Chagall's Gelbe Sonne Uber Der Stadt
Original Chagall lithograph, (published as part of "Chagall's Monumental Works," 1973) approximately 12 x 20 inches, beautiful and colorful, looks and feels pristine, framed with authentic Marc Chagall signature on very scarce US issue First Day Cover of Chagall Stained Glass stamp release. Overall display is 20 x 30. Affordable original Chagall lithograph "Gelbe Sonne uber der Stadt" (Yellow Sun Over the City) with signature. Marc Chagall (1887-1985) Marc Chagall was born in Vitebsk, Russia, in 1887, the eldest of nine children. His father worked curing herring and his mother ran a small shop to make ends meet. At an early age, Chagall showed a talent and love for painting and he worked for an artist as an apprentice and he worked as a retoucher with a local photographer. He left a legacy of inspirational art that was like none other. He assimilated modern developments of art into his own personal style, as his own voice stayed true to colorful dreams and fantasies from growing up in Vitebsk, Russia to his life and loves in the US and France. Chagall was one of the 20th century's most important artists.