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L'Acrobate Vert
11" x 15"
$769.99
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L'Acrobate Vert-Marc Chagall-Premium Edition

L'Acrobate VertBy Marc Chagall

$769.99
11" x 15"
Premium Edition
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About This Piece
The Art
LithographbrbrPublished in Certificate of authenticity is included This print is a rare and collectable work of art As such it may show minor signs of handling aging or original printing defects It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better To further inquire about this artwork please a targettop stylecoloref hrefmailtoFineArtartcomSubjectFineArtsend us an emailabrbrThis product is not eligible for discounts or coupon codes

Premium Edition prints are rare and unique works of art - from original pre-war advertisement posters, to contemporary exhibition prints, to out-of-print and hard to find gems. Although not signed or numbered like a limited edition, they often appreciate in value over time due to their rarity and age. Because of the unique history of each item, premium edition prints may show minor signs of handling, aging, or original print defects. Unless otherwise noted, each print is guaranteed to be in good condition or better.
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The Artist
Painting a blend of the fantasy, nostalgia and religious imagery, Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985) intended his paintings to be odes to love. Despite an impoverished upbringing in a Shtetl in Russia, Chagall filled his canvases with happy, optimistic references to his childhood which he denoted in delicate lines and bright colors. After living in Paris he moved to the United States during World War II, where he depicted the plights of Jewish martyrs and refugees. In a rare occurrence, his sensitive, spiritual paintings were exhibited at the Louvre during his lifetime.