Marc Chagall was fascinated with classical stories of old, love, the circus, and his Jewish roots. From rare early proofs and deluxe editions to etchings on paper, each work is an example of the artistic talents showcased by a Modern Master. Chagall stood out as a colorist who could express his rich imagination with an equally rich palette of colors—one layered upon the next until his vision was fully captured. Whether his subject was his quiet and unending love of his muse and wife, Bella, or his spontaneous love of the dynamic energy on display at the circus, or his eternal love of Judaism, Chagall always found ways to creatively express himself. These works are mid-range only in terms of affordability. They are remarkable in terms of being insights into the mind of a genius.
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