Life of Christ stained glass window

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Marc Chagall - The Life of Christ stained glass window Jacob's dream The sacrifice of Isaac Christ descended from the cross Christ emerging alive from the tomb Jacob's dream

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Marc Chagall - The Life of Christ stained glass window Jacob's dream The sacrifice of Isaac Christ descended from the cross Christ emerging alive from the tomb The sacrifice of Isaac

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Marc Chagall - The Life of Christ stained glass window Christ descended from the cross Christ emerging alive from the tomb Christ descended from the cross Christ emerging alive from the tomb

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Marc Chagall - The Life of Christ stained glass window Abraham Abraham et Melchisédech Christ on the cross Abraham Abraham et Melchisédech

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Coronation of the Kings of France stained glass window in Reims

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Coronation of the Kings of France stained glass window in Reims Saint Louis rendering justice

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Coronation of the Kings of France stained glass window in Reims Saint Louis rendering justice The coronation of the young Saint Louis on the forecourt of the cathedral The coronation of the young Saint Louis on the forecourt of the cathedral

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Coronation of the Kings of France stained glass window in Reims The parable of the Kingdom of Heaven: The coronation of Charles VII in the presence of Joan of Arc

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Coronation of the Kings of France stained glass window in Reims The parable of the Kingdom of Heaven: The baptism of Clovis by Saint Rémi in the presence of Clotilde

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The choir windows of the Fraumünster Church in Zurich The window of Prophets in orange and red (details)

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Jacob wrestling with the angel Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The choir windows of the Fraumünster Church in Zurich The Jacob window

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The choir windows of the Fraumünster Church in Zurich The Jacob window The Zion window

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The choir windows of the Fraumünster Church in Zurich The Zion window

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The choir windows of the Fraumünster Church in Zurich The Low window (the story of Moses and the ten commandments)

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Musée National Marc Chagall – Nice

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Musée National Marc Chagall – Nice

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Musée National Marc Chagall – Nice (details)

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Musée National Marc Chagall – Nice

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Musée National Marc Chagall – Nice

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In September 17, 1961, Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjöld (then the second Secretary-General of the UN) and 15 others died in a plane crash en route to a peace mission. After this tragic crash, the UN staff set up a committee and a foundation for the purpose of creating a memorial. The foundation chose Marc Chagall, already famous for his stained-glass masterpieces, to create this memorial. They requested that Chagall create a free-standing piece of stained-glass in memory of Dag Hammarskjöld and the others who lost their lives in the cause of peace. Full name is “The Window of Peace and Human Happiness”

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Peace, 1964, a stained glass memorial at the United Nations, New York

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Peace, 1964 (details) a stained glass memorial at the United Nations, New York

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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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