Collection: Marc Chagall (Russian/French 1887-1985)

"Mark Zakharovich Shagal was born in the town of Vitebsk in White Russia in 1887. The oldest child in a large, penniless family, he grew up in a very devout Jewish environment. The security he experienced in his youth (that is the love, the warmth, the joy of festivities) would form the foundation for Chagall's entire life, and is a constant in his work. France became his second home, which he left only when World War II forced him to flee to America. Upon his return, Chagall met a young man at the famous Parisian printer Mourlot who was able to do all kinds of things with the lithographic technique: Charles Sorlier the head of lithography department. Artists such as Miro, Léger, Picasso and Matisse brought their lithographic stones here to have them printed. It was Sorlier who kept urging Chagall to produce color lithographs. He would be friends and closely work with Chagall until Chagall's death." (Wuyt Art)
  • Graphic works

    Marc Chagall, Russian-French (1887-1985)

    Graphic works

    MP. 26

    Lithograph 
    from the "Affiches Originales" series. 
    Printed by Mourlot Freres in Paris, 1959.
    Presented in 16 x 20 in. acid free, archival museum...

    Regular price
    $195.00
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    $195.00

  • Chagall - Paintings, Watercolours, Drawings

    Marc Chagall, Russian-French (1887-1985)

    Chagall - Paintings, W...

    MP. 17

    Lithograph 
    from the "Affiches Originales" series. 
    Printed by Mourlot Freres in Paris, 1959.
    Presented in 16 x 20 in. acid free, archival museum...

    Regular price
    Temporarily out of stock
    I can usually source this poster. If you are interested please contact me. Greg
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