Marc Chagall (Liozna, Byelorussia, 1887 – Saint-Paul-de-Vence, 1985)
The work of Marc Chagall has a unique style, linked to surrealism. Its symbolism reflects the artist’s intimate life, his imagination and his dreams. Chagall produced oils on canvas, engravings, sculptures, poetries, and paintings on stained glass or on walls. Chagall, prolific and indefatigable worker, reached the summit of recognition when he was still alive. He is considered one of the greatest masters of the twentieth century.