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Marc Chagall: Vision of Paris, Eiffel Tower 1960, Original Lithograph

Marc Chagall: Vision of Paris (Vision de Paris) 1960, Original Lithograph with Eiffel Tower | Genuine Prints
Genuine limited edition print in colors with the Eiffel Tower and other sights of Paris
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Marc Chagall: Vision of Paris, Eiffel Tower 1960, Original Lithograph
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Marc Chagall: Vision of Paris (Vision de Paris) 1960, Original Lithograph with Eiffel Tower | Genuine Prints


"Vision de Paris"

"For my art, I needed Paris as necessary as a tree does need water", Chagall used to say when he was asked about the reasons for the departure from his native Russia. He seemed to suffocate by the silence, sadness and lack of color, which his hometown and family environment must have radiated at that time. Paris became Chagall's second home, it represented for him the longed-for freedom and versatility. Not surprising, then, that Chagall's Paris pictures always included a firework of colors.
The colorful vitality of this vibrant city must have impressed him greatly, as reflected also in this image, underlined by the remarkable choice of colors - who else except Chagall would probably get the idea, to combine a soft pink with bright orange? With its typical symbolism this print is certainly among the most magnificent and most colorful lithographic works by the artist.
Technique: Original lithograph in colors (Mourlot 287)
This is N O T a mass-produced reprint (photomechanical reproduction such as offset lithographs or giclée prints) but the original lithograph of 1960, exactly as referenced in Mourlots catalogue of graphic works.
Year: 1960
Sizes: 32 x 24 cm / 12.6" x 9.5" (sheet)
Edition / Paper: Offered here is one of the unsigned impressions from the book edition on smooth velin paper. In addition, 100 impressions on Arches wove paper with full margins were pulled and signed by the artist
Published by: Éditions André Sauret, Monte-Carlo
Printed by: Mourlot, Paris
Documentation / References: Mourlot, Fernand. Chagall Lithograph [II] 1957-1962, André Sauret, Monte Carlo 1963, no. 287

Your print is being delivered with an abstract from the a.m. catalogue raisonné. In addition, you'll receive a proof of identity (without selling price) in case this print is intended as a present. 
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In excellent condition. Frame not included in delivery.

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