- n French painter (born in Russia) noted for his imagery and brilliant colors (1887-1985)
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- Baby Names Inspired By Famous Fathers
Sometimes the names of the fathers who sired future super achievers turn out to be a lot more interesting than those they bestowed on their progeny. For example, Truman Capote’s dad’s name was Archulus, Humphrey Bogart’s was Belmont, Bela Lugosi’s Istvan and Marc Chagall’s Khatskel.
June 15, 2013 - The Huffington Post
- Chase Tower: Seeds for skyscraper were planted 50 years ago
There have been times I've walked past downtown's Chase Tower and thought the building to be magnificent. Think of that sunken plaza with the Marc Chagall mosaic. Or the way the 850-foot tall skyscraper sweeps itself upward from that plaza. It is as wide-legged as a letter 'a' at the base then tapers with curve as it rises. Good stuff, no? Then on other days, I've been less impressed. Too ...
June 11, 2013 - WBEZ 91.5 Chicago
- Highlights from the 41st Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair
Giambologna, Holland & Sons, Clarice Cliff, Cartier, Chagall and Batman all are on sale from 6-16th June, 2013. LONDON .- The 41st Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair (6-16th June) is London’s largest and most diverse collection of fine furniture, art and objects ranging from pre-historic fossils to contemporary art.
June 10, 2013 - Art Daily
- Patrick Fitzgerald in International Herald Tribune
To give you a sense of the volume of materials sold it is alleged in the indictment that the defendants issued 2,500 counterfeit (Alexander) Calder prints and 600 counterfeit Chagall prints,Fitzgerald said, adding that in some cases dealers...
- Francisco in Canoe.ca
Add works by Maurice Utrillo, Marc Chagall, Matisse, Andre Derain, Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Cezanne, Picasso and many more and you can see the level of difficulty we set ourselves,said Francisco Calvo Serraller, the exhibit curator.
- Pope John Paul II in Zenit News Agency
In his Letter to the Artists (1999), John Paul II recalled that "Sacred Scripture has thus become a sort of â€›immense vocabulary' (Paul Claudel) and â€›iconographic atlas' (Marc Chagall), from which both Christian culture and art have drawn" (No.