Marc Chagall Original Lithographs
One of the giants of 20th Century art, Marc Chagall created masterpieces of color and story. He is recognized as the foremost color lithographer of the 20th century, and did not believe in terminology which placed him in any school or movement. His themes incorporate recollections of his early years in Russia, his native village, flying lovers, mythical creatures of folklore and legend, and his beloved adopted city of Paris.
"When Matisse dies," Pablo Picasso once remarked, "Chagall will be the only painter left who understands what color really is." He also said, "There's never been anybody since Renoir who has the feeling for light that Chagall has.”
These original lithographs are collected from Robert H. Ballard’s sources in the US and Europe which have been located through decades of research.
Marc Chagall, “Anemones”, 1974, Original color lithograph, Edition: 10,000 unsigned as is appropriate for this edition, From "Lithographe IV", Reference: Mourlot 730, Image: 12 1/2” x 9 1/2”, $850. Framed
SOLD Mark Chagall, ”Mother & Child in Front of Notre Dame”, 1952, Original color lithograph, Edition. 6000 unsigned as is appropriate for this edition, Published in a special issue of the art review Verve dedicated to Chagall's vision of Paris. One of Chagall's earliest color lithographs, A second black and white image is on the verso, as seen below, and the work is framed to reveal it. Image size: 14” x 10 ½”
Mother & child in Front of Notre Dame (Verso)
Marc Chagall, ”Moses With the Tablets of the Law”, 1956
Original color lithograph, ed. 6500 aside from the signed and numbered edition of 75.
Ref. Mourlot 125. From Illustrations for the Bible. Also illustrated in the catalogue for the 1973 Musee National Message Biblique Marc Chagall inauguration in Nice, France, Image size: 14" x 10 1/2", $1200. Framed
SOLD Marc Chagall
”Abraham and Sara”, 1956, Original color lithograph, Edition: 6500 aside from the signed and numbered edition of 75, Ref. Mourlot 122. From Illustrations for the Bible. Also illustrated in the catalogue for the 1973 Musee National Message Biblique Marc Chagall inauguration in Nice, France, Image size: 14" x 10 1/2", $1200. Framed
SOLD Marc Chagall, ”Tamar, Daughter-In-Law of Judah”, 1960
Original color lithograph from “Illustrations for the Bible”, Ed. 6500 unsigned aside from the 50 signed and numbered copies, Reference: Mourlot 265, Image: 14” x 10 ¼”, $850. Framed
SOLD Marc Chagall, ”The Four Season's”, 1974, Original color lithograph, Edition: 5000 unsigned. The poster was commissioned for the dedication of Chagall's ceramic tile mural at the 1st National Plaza in Chicago entitled The Four Seasons. This was Chagall's last original poster printed by Mourlot, Reference: Sorlier 63. Image size: 37" x 26"
SOLD Marc Chagall, ”Christ in the Clock”, 1957, Original color lithograph, Edition: 6000 unsigned impressions aside from the signed edition of 90, Published in a Jacques Laissaigne's Chagall (Paris, 1957), Reference: Mourlot 196, Image size: 9" x 8"
SOLD Marc Chagall, ”Moses and His People”, 1973, Original color lithograph, Reference: Mourlot 689, Edition: 10,000 unsigned impressions for the Message Biblique de Marc Chagall, aside from 50 signed & numbered impressions, Image size: 12 1/2" x 9 1/2"