Chagall Marc 1887-1985

Painting as Poetry
Συγγραφείς: Metzger, Rainer , Walther, Ingo F.
Εκδόσεις: Taschen
Ημερομηνία Έκδοσης:1/1/2000

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Softcover, 96 pages, Basic Series

The Russian painter Marc Chagall (1887-1985) is widely regarded as epitomizing the "painter as poet". The worldwide admiration he commanded remains unparalleled by any artist of the century. Chagalls paintings, steeped in mythology and mysticism, portray colourful dreams and tales that are deeply rooted in his Russian Jewish origins. The memories and yearning they evoke recall his native Vitebsk, and the great events that mark the life of ordinary people: birth, love, marriage and death. They tell of a world full of everyday miracles - in the room of lovers, on the streets of Vitebsk, beneath the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Heaven and earth seem to meet in a topsy-turvy world in which whimsical figures of people and animals float through the air with gravity-defying serenity.

The authors:

Rainer Metzger, born in 1961, studied art history, history and German in Munich and Augsburg. Since completing a doctorate in 1994 he has been art editor of the Vienna daily newspaper Der Standard.

Ingo F. Walther was born in 1940 in Berlin and has studied Medieval Studies, Literature and Art History in Frankfurt am Main and Munich. He has published widely on literature and art, and presently lives in Alling near Munich.
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