Chagall Marc

Cha·gall

 (shə-gäl′, -găl′, shä-), Marc 1887-1985.
Russian-born artist noted for his dreamlike, fanciful imagery and brilliantly colored canvases. Among his works are two huge murals designed for the New York City Metropolitan Opera House (1966).
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