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Painting 2 assignment 1 in the style of Marc Chagall inspired by Edger Allen poe
 
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To do a painting in a style of a well known artist I choose Marc Chagall his work is very interesting so I choose him I hope you like it
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Art Inspired by Marc Chagall
 
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Students illustrate a memory from their own lives in the surrealist style of Mark Chagall. The biography Getting To Know The World Greatest Artist: Mark Chagall by Mike Venezia was used to introduce students to the artist. Here is a link to the handout https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SAUUC3Vc_ozMkgGlnzZq7ZxfR8ay5ZEy2DQpsFDZ6O0/edit?usp=sharing
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Marc Chagall
 
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Marc Chagall (1887-1985) was a Russian-Jewish painter of the 20th Century and one of the best known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. Chagall painted in a style all his own, combining elements of Expressionism, Symbolism, Cubism and, to a lesser degree, other Modernist art movements. A prolific and multi-faceted artist, Chagall left behind him thousands of works in many different techniques and media that have established him as one of the foremost artists of the 20th Century.
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Chagall Documentary
 
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Marc Zakharovich Chagall (/ʃəˈɡɑːl/ shə-GAHL;[3][nb 1] born Moishe Zakharovich Shagal;[4] 6 July [O.S. 24 June] 1887 – 28 March 1985) was a Russian-French artist of Belarusian Jewish origin.[1] An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic format, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints. Art critic Robert Hughes referred to Chagall as "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century" (though Chagall saw his work as "not the dream of one people but of all humanity"). According to art historian Michael J. Lewis, Chagall was considered to be "the last survivor of the first generation of European modernists". For decades, he "had also been respected as the world's preeminent Jewish artist". Using the medium of stained glass, he produced windows for the cathedrals of Reims and Metz, windows for the UN, and the Jerusalem Windows in Israel. He also did large-scale paintings, including part of the ceiling of the Paris Opéra. Before World War I, he travelled between Saint Petersburg, Paris and Berlin. During this period he created his own mixture and style of modern art based on his idea of Eastern European Jewish folk culture. He spent the wartime years in Soviet Belarus, becoming one of the country's most distinguished artists and a member of the modernist avant-garde, founding the Vitebsk Arts College before leaving again for Paris in 1922. He had two basic reputations, writes Lewis: as a pioneer of modernism and as a major Jewish artist. He experienced modernism's "golden age" in Paris, where "he synthesized the art forms of Cubism, Symbolism, and Fauvism, and the influence of Fauvism gave rise to Surrealism". Yet throughout these phases of his style "he remained most emphatically a Jewish artist, whose work was one long dreamy reverie of life in his native village of Vitebsk."[5] "When Matisse dies," Pablo Picasso remarked in the 1950s, "Chagall will be the only painter left who understands what colour really is".[6] An eclectic video library of music, arts, education, TV, history, transportation, documentaries and special rare videos for enjoyment and perusal. http://www.sherwayacademy.ca
Marc Chagall Oil Paintings
 
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Marc Chagall was a Russian-born French painter and designer, distinguished for his surrealistic inventiveness. He is recognized as one of the most significant painters and graphic artists of the 20th century. His work treats subjects in a vein of humor and fantasy that draws deeply on the resources of the unconscious. Chagall's personal and unique imagery is often suffused with exquisite poetic inspiration. Marc Chagall was born in Vitebsk, Byelorussia to a poor Hassidic family. The eldest of nine children, he studied first in a heder before moving to a secular Russian school, where he began to display his artistic talent. With his mother's support, and despite his father's disapproval, Chagall pursued his interest in art, going to St. Petersburg in 1907 to study art with Leon Bakst. Influenced by contemporary Russian painting, Chagall's distinctive, child-like style, often centering on images from his childhood, began to emerge. From 1910 to 1914, Chagall lived in Paris, and there absorbed the works of the leading cubist, surrealist, and fauvist painters. It was during this period that Chagall painted some of his most famous paintings of the Jewish shtetl or village, and developed the features that became recognizable trademarks of his art. Strong and often bright colors portray the world with a dreamlike, non-realistic simplicity, and the fusion of fantasy, religion, and nostalgia infuses his work with a joyous quality. Animals, workmen, lovers, and musicians populate his figures; the "fiddler on the roof" recurs frequently, often hovering within another scene. Chagall's work of this period displays the influence of contemporary French painting, but his style remains independent of any one school of art. He exhibited regularly in the Salon des Independants. Between 1915 and 1917 he lived in Saint Petersburg; after the Russian Revolution he was director of the Art Academy in Vitsyebsk from 1918 to 1919 and was art director of the Moscow Jewish State Theater from 1919 to 1922. Chagall painted several murals in the theater lobby and executed the settings for numerous productions. In 1923, he moved to France, where he spent the rest of his life, except for a period of residence in the United States from 1941 to 1948. He died in St. Paul de Vence, France, on March 28, 1985. Chagall's distinctive use of color and form is derived partly from Russian expressionism and was influenced decisively by French cubism. Crystallizing his style early, as in Candles in the Dark (1908, artist's collection), he later developed subtle variations. His numerous works represent characteristically vivid recollections of Russian-Jewish village scenes, as in I and the Village (1911, Museum of Modern Art, New York City), and incidents in his private life, as in the print series Mein Leben (German for "My Life,"1922), in addition to treatments of Jewish subjects, of which The Praying Jew (1914, Art Institute of Chicago) is one.His works combine recollection with folklore and fantasy. Biblical themes characterize a series of etchings executed between 1925 and 1939, illustrating the Old Testament, and the 12 stained-glass windows in the Hadassah Hospital of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem (1962). In 1973 Musée National Message Biblique Marc Chagall (National Museum of the Marc Chagall Biblical Message) was opened in Nice, France, to house hundreds of his biblical works. Chagall executed many prints illustrating literary classics. A canvas completed in 1964 covers the ceiling of the Opéra in Paris, and two large murals (1966) hang in the lobby of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. http://www.artisoo.com/shop-by-artist-marc-chagall-c-66_156_640.html http://www.artisoo.com/
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Chagall Marc 馬克·夏卡爾 (1887-1985) Cubism Naive Art Primitivism French
 
