Marc Chagall 1887 - 1985 was a Russian Jewish painter, lithographer, etcher and designer. poetic. His figurative style made him one of most popular modern artists, while his long life and varied output made him one of the most internationally recognized. He died at 98 years old and he was the last surviving member of the School of Paris
Lithographs printed in 1962 from the 'Twelve Tribes of Israel' series.
Printed by Charles Sorlier at Mourlot, Paris. Reproducing the stained glass windows at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Centre and representing some of his richest and most beautiful work.
Each measures 32.5 x 24.5 and has been framed to museum standards behind anti-UVA glass.
L'Ange du jugement II, 1974 - Hand signed
A wonderful lithograph printed in colours on thin wove, signed and dated by Marc Chagall in black pen.
A fine impression of the definitive state. From the edition with poster lettering added produced to advertise an exhibition of the artist’s work at the Musee National Message Biblique, Nice, July-September, 1974 (apart from the edition of 200 printed prior to the addition of the poster lettering).
Transcribed by Charles Sorlier from Chagall’s maquette for “Adam and Eve Banished from Paradise,” the stained glass window on the west side of the northern transept of the Cathedral of Metz, with the annotation “CH. SORLIER GRAV.” added to the stone lower left. Published by Editions des Amis du Message Biblique Marc Chagall, Nice, bearings its blindstamp in the sheet upper left; printed at Atelier Mourlot, Paris.
A fine and rare example that has been mounted and framed to museum standards.
Ref (Sorlier Posters p.139) Catalog: Mourlot V CS45; Chagall’s Posters Catalogue Raisonne p. 138