Marc Chagall lithograph “The couple in the tree”

Nr. 1841 | 2.200,– Euro
Marc Chagall litograph

Marc Chagall lithograph
“The couple in the tree”
(*1887 Vitebsk (RU) – †1985 Saint-Paul-de-Vence (FR)).

Original lithograph, 1964. Murlot no.397.
Catalog raisonné: M.397.

Height: 32 cm / 56 cm | Width: 24 cm / 47,3 cm

Marc Chagall lithograph

The lithograph depicts a couple sitting in a tree. The tree is covered with green leaves and pink flowers, while the background is in various shades of blue. The couple themselves wear light clothing and seem to be lost in a tender embrace.

Chagall often used such surrealist motifs to depict his dreams and memories. In this work, he combines the romantic motif of the couple with nature to create an idyllic and harmonious world.

Marc Chagall Marc Chagall (1887-1985) was a French-Russian painter and graphic artist of the 20th century. He was born in Russia and studied in St. Petersburg and later in Paris, where he established himself in the art scene. Chagall was known for his unique style, which combined elements of cubism, surrealism, and expressionism. His works were characterized by vibrant colors, fantastic elements, and a poetic mood.

Chagall created a variety of artworks, including paintings, watercolors, drawings, and graphics. Many of his works contained biblical and Jewish motifs, which were often connected to his own life story and memories of his hometown of Vitebsk. He was also known for his depictions of circus scenes, cityscapes, and landscapes.

Chagall had a long and productive career spanning several decades. He received numerous awards and honors for his work and is considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His works can be found in many prestigious museums and galleries around the world.

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