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Marc Chagall, (1933) Life isn't about straight lines, it is dreamy, complex and intertwined. Chagall shows this beautifully in his dreamiest paintings. More

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Wedding Flowers in the style of Marc Chagall – 2011 - The John Myatt Collection - Art - Castle Galleries

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I and the Village, by Marc Chagall Painted the year after Chagall came to Paris, I and the Village evokes his memories of his native Hasidic community outside Vitebsk. In the village, peasants and animals lived side by side, in a mutual dependence here signified by the line from peasant to cow, connecting their eyes. The peasant's flowering sprig, symbolically a tree of life, is the reward of their partnership. For Hasids, animals were also humanity's link to the universe...

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Chagall, Galettes et les Ours

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