CHAGALL Exhibition in the Royal Museum of fine Arts in Belgium
Posted On 25 Feb 2015 / 0 Comment
Private Collection Basel
He painted dreams, stories for Alice in wonderland… Watching his paintings is like dipping into a barrel of clours. Over 200 works of Marc Chagall have been gathered worldwide for this major retrospective exhibition. From early paintings of 1908 to his final, monumental works of the 1980s, the show offers a rich overview of the painter’s artistic career.
The exhibition presents the main themes of his work, in particular his connection with Jewish culture, the iconography of the Jewish village, folk traditions, but also his discovery of 17th century literature such as La Fontaine, the revelation of light and the particular use of colour.
Special attention is given to his Russian period at a time his personal style stands out in an avant-garde art scene featured by the cubist revolution.
La scala in Florence, Museum of modern Art NYC
The original poetic language of Chagall is faithfully revived and the visitors are immersed in his amazing artistic world influenced by different cultures and traditions.
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