Chagall Unpublished Drawings by JACQUES CHAGALL MARC; LASSAIGNE

By JACQUES CHAGALL MARC; LASSAIGNE

Chagall Unpublished Drawings.

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The themes, drawn from his private repertory of Russian folklore and personal memories, are very close in his rich to those which he conjured up autobiography and those which reappear variety in his illustrations for Gogol's Here they are still presented quite directly, as the basic elements of future work. may become at any time the object in Dead almost such Souls. plainly, One feels that they of many variations, that in fact they are a storehouse of strength on which he can always draw. 51 52 Reclining Figure.

In The bodies are made solidly built powerful blacks, particularly that of the oversize naked child a flash of 40 interconnected. The two figures rising light. up in the center of the composition like "The next drawing nnarks a further step in tine same direction. The blacks have deepened and spread over large tracts, and the composition is balanced by the contrast of the white goat standing out against the black sky and the black cock silhouetted against a patch of white. The theme was doubtless suggested by two stories in verse by the poet Nister, With the Cock and With the which Chagall original Museum to illustrated in 1916.

Gogue of Vitebsk with its It first Chagall shows the made old syna- massive and chaotic architecture, windows along the women's staircase, the rainpipe at the edge of the roof, its various openings of different sizes. As a child Chagall was hypnotized by this building, to which he went so often with his father; it still dominates his memories, its formless mass hardly seems to be that of Si house at all, for it is represented here its in stained-glass mid-winter, covered with snow, in which nimble children, not so very different from those of Bruegel, are playing the yard.

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