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[email protected] Marc Chagall (1887 - 1985) 馬克·夏卡爾 was born in Vitebsk, Byelorussia to a poor Hassidic family. The eldest of nine children, he studied first in a heder before moving to a secular Russian school, where he began to display his artistic talent. With his mother's support, and despite his father's disapproval, Chagall pursued his interest in art, going to St. Petersburg in 1907 to study art with Leon Bakst. Influenced by contemporary Russian painting, Chagall's distinctive, child-like style, often centering on images from his childhood, began to emerge. From 1910 to 1914, Chagall lived in Paris, and there absorbed the works of the leading cubist, surrealist, and fauvist painters. It was during this period that Chagall painted some of his most famous paintings of the Jewish shtetl or village, and developed the features that became recognizable trademarks of his art. Strong and often bright colors portray the world with a dreamlike, non-realistic simplicity, and the fusion of fantasy, religion, and nostalgia infuses his work with a joyous quality. Animals, workmen, lovers, and musicians populate his figures; the “fiddler on the roof” recurs frequently, often hovering within another scene. Chagall's work of this period displays the influence of contemporary French painting, but his style remains independent of any one school of art. He exhibited regularly in the Salon des Independants. In 1914, before the outbreak of World War I, Chagall held a one-man show in Berlin, exhibiting work dominated by Jewish images and personages. During the war, he resided in Russia, and in 1917, endorsing the revolution, he was appointed Commissar for Fine Arts in Vitebsk and then director of the newly established Free Academy of Art. The Bolshevik authorities, however, frowned upon Chagall's style of art as too modern, and in 1922, Chagall left Russia, settling in France one year later. He lived there permanently except for the years 1941—1948 when, fleeing France during World War II, he resided in the United States. Chagall's horror over the Nazi rise to power is expressed in works depicting Jewish martyrs and Jewish refugees. In addition to images of the Hassidic world, Chagall's paintings are inspired by themes from the Bible. His fascination with the Bible culminated in a series of over 100 etchings illustrating the Bible, many of which incorporate elements from Jewish folklore and from religious life in Vitebsk. Chagall's other illustrations include works by Gogol, La Fontaine, Y. L. Peretz, and his autobiographical Ma Vie (1931; My Life 1960) and Chagall by Chagall (1979). Chagall painted with a variety of media, such as oils, water colors, and gouaches. His work also expanded to other forms of art, including ceramics, mosaics, and stained glass. Among his most famous building decorations are the ceiling of the Opera House in Paris, murals at the New York Metropolitan Opera, a glass window at the United Nations, and decorations at the Vatican. Israel, which Chagall first visited in 1931 for the opening of the Tel Aviv Art Museum, is likewise endowed with some of Chagall's work, most notably the twelve stained glass windows at Hadassah Hospital and wall decorations at the Knesset. Chagall received many prizes and much recognition for his work. He was also one of very few artists to exhibit work at the Louvre in their lifetime. Chagall died on March 28, 1985, in Saint-Paul, France at age 97.
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Marc Chagall (clip)
 
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Geared toward young audiences, this video magically transports a cast of children to Marc Chagall's village in Russia, where they learn about the artist's life and gain insights into his colorfully imaginative painting style. This is part of the Magic Gallery series aimed at introducing young people to a variety of artistic styles. 17 minutes, color. direct link to purchase video: http://phoenixlearninggroup.com
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Marc Chagall   (1887 - 1985) - Music by Maurice Sklar - Please read the Info and Watch in 480P
 
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Marc Chagall, a Jewish Russian-French Painter and Artist, was born in 1887 to a poor Jewish family in Russia. He was the eldest of nine children... Chagall began to display his artistic talent while studying at a secular Russian school, and despite his fathers disapproval, in 1907 he began studying art with Leon Bakst in St. Petersburg... It was at this time that his distinct style that we recognize today began to emerge. As his paintings began to center on images from his childhood, the focus that would guide his artistic motivation for the rest of his life came to fruition... In 1910, Marc Chagall, moved to Paris .. It was during this period that he painted some of his most famous paintings of the Jewish village,... In addition to images of the Jewish world, Chagall's paintings are inspired by themes from the Bible and developed the features that became recognizable trademarks of his art. Strong and bright colors began to portray the world in a dreamlike state. Fantasy, nostalgia, and religion began to fuse together to create otherworldly images... Marc Chagall was one of the greatest figurative artists of the 20th century.. Music by Maurice Sklar : ''Jewish Folk Medley'' and ''Jehova Jireh'' I hope you'll enjoy Chagall's paintings and Maurice Sklar's violin .. Thanks for watching.. Comments are always very appreciated.. Love and Shalom..... Yael
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great names. marc chagall
 
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belarusian and french painter film by alex firsov music by alexandra pakhmutova (francis goya) великие имена. марк шагал белорусский и французский художник уникальный стиль под влиянием примитивизма кубизма экспрессионизма музыка александры пахмутовой (исп. франсис гойя)
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MARC CHAGALL : COMMEMORATING THE ARTIST¹S 125TH BIRTHDAY
 
