Microfiber Marc Chagall - The Song of Songs IV

This recycled polyester microfiber is printed with a detail from Marc Chagall's (1887-1985) work The Song of Songs IV, 1958, kept at the Marc Chagall national Museum.

Taken from one of the settings for the ballet Aleko , the composition features David and Bathsheba embracing on the back of a winged...
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Washable machine at 30°C. No dry cleaning. Not tumble dry. No bleach. No iron.
Marc Chagall (1887-1985)
Musée national Marc Chagall
Art movement
19th century
Matière de l'article
70% polyester recycled
Model dimensions
14.5cm x 14.5cm
Original work kept at
Chagall, Musée Chagall

The work and its artist

Marc Chagall (1887-1985)

A painter, but also a sculptor and a poet, he was born in 1884 in Belarus into a modest family of Jewish origin. It was in his native city that he discovered painting, before leaving in 1907 to study at the Fine Arts School in St. Petersburg and start working in the studio of a Russian ballet decorator. Dreaming of discovering Paris, he settled there in 1911. As soon as he arrived, he met writers, poets and artists who lived in "La Ruche". This city of artists located in the 15th arrondissement of the capital has about a hundred workshops where artists of all nationalities live: Soutine, Archipenko, Zadkine, Léger, Delaunay...