Marc Chagall:
Painting "Fleurs sur fond rouge" (1970), Framed 


Marc Chagall:
Painting "Fleurs sur fond rouge" (1970), Framed 

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Reproduktion auf Aquarellpapier | Framed | Mat | Glazed | Format 79 x 79 cm

Marc Chagall: Painting "Fleurs sur fond rouge" (1970), Framed 

Chagal and the flowers: the circus, the cow, the king, the cock and the man playing the violin - this is a complete arsenal of always returning painting motives in the works of Chagal, wich have long been the subject of scientific analyses and more or less successful interpretation attempts. But not the flowers. They are omnipresent and served him as the element of paintings or as a motive for individual works.
An especially beautiful example of this is the painting of the flowers on the red background, which was created in 1970 in the age of 83 at the edge of his life as a person and the artist.

High-quality reproduction on the watercolor paper. Sheet format 70 x 90 cm. Framed in the elaborate gold-colored solid-wood frame with a beveled mat, glazed. Format 79 x 79 cm.

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Marc Chagall was born in Vitebsk, Belorussia in 1887. He began his work in the Pen workshops in Vitebsk in 1906 and Bakst in St. Petersburg in 1907. He travelled to Paris in 1911 where his encounters with the Avant-Gardists were decisive. In 1914, the first exhibition of monographs was organized in Berlin before his return to Vitebsk. Chagall became Public Superintendent of Fine Arts and founded an art school. The painter left Russia definitively in 1923 and moved to Paris where he developed a personal style that demonstrated the marriage of iconography and Jewish, Russian and French culture. Upon his return in 1948 from self-imposed exile in the United States during World War II, Chagall became one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century - a marvellous colorist and story teller - until his death in 1985 at Saint-Paul, France.