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Film by Eric Minh Swenson. Music by Gardner Chamber Orchestra Marc Chagall Commemorating the artist¹s 125th birthday July 7 - August 6, 2012 "Smiling among the trees, talking to a tethered goat, watching the doves and looking at the flowers which find their place in the studio as well as the garden, Chagall is a magician who conjures colour on canvas, dazzles his audience with glowing stage-sets and draws pilgrims to gaze at his stained glass. "Furthermore, he reaches into the homes of countless art lovers through his generosity with the lithographic press. Yet, lurking behind this tranquil picture is a restless spirit whose world of the imagination strikes deep into the fears and hopes of all - his lovers and flowers may delight and calm, but his visions of war, of suffering and of heroes of times past provoke a response at a deeper level." - Excerpt from Susan Compton, Chagall. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers, 1985. Marc Chagall was born July 7, 1887, in Vitsyebsk, Russia and was educated in art in Saint Petersburg and, from 1910, in Paris, where he remained until 1914. Between 1915 and 1917 Marc Chagall lived in Saint Petersburg. After the Russian Revolution Marc Chagall was director of the Art Academy in Vitsyebsk from 1918 to 1919 and was art director of the Moscow Jewish State Theater from 1919 to 1922. Chagall painted several murals in the theater lobby and executed the settings for numerous productions. Thereafter he returned to Paris. During World War II, Chagall fled to the United States. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, gave him a retrospective in 1946. Marc Chagall settled permanently in France in 1948. Marc Chagall is distinguished for his surrealistic inventiveness. He is recognized as one of the most significant painters and graphic artists of the 20th century. Marc Chagall's personal and unique imagery is often suffused with exquisite poetic inspiration. His distinctive use of color and form is derived partly from Russian expressionism and was influenced decisively by French cubism. Crystallizing his style early, Marc Chagall later developed subtle variations. His numerous works represent characteristically vivid recollections of Russian-Jewish village scenes, as in I and the Village (1911, Museum of Modern Art, New York City), and incidents in his private life, as in the print series Mein Leben (German for "My Life,"1922), in addition to treatments of Jewish subjects, of which The Praying Jew (1914, Art Institute of Chicago) is one. Marc Chagall's works combine recollection with folklore and fantasy. Biblical themes characterize a series of etchings executed between 1925 and 1939, illustrating the Old Testament, and the 12 stained-glass windows in the Hadassah Hospital of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Jerusalem (1962). In 1973 Musée National Message Biblique Marc Chagall (National Museum of the Marc Chagall Biblical Message) was opened in Nice, France, to house hundreds of his biblical works. Chagall executed many prints illustrating literary classics. A canvas completed in 1964 covers the ceiling of the Opéra in Paris, and two large murals (1966) hang in the lobby of the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. An exhibition of the artist's work from 1967 to 1977 was held at the Musée du Louvre, Paris, in 1977-78, and a major retrospective was held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1985. Marc Chagall died March 28, 1985, in Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France. For more info on Eric Minh Swenson or project inquiries visit his website :www.thuvanarts.com ART SERIES: www.thuvanarts.com/take1 MUSIC VIDEOS: www.thuvanarts.com/musicvideos
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Chagall's passion 2006 Strasti po shagalu - English & Spanish subtitles Russian animation
 
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Subtitles can be chosen and activated with button at bottom screen. Animation by Andrej Melnikov in a what you could call a Saratov school style: reliefs made of oilpainted plasticine used as paper cut animation. The procedure was originaly develloped at Sarotovtelefilm on the series pictures of old, and is still used by the members of it's former animation team in various set-ups
Marc Chagall  paintings
 
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marc Chagall artwork Music: Kanon in D major by Stuttgart chamber orchestra. I don't own any of the images nor the music in this video. The pictures I found on Bing.com The names of his paintings I had to do some internet research which was fairly easy with some of his artwork but also more difficult with others . I hope that their all named correctly. Marc Chagall was a Russian-French artist of Belarusian Jewish origin (1887-1985)
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Marc Chagall
 
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"In our life there is a single color,as on an artist's palette,which provides the meaning of life and art.It is the color of LOVE",Marc Chagall Music:"Serenade to Spring",Secret Garden Marc Chagall was born in 1887 to a poor Jewish family in Russia. He was the eldest of nine children. Chagall began to display his artistic talent while studying at a secular Russian school, and despite his father's disapproval, in 1907 he began studying art with Leon Bakst in St. Petersburg. It was at this time that his distinct style that we recognize today began to emerge. As his paintings began to center on images from his childhood, the focus that would guide his artistic motivation for the rest of his life came to fruition. In 1910, Chagall, moved to Paris for four years. It was during this period that he painted some of his most famous paintings of the Jewish village, and developed the features that became recognizable trademarks of his art. Strong and bright colors began to portray the world in a dreamlike state. Fantasy, nostalgia, and religion began to fuse together to create otherworldly images... Chagall received many prizes and much recognition for his work. He was also one of very few artists to exhibit work at the Louvre in their lifetime.
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Marc Chagall Museum
 
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Marc Chagall's paintings slideshow
 
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I dedicate this video to my favorite artist Marc Chagall. I think he is one of the best artist ever.My favorite painting is I and The Village.It showed how much Marc Chagall loved his village.This is a song by Mozart. Enjoy
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Marc Chagall - Painting-Course.Com (Part 1 of 2)
 
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Support these vids at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/paintingcourse Subscribe to this series on ITunes here http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/id352571477 Part one of Two on the Work of Marc Chagall for http://antiquity.tv . If you wish to comment please go to our forum at http://painting-course.com Part 2 Here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knOvDzOhabM
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The Art Of Marc Chagall
 
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Marc Zakharovich Chagall 6 July [O.S. 24 June] 1887 – 28 March 1985) was a Russian-French artist of Belarusian Jewish origin.[1] An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic format, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints. Art critic Robert Hughes referred to Chagall as "the quintessential Please support the work of Elton John by viviting eltonjohn.com
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How to Paint Like Kandinsky
 
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Ever wondered how Kandinsky painted his masterpieces? Find out in this 'how to' with artist, Sui. Material list: 1. (Pre-primed) cotton canvas, 50 x 70cm 2. Oil brush no 3.8.12 3. Flat brush no 40 (for applying base layer) 4. Slow Dry Retarder (type of medium) 5. Soft Gel Semi Glass Medium (for certain finish once it dries up) 6. Colours: Quinacridone Red/ Mars Black/Ultramarine Blue (Red Shade)/Yellow Light Hansa/ Mixing White/ Parchment/ Emerald Green/Naples Yellow Hue To see the full instructions and to find out more about Wassily Kandinsky: https://goo.gl/U1YKCJ Subscribe for weekly films: http://goo.gl/X1ZnEl​
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Peace Windows - Lesson Plan
 
