Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985) embraced the philosophy that love colored his paintings. Focusing extensively on his childhood, his happy, optimistic paintings defy the poverty of his upbringing in a Russian Shtetl. After a brief time in Paris, Chagall escaped to the US during World War II where his career reached new heights including a rare exhibit during his lifetime at the Louvre.
This fine art print is produced in an unknown but limited edition size. Original exhibition poster created by Chagall for an exhibition held at Galerie Maeght in Paris. The poster measures 22 x 25 inches. Published in 1973. Condition A: Mint