Marc Chagall, 1887-1985
Place de la Concorde, Paris.
Original lithograph in colours. 1952. Signed in pencil. Numbered from the edition of 75. Drawn by Chagall at the Atelier Mourlot for the series: ‘Vision de Paris’, 1975. Issued by Verve, 1975.
Beautiful impression with excellent colours. On pale cream wove Arches paper. Image to full sheet size, as issued. Sheet: 355 x 260 mm.
Note: Chagall’s famous sequence of colour lithographs ‘Vision de Paris’ celebrated his return from exile in New York during the war years to the city which he felt to be his ‘alma mater’ from the period after he left Russia. The themes express his joy from the new freedom.
Verve issued two edition of the lithographs, - first the hand-printed and signed impressions, as here, and subsequently the unsigned examples for the Verve periodical published in 1952.
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