1940s Marc Chagall, The Red Sun
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1940s Marc Chagall, The Red Sun

$2,499.00
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Why we love this
Original period offset lithograph print of the painting "The Red Sun" (1949) by Marc Chagall. From a first limited edition of 1000 copies folio of the artist published by Albert Skira in Geneva, Switzerland in the early 1940s. Signed in the print: "Chagall." Information about the original painting can be found by lifting the plate. Numbered: 9. Attached to a heavy sheet of wove paper, an insert, not a book page. Printed on one side. Excellent condition - never used. Image: 7.40"L x 10.55"H.
Color: royal blue/red/green/ecru/multi
Condition: Excellent
Dimensions: 11" L x 14.75" H
Era: Vintage: 1910-1950
Made In: Switzerland
Made Of: ink on paper
SKU: 77537541
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Mar 22 - Apr 01
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As an antiques and art dealer, interior design consultant, buyer, photographer, graphic designer, and translator, Mira Parker has more than 12 years of experience in the antiques and design industry. She runs a gallery in Dallas.
Why we love this
Original period offset lithograph print of the painting "The Red Sun" (1949) by Marc Chagall. From a first limited edition of 1000 copies folio of the artist published by Albert Skira in Geneva, Switzerland in the early 1940s. Signed in the print: "Chagall." Information about the original painting can be found by lifting the plate. Numbered: 9. Attached to a heavy sheet of wove paper, an insert, not a book page. Printed on one side. Excellent condition - never used. Image: 7.40"L x 10.55"H.
About the Seller
As an antiques and art dealer, interior design consultant, buyer, photographer, graphic designer, and translator, Mira Parker has more than 12 years of experience in the antiques and design industry. She runs a gallery in Dallas.