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Using "peace" as a theme and Marc Chagall as an inspiration, your classroom can create beautiful stained-glass like effects with markers, tissue and watercolor paints contained in a safe laminating pouch. For step-by-step instructions and a materials list, please visit the Blick website http://www.dickblick.com/lesson-plans/peace-windows-in-the-style-of-marc-chagalls-stained-glass/
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Chagall inspired paintings
 
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A class of 9 & 10 year old children paint pictures in the style of Marc Chagall.The topic was 'We could just fly away'.
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Marc Chagall - Famous Painters Bios - Wiki Videos by Kinedio
 
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Short biographical videos about the life and work of famous painters Marc Zakharovich Chagall (1887 – 1985) was a Russian-French artist. Art critic Robert Hughes referred to Chagall as "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century". An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic medium, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints. According to art historian Michael J. Lewis, Chagall was considered to be "the last survivor of the first generation of European modernists". Visit us at http://kinedio.com Wiki Videos by Kinedio - Wikipedia as a video experience. Famous Painters Category. Source: This video uses material of Wikipedia and Flickr. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Chagall https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Chagall#/media/File:Yury_Pen_-_Portrait_of_Marc_Chagall.jpg https://www.flickr.com/photos/centralasian/5471338661 https://www.flickr.com/photos/gi/4268937
Marc Chagall: Profile of the Artist
 
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The artist Marc Chagall died in March 1985, at the age of ninety-seven. For nearly eighty years he painted in a unique style that captivated generations of art lovers and both fascinated and infuriated his critics. This program was made very shortly before Chagall's death and is the last film made about this great artist during his lifetime. It looks at his work through the eyes of a young English painter whose curiosity about the artist is aroused when he finds he is living in Chagall's old studio in Paris. The camera follows the young man as he travels through France on the trail of the enigmatic artist. Please visit http://www.kultur.com/Marc-Chagall-Profile-of-the-Artist-p/d4565.htm for more information on this program
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marc chagall
 
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I studied the art style of marc chagall. so i made a fast animation of his life.
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Marc Chagall
 
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Marc Zakharovich Chagall, (24 June] 1887 – 28 March 1985) was a Russian-French artist. Art critic Robert Hughes referred to Chagall as "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century" (though Chagall saw his work as "not the dream of one people but of all humanity"). An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic medium, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints. According to art historian Michael J. Lewis, Chagall was considered to be "the last survivor of the first generation of European modernists". For decades, he "had also been respected as the world's preeminent Jewish artist". Using the medium of stained glass, he produced windows for the cathedrals of Reims and Metz, windows for the UN, and the Jerusalem Windows in Israel. He also did large-scale paintings, including part of the ceiling of the Paris Opéra. Before World War I, he traveled between St. Petersburg, Paris, and Berlin. During this period he created his own mixture and style of modern art based on his idea of Eastern European Jewish folk culture. He spent the wartime years in Soviet Belarus, becoming one of the country's most distinguished artists and a member of the modernist avant-garde, founding the Vitebsk Arts College before leaving again for Paris in 1922. He had two basic reputations, writes Lewis: as a pioneer of modernism and as a major Jewish artist. He experienced modernism's "golden age" in Paris, where "he synthesized the art forms of Cubism, Symbolism, and Fauvism, and the influence of Fauvism gave rise to Surrealism". Yet throughout these phases of his style "he remained most emphatically a Jewish artist, whose work was one long dreamy reverie of life in his native village of Vitebsk." "When Matisse dies," Pablo Picasso remarked in the 1950s, "Chagall will be the only painter left who understands what colour really is".
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Chagall For Children - Chagall-like Self Portraits
 
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Chagall For Children is a documentation and demonstration of how the art of Marc Chagall can be used to stimulate the artistic expression of young children. At 4 minutes in there is a short clip showing a classroom of kids emulating the Chagall Style while painting their own self portraits. Read more about Chagall here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Chagall
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" Marc Chagall, le triomphe de la musique": exposition - Entrée libre
 
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A l’ occasion de la comédie musicale "Résiste" qui se produit au Palais des sports de Paris à partir du 4 novembre, Entrée Libre revient sur l'histoire du génie de la chanson française : Michel Berger. Comment a-t-il inventé un nouveau style musical toujours d'actualité aujourd'hui ? Réponse dans Entrée Libre. Entrée libre est le rendez-vous quotidien avec la culture sur France 5 présenté par Laurent Goumarre. Du lundi au vendredi à 20h15, ce sont vingt minutes dédiées à l’actualité de la culture avec un regard différent, pop et inattendu. Le samedi à 19h55 et le dimanche à 8h40 pour un tour complet de l'actualité de la semaine et des inédits de la semaine à venir, en 26 minutes.
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Draw my life- Marc Chagall
 
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Trabalho de artes para o 1°e
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Marc CHAGALL
 
