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Synonyms for Chagall

French painter (born in Russia) noted for his imagery and brilliant colors (1887-1985)


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the galleries are distinguished by works of art by Philippe Bertho, Erte, Marc Chagall, Robert Deyber, Francois Fressinier, Kerry Hallam, Frederick Hart, Keith Haring, Douglas Hofmann, Liudmila Kondakova, Rene Lalonde, Felix Mas, Takashi Murakami, Picasso, Rembrandt, Andy Warhol and many others.
The challenge with Chagall is so often to love him in spite of himself, or rather in spite of the naive persona he fastidiously constructed for himself in writings and interviews.
The color green, which Chagall equated with life and hope, appears both in the floral greenery and the painter's tunic.
Anholt's portrait of Chagall, told as a picture-book tale, is sure to win kids over.
While many runways favored dramatic geographic lines, Armani chose a softer optical effect, a bleeding of one color into the other that the designer said was a nod to Chagall.
Four years earlier, Chagall and his wife, Vava, had spent some time at the Nefs' home.
It's telling that Chagall, a Russian-born Jewish artist, painted it in the same year as Kristallnacht, the 'Night of Broken Glass' that offered a grim foreshadowing of the Holocaust," he wrote.
Off the parc, take a short stroll to enjoy the local bars and restaurants, or the nearby sights of Collioure - an inspiration to Picasso, Chagall and Matisse - the town of Saint Andre and the palaces of Perpignan.
In a recent interview published in America magazine, Pope Francis identified Marc Chagall as one of his favorite artists.
Recently, British collector Martin Lang submitted a nude he believed to have been painted by Marc Chagall in 1909-10 to BBC1's Fake or Fortune to be evaluated by a panel of experts.
Martin Lang bought what he thought was an original work by Russian artist Marc Chagall in 1992 for PS100,000 and more than 20 years later his son called in BBC1's Fake Or Fortune to examine it.
Martin Lang, 63, bought the work, claimed to have been painted by Russian-born artist Marc Chagall, in 1992 but on BBC1's Fake Or Fortune tonight, a panel in Paris condemn it as a forgery.
The trove is believed to include works by Matisse, Picasso and Chagall, the news magazine Focus reports.