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Marc Chagall Early Works On Display At Tretyakov Gallery
18.06.2012 13:08
Marc Chagall Early Works On Display At Tretyakov Gallery
Marc Chagall, The Purple Nude (1967)

Until September 30, the early and little known works of Marc Chagall will be displayed at the Tretyakov Gallery, as part of the Russian-French Year 2012-2013.

      A much-awaited exhibition has been scheduled for the period of celebrations of Russian and French heritage. Chagall is noted for his internationalism, and the organisers plan to show his less-known works, from the early paintings he drew in Vitebsk to the late Parisian pieces, including over a hundred of etchings, particularly the illustrations to Bible and to Lafontin's fables. 

      The exhibition is expected to attract a plenty of visitors. The last time Chagall's work went on display in 2005, it attracted nearly 130 thousand of visitors.  

      Source: Tretyakov Gallery

Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian culture Moscow events Moscow museums Marc Chagall  

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