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♫ Les Yeux Noirs-Les deux guitares (Tzigane russe) Marc Chagall, né Moïche Zakharovitch Chagalov Chagall est né le 7 juillet 1887 à Liozna dans la banlieue de Vitebsk, en Biélorussie (laquelle appartenait alors à la Russie tsariste), dans une famille juive hassidique. La ville compte une importante communauté juive. Sa mère tenait une épicerie et son père allait tous les matins à la synagogue, où il était employé, tandis que son grand-père était précepteur et chantre à la synagogue. Il a été élevé dans la paix et la tendresse de sa mère juive, qui lui a appris à lire et à aimer la Bible et les hommes. Vitebsk restera dans l'imaginaire de Chagall le paradis naïf de l'enfance, et le peintre le représentera dans de nombreuses toiles, dans sa jeunesse mais aussi plus tard. Aîné d'une famille de 9 enfants, il commence à travailler dans des ateliers à la fin de ses études à l’école des beaux-arts de Saint-Pétersbourg. A Vitebsk, adolescent, il étudie à l'école créée par Iouri Pen(aussi appelé Yehuda Pen). Après avoir étudié ensuite auprès de Léon Bakst à Saint-Pétersbourg, il part pour Paris en 19104. Il y est témoin de mouvements picturaux tels que le fauvisme finissant et le cubisme naissant. Le premier lui inspire la couleur pure, gaie et claire, le second une certaine déconstruction de l’objet. Il découvre notamment les toiles de Robert Delaunay, Jean Metzinger, le Douanier Rousseau, Albert Gleizes. Néanmoins, jamais Chagall adhérera pleinement à un mouvement ou à une école. Dans le même temps, il passe de nombreuses journées au Musée du Louvre, où il étudie Delacroix, Géricault, Watteau, Courbet. Il se lie d'amitié avec le poète Blaise Cendrars, qui est l'un des seuls habitants de la Bohème parisienne à parler le russe. Cendrars lui présente, entre autres,Robert Delaunay et Guillaume Apollinaire, qui seront fascinés par sa liberté dans l'utilisation de la couleur. Tout en adoptant Paris comme sa deuxième ville natale, il n’oublie pas ses origines russes, pour preuve même quant il peint les ponts de la Seine ou la tour Eiffel, on peut reconnaître des éléments de décor inspirés de ses souvenirs d’enfance qui ne le quitteront jamais. Il expose ses travaux pour la première fois en 1914 au Salon des indépendants. Dans le même temps, il se rend à Berlin, où il expose dans la galerie Der Sturm avec Paul Klee et Alfred Kubin. Il a ensuite une exposition personnelle dans cette galerie. C'est un succès En 1914, il est de retour à Vitebsk pour une courte durée pense-t-il, mais le premier conflit mondial empêche tout retour à Paris. Pendant cette période, Chagall peint surtout la vie de la communauté juive, qui est persécutée car soupçonnée d'espionnage par l'état-major russe. La famille de Chagall offre l'hospitalité à de nombreux juifs expulsés, notamment venus de la frontière lituanienne. Dans ces circonstances, sans être pieux, le peintre renoue avec sa culture hassidique. Ses œuvres témoignent de son respect pour le peuple juif. Il retourne en 1922 à Berlin puis à Paris. Ses œuvres sont connues aux États-Unis, où des expositions sont organisées. En 1923, Chagall fait la connaissance d'Ambroise Vollard, marchand et éditeur de livres qui lui commandera notamment trente gouaches et cent eaux-fortes illustrant les Fables de La Fontaine (1924-1925), 118 eaux-fortes pour les Âmes Mortes de Nicolas Gogol (1925-1931) mais aussi et surtout des illustrations pour la Bible (1930). Au début des années 1930, il voyage beaucoup avec sa famille. À partir du 7 juillet 1937, il prend la nationalité française pour fuir l'antisémitisme de l'Europe centrale. C'est cette année-là qu'il fait la connaissance du peintre hongrois Imre Ámos (1907-1944/45) à Paris, qui s'inspirera de son style dans certaines de ses peintures. À la fin du printemps 1941, Chagall est arrêté, et doit son salut au journaliste américain Varian Fry qui lui permet de rejoindre les États-Unis. Sa femme, Bella, meurt en 1944 ; cet événement marque le choix de ses sujets à cette époque. Après la guerre, les œuvres de Chagall sont à nouveau exposées en Europe. Il retraverse l'Atlantique en 1948, pour s'installer à St Paul de Vence, en France où il aide Frans Krajcberg à partir pour le Brésil. Il se remarie en 1952 avec Valentina Brodsky (1905-1993). Maeght vend ses œuvres à travers le monde entier. Ses techniques se diversifient : gravures, mosaïques, vitraux. Il continue de peindre des décors, conçoit des costumes pour l'opéra de la Flûte enchantée. Il finit sa vie à Saint-Paul de Vence en France, célèbre et reconnu dans le monde entier. Marc Chagall est le père (1946) du chanteur David McNeil, lequel porte le nom du mari de sa mère.
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Controversy of Fakes
 
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Talking about the controversy over the fake Chagall painting as well as the practice of copying works for practice and development on individual style.
Marc Chagall’s Revolutionary Wedding Portrait
 
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In this episode of Anatomy of an Artwork, explore the details of Double Portrait with Wine Glass, an iconic painting from Marc Chagall that resides in the permanent collection of the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris. Using a synthesis of different styles, including Cubism, Surrealism and Russian folk art, Chagall masterfully renders a portrait of love that eclipses the political upheaval surrounding its creation. Completed in the first winter of the Russian Revolution, Double Portrait is a testament to Chagall's enduring love for his first wife, Bella, and his status as a Modern art icon. A vibrant color scheme coupled with a personal, yet whimsical spirituality led one critic to describe the piece as “Hebrew Jazz in Paint.” Watch more Anatomy of an Artwork videos here.
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Marc Chagall
 
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" In our life there's a single color, as on an artist's palette, which provides the meaning of life and art, it's the color of love " - Marc Chagall
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Marc Chagall for Kids - RSE Art Appreciation
 
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This video was made to teach children about the art of Marc Chagall for a PTA-sponsored Art Appreciation program. Instructions included for project at the end.
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Cold Process Soap Inspired by Marc Chagall
 
