Chagall Marc (Movsha Hatskelevich)( Painter, graphic artist, theater artist, muralist)
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Biography Chagall Marc (Movsha Hatskelevich)
1887 Liozno (now the Vitebsk region) - 1985, Saint-Paul-de-Vence (France). He studied at the S. Pen in Vitebsk (1906), in PU OPKh (1907-08) in school E. Zvantseva y L. Bakst and M. Dobuzhinsky in St. Petersburg at the Academy of La Grand-Shomer "in Paris, where he lived from 1910 to 1914. Exhibitions since 1912. Since 1923 he lived in France. Russian and French painter whose work has influenced the world's artistic process, Chagall was an opponent of non-objective art. Chagall's distinctive expressionism, . heavily involved in the folklore, . inherent elements kubizatsii form, . combination of spatial voids with fine ornamental "prescription" of parts, . graphic clarity of the silhouette to the emotional expressiveness of color,
. His paintings are lyrical and fantastic. The heroes are in a special relationship with the earth and sky: they fly, they are crowned with the angels, they are attentive to the mysterious signs, capable of inexplicable metamorphosis. Executed murals for the Jewish Chamber Theater and the Grand Opera in Paris. Works are in the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow; SRM, St. Petersburg, museums, M. Chagall in France and Spain, many museums and private collections.