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First full-scale survey of artist's work in almost 20 years, a prodigious oeuvre, complete with a heavily illustrated chronology of Chagall's life, compiled by grand-daughter, Graber. Accompanies major retrospective at SFMoMA.
Hardcover, 236 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Harry N. Abrams
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Enjoyed immersing myself in yet another book about Chagall. I loved its illustrations and the overview of Chagall’s life, and the discussion of how he differed from other artists of his time. I only wish there was more there on his painting techniques.
A fairly typical art book, but an enjoyable walk through the work of incredible artist Marc Chagall. Thankfully there are plenty of good-sized pictures of the works. As in many art books, the text is interesting in a few places, but is rather dull in others. What makes this special is Chagall's talent and seeing it change through the course of his career.