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I love the work of Marc Chagall! If there was a go to artist to brighten my day, it would be Chagall. In a word, he was playful. If you got to Paris, make sure you go to the Paris opera house. Look up and you'll find a fantastic Chagall mural on the ceiling. If you're in New York, walk to the Metropolitan Opera House. You won't be able to miss the huge Chagall paintings illuminated there, quite visible from the expansive plaza. I can honestly say that his style of distorting the angles of settings, including houses, landscapes and interiors was enough to grab my attention when I was first introduced to his work. But the childlike approach to characterization of people and animals appealed to my sense of imagination and fun. His figures often float magically in their color-rich environments. Honestly, making soap in Chagall's style presented specific challenges. There is a smokey kind of color blending that covers most of his compositions. While that characteristic is possible in surface treatment in soap, the overlay of rendering figures with fine (usually black) line work for definition was also challenging. Adapting and improvising soaping techniques for this whole series of "inspired by" soaps has been in interesting process for me. There are several more artists I plan to give tribute to in future soaps and videos. Thank you all for the response to these videos! What would I do with you all out there to motivate me? Once again, I also appreciate your purchases from the vibrantsoap.com website. It helps me to continue to produce the soap and videos. Please subscribe. Thanks for watching and commenting. Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vibrant_soap/ "Like" VIbrant Soap’s Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/vibrantsoap Visit my website and store at: http://vibrantsoap.com/index.html
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Ausstellungstrailer Marc Chagall - Der wache Träumer
 
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Marc Chagall (1887-1985) ist als malender Träumer in die Kunstgeschichte eingegangen . In seinen farbenprächtigen Werken scheinen die Gesetze der Schwerkraft und der Logik aufgehoben zu sein. Wie kaum einem andern Künstler gelingt es ihm, die Wirklichkeit in eine romantische Traumwelt zu verwandeln, in er Menschen und phantastische Wesen gemeinsam durch seine Bildräume schweben lässt. Mit rund 120 farbenprächtigen Gemälden, Zeichnungen und Grafiken, darunter Leihgaben aus dem Centre Pompidou in Paris, dem Ikonen-Museum Recklinghausen sowie zahlreiche selten gezeigte Werke aus Privatbesitz, taucht die Ausstellung tief in Marc Chagalls phantastische Traumwelt ein und spürt zugleich seinen Inspirationsquellen in der realen Welt nach. "Marc Chagall - Der wache Träumer" 13. Oktober 2018 - 20. Januar 2019
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Museum Curators on Fashion Design and Costumes for the Theater // Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage
 
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In this video Kaye Spilker and Clarissa Esguerra (Costume and Textiles curators at LACMA) reflect on the differences between fashion design and costuming for the theater. They discuss the fantastical qualities and larger-than-life scale of Marc Chagall's costumes, as well as the joys and challenges of installing them at LACMA. This interview was produced in conjunction with the exhibition "Chagall: Fantasies for the Stage" on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art July 31, 2017–January 7, 2018. More information at www.lacma.org/chagall -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Director’s Series: Michael Govan and Ai Weiwei" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RypDfxjSMm0 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Marc Chagall: 10 Gorgeous Artworks
 
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Guess how much "The Artist and His Wife" painting is worth. Find out at end of video link. Marc Zaharovich Chagall (born as Moishe Shagal) was a Russian modernist artist.
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Marc Chagall (Moishe Shagal) - Early Jewish Modernist
 
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"Art critic Robert Hughes referred to Chagall as "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century". "Marc Chagall was a Russian artist of a devout Jewish family, born in Vitebsk. Marc Chagall went to St Petersburg in 1907 where he entered a minor art school, at the same time working as a sign painter; throughout his work a foundation of Russian art and the sign painter's technique was evident. Marc Chagall went (1910) to Paris where he came in contact with the Cubists; his work began to show Cubist influence (e.g. Homage to Apollinaire, 1911-12) but subjects generally remain of life in Vitebsk. In 1914 Marc Chagall returned home and contributed to Larionov's exhibitions and the Knave of Diamonds group. Marc Chagall was drawn back to his Jewish heritage, expressed now with a deep sense of pathos, as in The Praying Jew (1914). His marriage resulted in a series of exuberant paintings of lovers, e.g. Birthday (1915-23). After the Revolution, in 1918, Marc Chagall was appointed director of the Vitebsk art school, which became a centre of avant-garde ideas, but was soon ousted by Malevich and left for Moscow. From 1919 to 1922 he worked as theatrical designer for the Jewish State Theatre, executing murals there. In 1922 he went to Berlin, executing Mein Ieben etchings for Vollard who then invited him to Paris (ills for Gogol's Dead Souls). In 1925-6 he completed a set of ills for an ed. of La Fontaine's Fables and held a 1-man show in N.Y. In 1930 his autobiography, Ma Vie, was publ., and Marc Chagall began to prepare ills for the Bible, travelling to the Middle East. He went to the U.S.A. in 1941, producing the decor for Massine's ballet Aleko (1942) and Bohn's Firebird (1945) both for the Ballet Theater. Marc Chagall returned to France after the war. Of later work, his designs for stained-glass windows should be mentioned, and his paintings for the ceilings of the Paris Opéra. Marc Chagall,who was born in Russia, lived and worked in France, created these wonderful paintings to describe events that happened in his life and from his culture. He lived through world war one in Europe and escaped to New York during World War 2. His work was influenced by other artists and styles, including Surrealism, Cubism and the colors of the Impressionists."
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Re: Marc Chagall Biography
 
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theartVIEw - Chagall to Malevich at ALBERTINA
 
