Marc Chagall lithograph “Clown with flowers”
“Clown with flowers”
1964 | Murlot-No. 399
Marc Chagall (*1887 Vitebsk (RU) – †1985 Saint-Paul-de-Vence (FR))
Height: 31,5 cm / 56 cm Width: 24 cm / 47,4 cm
Catalog raisonné: M.399
Marc Chagall “Clown with flowers”
This lithograph is a work of art by the Russian-French painter Marc Chagall. The picture shows a clown with a bouquet of flowers and a horse’s head.
Chagall created the image in the 1964s and it is part of a series of lithographs he made on various subjects. “Clown Adorned with Flowers” is one of his best-known works and shows Chagall’s typical style, which is characterized by surrealistic elements and lively colours.
The artwork is now part of many important collections in museums around the world and is often regarded as an example of Chagall’s unique artistic expression and his ability to express emotions and moods in his works.
Marc Chagall (1887-1985) was a 20th-century Franco-Russian painter and printmaker. Born in Russia, he 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 bright colors, fantastical elements and a poetic mood.
Chagall created a variety of works of art, including paintings, watercolors, drawings, and graphics. Many of his works contained biblical and Jewish motifs, often linked 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 prolific career that spanned several decades. He received numerous awards and honors for his work and is now considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His works can be found in many renowned museums and galleries around the world.
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