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Chagall

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  • 6. Marc Chagall - Self-portrait, 1959-1968
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  • 8. Cubism resulted in his attempts to incorporate the Cubist multiple points of view and geometric shapes into his compositions, as can be seen in two of his best known early paintings, Me and My Village
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  • 13. DREAM LIKE
  • 14. Suprematism                                                                                                                                                                                              Suprematism, considered "the first systematic school of abstract painting in the modern movement" ( Gray , 141), was developed by Kazimir Malevich in 1913 and introduced at the 1915 0-10 exhibition in St. Petersburg. Among other works, Malevich exhibited the famous Black Quadrilateral on White , conceived during his work on the opera Victory Over the Sun 3 years earlier. He wrote about the painting and about Suprematism in his treatise The Non-Objective World :
  • 15. Marc Chagall was born in Vitebsk, Russia in 1887 - the oldest of nine children. His father worked in a herring factory and his mother sold spices and herring out of a small shop in their home. As a child he studied drawing and painting and in 1910 he went to Paris and became an artist. Chagall often painted dreamlike scenes and many of the pictures he painted include memories from his childhood. In addition to paintings, Marc created stage sets, stained glass, murals and costumes, as well as illustrations for children's' books. The date of this self portrait is unknown but we can see Chagall's style fully developed. It combines elements of cubism, fauvism and expressionism. No one does it quite like him and therefore his work is very easy to recognize . Marc Chagall
  • 16. NAME__________________________________________________________________ GRADE: 3 NEWFIELD SCHOOL : 2009-2010 Art Teacher :Mrs. Noe Marc Chagall . Chagall often painted dreamlike scenes and many of the pictures he painted include memories from his childhood. NAME__________________________________________________________________ GRADE: 3 NEWFIELD SCHOOL : 2009-2010 Art Teacher :Mrs. Noe Marc Chagall . Chagall often painted dreamlike scenes and many of the pictures he painted include memories from his childhood.

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