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With Chagall to Malevich the ALBERTINA presents 130 masterpieces of the Russian avant-garde from between 1910 to 1920. Works by Mikhail Larionov, Natalia Goncharova, Kazimir Malevich, Wassily Kandinsky, and Marc Chagall illustrate fundamentally different styles and their dynamic development from primitivism to cubo-futurism and on to suprematism, as well the chronological parallels between figurative expressionism and pure abstraction. Eleven chapters trace the brief epoch of most diverse and radical movements that were diametrically opposed to one another. The exhibition is a cooperation of the Albertina, Vienna and the State Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg. Feb 26th to June 26th, 2016. Artists: Natan Altman, Marc Chagall, Alexandra Exter, Pawel Filonow, Natalia Gontcharowa, Boris Grigorjew, Aristarch Lentulow, Wassily Kandinsky, Iwan Kljun, Michail Larionow, Wladimir Lebedew, El Lissitzky, Kasimir Malevich, Kusma Petrow-Wodkin, Ljubow Popowa, Alexander Rodtshenko, Olga Rosanowa, Wladimir Jewgrafovich Tatlin. Die Albertina zeigt mit "Chagall bis Malewitsch" eine großangelegte Schau von 130 Meisterwerken der Russischen Avantgarde von 1910 bis 1920. Werke von Michail Larionow, Natalia Gontscharowa, Kasimir Malewitsch, Wassily Kandinsky oder Marc Chagall illustrieren die grundverschiedenen Stile, ihre dynamische Entwicklung vom Primitivismus über Kubo-Futurismus bis zum Suprematismus sowie die zeitlichen Parallelen von gegenständlichem Expressionismus und reiner Abstraktion. In elf Kapiteln wird die kurze Epoche der russischen Avantgarde als Drama der einander diametral gegenüberstehender, konkurrierenden Programme sicht- und erlebbar gemacht. Die Ausstellung ist eine Kooperation der Albertina, Wien und dem Staatlichen Russischen Museum, Sankt Petersburg.26.02. - 26.06.2016.
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Marc Chagall : Painting-Course.Com (Part 2)
 
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Support these vids at Patreon https://www.patreon.com/paintingcourse Subscribe to this series on ITunes here http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/id352571477 Part 2 of 2 of an artist profile of marc chagall for http://antiquity.tv . If you wish to comment please go to our forum at http://painting-course.com
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The Art Of Marc Chagall 3
 
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Marc Zakharovich Chagall (/ʃəˈɡɑːl/ shə-GAHL;[3][nb 1] born Moishe Zakharovich Shagal;[4] 6 July [O.S. 24 June] 1887 – 28 March 1985) was a Russian-French artist of Belarusian Jewish origin.[1] An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic format, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints. sophie zelmani-Sophie Zelmani[1] recorded her debut, eponymous album with Sony in 1995. The album was produced and arranged by Lars Halapi[2] and co-produced by Patrik Sventelius, who also played guitar. She described the process of making the album: "In the beginning Lars and I spent a few months in the studio. We had fun and then picked the musicians. We recorded in two weeks but the whole thing took half a year."[3] By 1997, Zelmani's debut album had sold 200,000 copies in Europe and Asia Pacific, before moving to the US market, distributed by Columbia Records.[4] Zelmani said, "I had no ambitions to go abroad. I knew I wanted to make a record. That's all I wanted."[3] Columbia's marketing campaign included CD sampler giveaways, consumer press, and rotation on Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) flights between Scandinavia and the US.[5] Zelmani has continued to record albums while making only a small number of public appearances due to shyness.[1] She won a best newcomer award in Sweden's Grammy awards in 1996.[6]
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Marc Chagall
 
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Marc Chagall (7 July 1887 28 March 1985), was a Russian-Jewish artist, born in Belarus (then Russian Empire) and naturalized French in 1937, associated with several key art movements and was one of the most successful artists of the twentieth century. He forged a unique career in virtually every artistic medium, including paintings, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramics, tapestries and fine art prints. Chagall's haunting, exuberant, and poetic images have enjoyed universal appeal, and art critic Robert Hughes called him "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century." As a pioneer of modernism and one of the greatest figurative artists of the twentieth century, Marc Chagall achieved fame and fortune, and over the course of a long career created some of the best-known and most-loved paintings of our time. According to art historian Michael J. Lewis, Chagall was considered to be the last survivor of the first generation of European modernists. For decades he had also been respected as the worlds preeminent Jewish artist. He also accepted many non-Jewish commissions, including a stained glass for the cathedrals of Reims and Metz, a Dag Hammarskjöld memorial at the United Nations, and the great ceiling mural in the Paris Opéra. His most vital work was made on the eve of World War I, when he traveled between St. Petersburg, Paris, and Berlin. During this period he created his own mixture and style of modern art based on his visions of Eastern European Jewish folk culture. He spent his wartime years in Russia, and the October Revolution of 1917 brought Chagall both opportunity and peril. He was by now one of the Soviet Union's most distinguished artists and a member of the modernist avante-garde. He founded the Vitebsk Arts College, which was considered the most distinguished school of art in the Soviet Union. However, "Chagall was considered a non-person by the Soviets because he was Jewish and a painter whose work did not celebrate the heroics of the Soviet people." As a result, he soon moved to Paris with his wife, never to return. He was known to have two basic reputations, writes Lewis - as a pioneer of modernism, and as a major Jewish artist. He experienced modernisms golden age in Paris, where he synthesized the art forms of Cubism, Symbolism, and Fauvism, and the influence of Fauvism gave rise to Surrealism. Yet throughout these phases of his style "he remained most emphatically a Jewish artist, whose work was one long dreamy reverie of life in his native village of Vitebsk." When Matisse dies, Pablo Picasso remarked in the 1950s, Chagall will be the only painter left who understands what color really is.
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Marc Chagall
 
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Marc Chagall was born in 1887 to a poor Jewish family in Russia. He was the eldest of nine children. Chagall began to display his artistic talent while studying at a secular Russian school, and despite his father's disapproval, in 1907 he began studying art with Leon Bakst in St. Petersburg. It was at this time that his distinct style that we recognize today began to emerge. As his paintings began to center on images from his childhood, the focus that would guide his artistic motivation for the rest of his life came to fruition. In 1910, Chagall, moved to Paris for four years. It was during this period that he painted some of his most famous paintings of the Jewish village, and developed the features that became recognizable trademarks of his art. Strong and bright colors began to portray the world in a dreamlike state. Fantasy, nostalgia, and religion began to fuse together to create otherworldly images...
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Marc Chagall
 
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Marc Zakharovich Chagall was a Belarussian-Russian-French artist.:21 Art critic Robert Hughes referred to Chagall as "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century" . An early modernist, he was associated with several major artistic styles and created works in virtually every artistic medium, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, stage sets, ceramic, tapestries and fine art prints. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Public domain image source in video
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Original Marc Chagall Painting | May Day before the Window | Galerie Michael
 
