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Chagall Between War and Peace - Paris

From 21/02/2013 to 21/07/2013


Through this exhibition, we can see that the artist's works are related to the history of Europe in the previous century. If Marc Chagall experienced two world wars, he also knew what happiness is. Paintings, prints and drawings on display come from public and private collections. The 80 exposed works reflect personal experiences of the artist and it is interesting to note that the course is chronological: the visitor is led to discover the feeling of Chagall about the war, while ending on a note of hope and optimism.


Information :

Website of the Musée du Luxembourg

All days from 10am to 7:30pm (to 10pm on Monday and Friday)

Musée du Luxembourg
19, rue de Vaugirard
75006 PARIS

Metro : Saint-Germain-des-Prés
RER : Luxembourg
SNCF (train) : Gare du Nord
Bus : 58, 84, 89

Tel : 01 42 34 25 95

Prices : 11 euros / free if you’re under 16