Shades of Blue 92 Marc Chagall

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Blue 92

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The cycle of gouaches of the Fables of La Fontaine, inspired by the fortunate encounter with the great publisher and art dealer Vollard, is one of the most astounding examples of Chagall’s innovative creativity during this period. Here he achieved a perfect balance between this classic work of French literature and the metaphors it contains, particularly dear to Russian culture Les deux pigeons, 1925 – aquarelle et gouache sur papier

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) From Fables of La Fontaine - Les deux chèvres From Fables of La Fontaine - L'aigle et l'escarbot (sold 210,750 EUR )

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From Fables of La Fontaine - Le loup et l’agneau Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) From Fables of La Fontaine - Les deux mulets

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) From Fables of La Fontaine - L'Aigle, la Laie et la Chatte From Fables of La Fontaine - Le petit poisson et le pecheur 1926

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) From Fables of La Fontaine - L'Homme et son Image From Fables of La Fontaine - Le corbeau voulant imiter l‘aigle

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From Fables of La Fontaine - Le renard et les poulets d‘Inde Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) From Fables of La Fontaine - La chatte transformée en femme

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) From Fables of La Fontaine - Le Renard et les Raisins From Fables of La Fontaine - Le Cygne et le Cuisinier

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) From Fables of La Fontaine - L'Ours et l'amateur des jardins The Peacock Complaining to Juno

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Cows over Vitebsk (1966) Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Cock Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Plumes en fleur L'oiseau Bleu (1952)

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The street performers in the night La pendule à l'aile bleue, 1949

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Nice - Museum Marc Chagall The museum houses the largest public collection of works by the Russian-French modernist artist Marc Chagall

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Moses and the Burning Bush Nice - Museum Marc Chagall

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Angel with Palette Muse’e national d’Art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985)

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Jacob wrestling with the angel; Nice - Museum Marc Chagall Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Jacob wrestling with the ange ( La lutte de Jacob et de l'ange)

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Illustrations for the Bible – Moïse, 1956 Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Illustrations for the Bible – David with harp

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) La création de l'homme Noah's Ark. 1966

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Nice - Museum Marc Chagall

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Jacob's Dream (Le songe de Jacob) Nice - Museum Marc Chagall

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The flight into Egypt

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Persecution, 1941 Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The candlestick 1962

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Fall of the Angel, 1932

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) sold 4,737,500 USD Still-life (Nature morte) 1912

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Le clown à la mandoline (Pr. $ 2,258,340) Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Enfant avec une Colombe (1977)

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Clown musicien (Pr. $ 602,035) Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le Cirque - L'Ecuyère et le clown amoureux - 1962-1967

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Equestrienne (L'écuyère)

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Magician Les cyclistes 1956-1957

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Le Cirque - Les cyclistes - 1962-1967 Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le coq violet

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le cirque bleu 1950

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Circus 1979 La Danse II 1967

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Circus (print) (Price Realised USD 35,000) Le cirque 1967

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le grand cirque (Sold 16,034,000 USD)

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Circus Rider The Art Institute of Chicago Les fiancés au cirque, 1982

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Juggler of Paris (1969) Two green profile in the circus

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Le voyageur (En Avant!) ( *Sold $748,800) Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) En Avant! Forward, Forward! 1918 Musée de Grenoble

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The Monsters of Notre-Dame 1954 - The Art Institute of Chicago Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le monstre de Notre-Dame, 1953

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Monotypes en couleur (1963) Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Sun of Paris (1975)

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In 1948, Marc Chagall was asked to produce a set of lithographs for Pantheon Books’ publication of Four Tales from the Arabian Nights. The project represents the artist’s first foray into lithography, and is considered the finest example of the medium printed in the United States before 1950. It received the graphic prize in the 1948 Venice Biennale. The portfolio was released in a regular edition of 90, containing 12 plates, and a deluxe edition of 11, which includes a thirteenth plate

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Four Tales From the Arabian Nights, Plate 3 Then he spent the night with her The Art Institute of Chicago Four Tales From the Arabian Nights, Plate 5 So I came forth of the sea…

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Four Tales From the Arabian Nights, Plate 6 So she came down from the tree… Four Tales From the Arabian Nights, Plate 8 When Abdullah got the net ashore…

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Four Tales From the Arabian Nights, Plate 9 Abdullah discovered before him… Indianapolis Museum of Art Four Tales From the Arabian Nights, Plate 11 He went up to the couch and found a young lady asleep…

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Four Tales From the Arabian Nights, Plate 12 Mounting the ebony horse he took her… Four Tales From the Arabian Nights, Plate 13

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le rêve, 1927 Musée d'art moderne de la ville de Paris

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le Marchand de bestiaux, 1922-1923 Musée de Grenoble

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le Marchand de bestiaux, 1922-1923 (detail) Musée de Grenoble

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le Marchand de bestiaux, 1922-1923 (detail) Musée de Grenoble

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) The Gladiolas Le Violoniste Bleu 1929 ( Vendu 610,000 USD)

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Marc Chagall (Russian, 1887-1985) Le Violoniste Bleu (1947) « Les deux merveilles du monde sont la Bible et la musique de Mozart. Et une troisième, naturellement, l’amour. »   Marc Chagall

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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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