MARC CHAGALL


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Donated by Cynthia Allger

PLATE XXVI from the Cirque Suite, Mourlot 515

Lithograph on paper, published in 1967

Certificate of Authentication from Franklin Bowles Galleries.

The edition consists of an authorized maximum of 250 signed suites, numbered 1/250–250/250, 20 signed hors de commerce suites, numbered I/XX–XX/XX, and 24 suites on Arches, with each colored lithograph signed and numbered 1/24–24/24. Excluding any portions of the edition that are unknown to the undersigned, the total edition consists of 294 suites. The master from which these impressions were made has been canceled, effaced, or otherwise destroyed. Any special conditions regarding the production or distribution of this edition are indicated on the reverse of this certificate.

Edition: 28/250

12” x 15”

Retail Value: $18,500

Minimum Bid: $6,500

 

Marc Chagall was a Belorussian-born Russian-French Modernist artist whose career spanned over seventy years. He left behind him numerous works in various techniques and media, including painting, book illustrations, stained glass, ceramic, and fine art prints that have established him as one of the leading artists of the Last Century. Chagall has created his own artistic style in which he combined elements of Expressionism, Symbolism, Cubism and other Modernist art movements.

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