Chagall – “Introduction au Théâtre Juif”

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From the artwork of Marc Chagall “Introduction au Théâtre Juif” The decors of the first Muscovite show of the Jewish Chamber Theatre of Moscow, created by Chagall in 1920, express many of the major influences that formed the artist’s life and work, fusing his Jewish and Russian background and traditions into perfect harmony with European Modern art trends express many of the major influences that formed the artist’s life and work, fusing his Jewish and Russian background and traditions into perfect harmony with European Modern art trends.

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Artiste

Marc Chagall    Introduction au Théâtre juif, 1920

Chagall est né en 1887 près de Vitebsk, (Russie), dans une famille juive hassidique, naturalisé français en 1937 et décède à Saint-Paul-de-Vence en 1985. Les décors du premier spectacle moscovite du Théâtre de chambre juif de Moscou créés par Chagall en 1920 expriment plusieurs des nombreuses influences importantes qui formèrent sa vie et son travail, harmonisant ainsi ses racines juives et russes avec les tendances artistiques du modernisme européen. Ici, toujours fidèle à ses coloris envoûtants, il nous donne à voir une joyeuse troupe de personnages merveilleusement abandonnés à leur danse.

Chagall was born in 1887 near Vitebsk (Russia) into a Hassidic Jewish family, became a French citizen in 1937 and died in Saint-Paul-de-Vence in 1985. The decors of the first Muscovite show of the Jewish Chamber Theatre of Moscow, created by Chagall in 1920, express many of the major influences that formed the artist's life and work, fusing his Jewish and Russian background and traditions into perfect harmony with European Modern art trends express many of the major influences that formed the artist's life and work, fusing his Jewish and Russian background and traditions into perfect harmony with European Modern art trends. In this painting, Chagall, ever faithful to his enchanting palette, shares with us a joyful troupe of dancers in wondrous abandonment.

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