Artist: Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985)
Historical Background: Created in 1964, this work was adapted by Charles Sorlier from a preliminary study created by Chagall for the new ceiling for the Opera Garnier in Paris which was created as a tribute to Berlioz for his rendition of the classic, “Romeo and Juliet.” Printed on Arches wove paper and numbered from the edition of 200 in pencil in the lower right (aside from 25 artist’s proofs). Hand signed by Marc Chagall in pencil in the lower right with the inscription: ‘D’Apres Marc Chagall – C.H. Sorlier Grav’ in the lower left.
25.5” x x40” Canvas Backed, Framed