Marc Chagall/the colours of passion

United States, 1977

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Focuses on the diverse artistic achievements of Marc Chagall. Explains his often perplexing subject matter and passion for colour in terms of his stated desire to create a world where anything is possible. Includes examples of his work, along with a discussion of his background and the influences of impressionism, cubism and Russia on his inspiration. Cameraman by Derek Waterman; quotations by Cyril Shaps and commentary by Paul Gregory. Suitable for Years 7-12.

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