Marc Chagall’s dreamlike figurative depictions are associated with several major artistic movements of the 20th century including Fauvism, Cubism and Surrealism.
One of the most celebrated and important art figures of 20th century art, his work is held and cherished by the most significant museums and art collections worldwide and major commissions during his lifetime included the ceiling of Opéra Garnier, Paris and two mighty frescoes at the NYC Met Opera.
It is an honor and a privilege for Opera Gallery New York to bring this curated, solo exhibition of important artworks by Marc Chagall, exhibited together for the first time in our flagship gallery on Madison Avenue.
Marc Chagall, Le songe, 1978
Tempera, gouache, brush, ink and pastel on canvas
65 x 53,9 cm | 25.6 x 21.2 in
Marc Chagall, Le Cirque rouge, variante, 1960
Gouache and pastel on paper
56,5 x 44,5 cm | 22.2 x 17.5 in
Marc Chagall, La Danse, 1928
Gouache over pencil on paper laid on board
50 x 65 cm | 19.7 x 25.6 in