Marc Chagall

Chagall’s Darker Side

Contemplating the iconic painter’s ‘displaced’ years, when his central metaphor was the crucifixion.
09/16/2013 - 20:00
Jewish Week Book Critic

For many, Marc Chagall’s paintings are easy to love. His vibrantly colored landscapes are dreamscapes full of life and longing, with many motifs drawn from his observant home in the Russian town of Vitebsk. 

“Persecution,” collection Herta and Paul Amir, Beverly Hills, California. © 2013 Artists Rights Society
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