Year: 1973 Medium: Lithograph Image size: 20 1/2  x 17

Year: 1973
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 20 1/2  x 17

L' Ange au Chandelier; The Angel in the Chandelier

Year: 1976 Medium: Lithograph Image size: 17 x 11 1/2

Year: 1976
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 17 x 11 1/2

Les Ateliers de Chagall; Cathedrale de Metz II

Year: 1972 Medium: Lithograph Image size: 24 7/8  x  18  11/16

Year: 1972
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 24 7/8  x  18  11/16

Bonjour Paris; Good Morning Paris  

Year: 1962 Medium: Lithograph Image size: 39 x 25

Year: 1962
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 39 x 25

The Bay of Angels

Year: 1964   Medium: Lithograph   Image size: 26 x 40 in

Year: 1964
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 26 x 40 in

Romeo and Juliet

Year: 1981   Medium: Lithograph   Image size: 25 x 16

Year: 1981
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 25 x 16

View of Notre-Dame

Year: 1976   Medium: Lithograph   Image size: 17 x 11   1/2

Year: 1976
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 17 x 11 1/2

Les Ateliers de Chagall: Les amoureux

Year: 1960   Medium: Lithograph   Image size: 10 x 12

Year: 1960
Medium: Lithograph
Image size: 10 x 12

Dessins pour la Bible; M. 245; Noemi et ses belles-filles

Born in Belarus in 1887, Marc Chagall was a painter, printmaker and designer associated with several major artistic styles, synthesizing elements of Cubism, Symbolism and Fauvism. One work in particular, "I and the Village" (1911), pre-dated Surrealism as an artistic expression of psychic reality. An early modernist, Chagall created works in nearly every artistic medium, including sets for plays and ballets, biblical etchings, and stained-glass windows. Chagall died in France in 1985. Today, he is widely regarded as one of the most successful artists of the 20th century. His exploration in the medium of lithography remains unrivaled in art history, creating over a thousand original compositions in limited edition.