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Galerie Michael's Gallery Director Robert Avellano exhibits original masterworks of Marc Chagall's painting May Day before the Window, 1972 For more information please call (310) 859-6154 or visit http://galeriemichael.com/artists/chagall-marc/
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SYND 9 7 73 MARC CHAGALL MUSEUM
 
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(9 Jul 1973) The Marc Chagall museum opens and the artist attends the gallery. The film also includes footage of British actor David Niven. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/015e16657769fad048a5486f9b268d9c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Russian artists capture spirit of revolution in radical new styles
 
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(11 Dec 2017) LEADIN: An exhibition in Italy is bringing together artworks that capture the spirit of revolutionary Russia. The show marking the centenary of Russia's 1917 revolution celebrates an explosion of new styles seeking to depict the political and social upheaval of the times. STORYLINE: The winds of change are blowing. In this 1903 painting entitled What Freedom by Russian realist painter Ilya Repin, a couple feels the exhilaration of the vast expanse of wind and waves. It's part of an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art of Bologna (MAMBO) that tells the story of the Russian revolution through the eyes of the nation's artists in the early decades of the 20th century. As political and social unrest grew in Russia, a revolution was also underway in the art world. Repin supported social change and took part in protests against the repressive Tsarist regime, but his 19th century realist style was itself about to be blown away by an explosion of radically modern artworks. The 70 artworks on display here show how Russian painters were striving to capture the excitement and upheaval of the times in new artistic styles. "As the centenary of the revolution approached, and knowing that New York and London planned to put on great exhibitions marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution, I asked (the curator) Evgenia Petrovna if she had a partner in Italy. So our collaboration started, and here we are today, opening Revolutija: from Chagal to Malevich, from Repin to Kandinsky, a wide view of Russian art of the 20th century, which leads to the revolution and beyond, up to the beginning of the 1930s. An overview of art, history, literature and poetry," says exhibition promoter Giulia Fortunato. The tumult that Russia endured in 1917 sent shockwaves around the world as its last czar, Nicholas II, abdicated, and power was later seized by Vladimir Lenin's Bolsheviks. World War One revealed the enormous ineffectiveness of the czar's government and food shortages hit major cities in the winter of 1916-1917. A series of huge strikes and protests as well as mutinies in the armed forces broke out in St Petersburg in early March, leading to the abdication of the czar. The largest selection of paintings at the exhibition are those created by Kazimir Malevich, considered to be one of the most radical innovators of his time. On display alongside his artworks are a selection of replica costumes from the futurist opera Victory Over the Sun, which Malevich designed. The production premiered in 1913 to a very negative reception. The original costumes were destroyed in a fire. Malevich's most recognised work is his Black Square painting, which he first painted a version of in 1915. But he also painted a Red Square, which is subtitled Painterly Realism of a Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions. "I believe the most symbolic artwork of the avant-garde is Malevich's 'Red Square'. It has a second title: 'Peasant Woman in Two Dimensions'. This means that, according to Malevich, what previously had to be expressed in a figurative style, now could be expressed just by colour and shape. The emotions felt in front of the figurative, could now equally be felt in relation to a different (visual) language," says exhibition curator Evgenia Petrova, who is also vice-director of the Russian State Museum in St Petersburg. The exhibition sets Malevich's radical abstract art alongside the impressionist portraits of Valentin Serov, the 19th century realism of Repin, the modernism of Marc Chagall, and the very different abstract style of Wassily Kandinsky, all of whom were striving to capture the spirit of the times. The exhibition also features works by female artists, such as Zinaida Serebriakova and Natalia Goncarova. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/70e134403354b106c514b6235c93e54a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Marc Chagall, La maison bleue, 1920
 
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Quand on demandait à Marc Chagall pourquoi il était devenu peintre, il répondait que la peinture était pour lui une fenêtre par laquelle il pouvait s'envoler vers un autre monde. La Maison bleue, peinte en 1920 est, comme la majorité des peintures de l'artiste, le témoin de cet autre monde où souvenirs d'enfance et rêves se mélangent. En 1910, Marc Chagall se rend à Paris. Il y fréquente le quartier de Montparnasse et « la Ruche », une cité d'artistes fondée en 1902. Il entre alors en contact avec des artistes fauves et des artistes cubistes. Même s'il n'adhère jamais à aucun de ces courants, il retient de ces rencontres les langages picturaux de la modernité. Ainsi, il combine dans ses œuvres de nouvelles formes et l'utilisation de couleurs pures, sans lien avec la réalité, inspirées de la palette chromatique des fauves, et bouscule la perspective par la déconstruction et la stylisation des objets, des plans et des espaces; procédé issu des réflexions des cubistes. Construite symétriquement, La Maison bleue est un condensé visuel de la ville biélorusse de Vitebsk, dont Marc Chagall est originaire. L'isba au premier plan à droite, petite maison en rondin colorés d'apparence instable et isolée dans la campagne, répond aux riches, belles et blanches demeures de la ville que l'on découvre derrière un paysage rural. Ces deux mondes, tout en opposition, sont physiquement séparés l'un de l'autre par l'enceinte de la ville et l'eau du fleuve, la Dvina, où se reflètent les clochers de la cathédrale de l'Assomption. Interprétée à travers le spectre de sa mémoire, Vitebsk sera le cadre de nombreuses peintures de Chagall. Si les couleurs vives de La Maison bleue traduisent une vision gaie d'une ville à l'atmosphère sereine et paisible, La Maison grise quant à elle, peinte trois ans plutôt, évoque la profonde nostalgie de l'artiste pour sa région natale. Son imaginaire est nourri par le quotidien rural qu'il a connu lors des séjours chez son grand-père. Le cochon à côté de l'Isba ou le coq fantomatique perché sur la cheminée sont autant de détails symboliques de la sensibilité de Chagall mais également de son univers rêvé.
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