Marc Chagall was born in 1887 to a poor Jewish family in Russia, the eldest of nine children. Chagall's work has been described as haunting, exuberant, and poetic. He created perhaps his most vital work on the eve of World War I, developing his own style of modern art based on visions of Eastern European Jewish folk culture. Art critic Robert Hughes called him the "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century."
Characterized by cobblestone streets and canals, much of Bruges’s immaculately preserved old city was built between the 12th to 15th centuries: As a result, it’s not hard to feel like you’re in a medieval fairy-tale here. Visit the Church of Our Lady for a viewing of Michelangelo’s Madonna and Child, or sit at a café and take in the views of the Markt, a historic square in the city center.
By Flavio Bolla Another piece set in a fictional place but with borrowed influences from other cultures resulting in a piece reminsicent of ancient Babylon or a Middle Eastern city of the distant past.
War 2 HP: 19 CA: 20 ( 4des, 4Cota M., 2, escudog) Iniciativa 4. Cimitarra op + 8 1d6 + 3 18-20x2 Adaga op + 7 1d4 + 3 Acuidade com arma e Foco em arma Poção: Curar Fer Leves Amuleto Quaal Chicote (ldm247)