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Marc Chagall (French, b. Belorussia, 1887–1895), who blended Russian expressionism with French cubism, is considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century. Born to an Orthodox Jewish family, Chagall studied in Russia and later in Paris, melding Russian expressionism with French cubism. His distinctive treatment of spatial relationships, use of intense color, unique sense of stylized abstraction and humor earned him a welcome into the circles of both the Russian and European avant garde. Chagall’s dreamlike imagery, wrought in every medium from painting to stained glass, earned him a worldwide audience, great success and accolades from noted critics, such as Robert Hughes, who deemed Chagall “the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century.”
Contains five each of the following notecards:
Illustration from Les Ateliers de Chagall by Robert Marteau, 1964, published 1976
Dance of Miriam, Sister of Moses, from The Story of the Exodus, 1966
Me and My Village (study for the painting To Russia, Asses and Others), c. 1911
20 cards and envelopes included
Each card measures 5" x 7"
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