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Chagall

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Imprint:
Knopf
ISBN:
9780375414558
Format:
hardcover
Size:
9.4" x 7.1" x 2"
Author(s):
Jackie Wullschlager
Page count:
608

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Why We Love This

The first truly major examination of one of the greatest--and best loved--modern painters, "Chagall" draws upon hitherto unseen archival material, including numerous letters from the family collection in Paris. Illustrated with nearly two hundred paintings, drawings, and photographs, "Chagall" is a landmark biography.

Why We Love This

The first truly major examination of one of the greatest--and best loved--modern painters, "Chagall" draws upon hitherto unseen archival material, including numerous letters from the family collection in Paris. Illustrated with nearly two hundred paintings, drawings, and photographs, "Chagall" is a landmark biography.

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