Les peintres Témoins de leur Temps - before lettering (after) Marc Chagall, 1963
Artist: Marc Chagall
Medium: Lithographic Poster (before lettering), 1963
Dimensions: 29 x 21.5 in, 73.7 x 54.6 cm
Classic Poster Paper - Perfect Condition A
This lithographic poster after Marc Chagall was executed by Charles Sorlier, under the artist's supervision for the exhibition "Les Peintres Témoins de Leurs Temps". This salon was an annual art exhibition organized by Isis Kischka for the first time in 1951. It would take place at the Gallieria Museum in Paris and would be centered on a new theme every year. This "Salon" was in existence until 1983.
Charles Sorlier was the designated craftsman for Marc Chagall at the Mourlot Studio. This images is based on a painting entitled "The Revolution". The central figure is Vladimir Lenin doing a handstand on a table, and in the process, dropping his red flag.
Ed. 3,000 with text. a further 200 on classic poster paper before lettering and an edition of 150 numbered and signed by the artist on wove paper. Ref. # Chagall's posters p.93 . and Ref. Chagall Lithographs V. #CS 9.
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