Marc Chagall (1887 - 1985) was a Russian-born Jewish painter, lithographer, etcher and designer.Born in Vitebsk of a deeply religious Jewish family. His work was somewhat influenced by Cubism, but differed from it in his love of fantasy. 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.
From Twelve Maquettes of Stained Glass Windows for Jerusalem.
Beautifully mounted and framed to museum standards.
During the late 1950’s, Chagall was commissioned to create stained glass windows for Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Synagogue, located in the Judaean Hills of Jerusalem. One window was to represent each of the Twelve Tribes of Israel, each with a unique composition.
Why is this rare?This artwork was printed by the Mourlot Studio, a leading art printer of the 20th century. It is hand signed by Chagall. Its small edition size of 10 artist’s proofs and 150 prints further contributes to its desirability.
A beautiful lithograph produced under the supervision of Chagall at the Mourlot studio in Paris and printed in 1962. One of a pair created to accompany the Jerusalem Windows.
Beautifully mounted and framed to museum standard.
During the late 1950's, Marc Chagall was commissioned to create stained glass windows for Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Centre Synagogue, located in the Judaean Hills of Jerusalem. One window was to represent each of the Twelve Tribes of Israel, each with a unique composition. Under the supervision of Chagall, those studies were made into lithographs at the Mourlot studio in Paris and printed in 1962.
The full set of 12 lithographs of the stained windows just in.Each beautifully mounted and framed to museum standard.
£975 each or £11,000 for the set
Referenced in the Catalogue raisone: Mourlot 642
Sheet 16 from "La Fontaine's Fables", a project for Ambrose Vollard, which Chagall worked on between 1927 - 1930 and was published in 1952.
Referenced in Cramer books 22.
Featuring Chagall's 'Blue Bird' and in stunning condition.
Framed and glazed.