Artista: Marc Chagall
We have original graphic work (prints), engravings, lithographs and serigraphs (engravings, etchings, lithographs, serigraphs) of this artist He was born in Vítebsk (Belarus) being the eldest of nine siblings. His birth name was Moishe Shagal (????? ?????) or Movsha Jatskélevich Shagalov (???? a ?????????? ???????). His mother's name was Felga-Ita. He was one of the most important artists of surrealism and in his work echoes of fantasies and dreams are found. In 1907, Marc Chagall moved to Saint Petersburg, where he joined the school of the Society of Art Sponsors and where he studied under the guidance of Nikolai Roerich. After becoming known as an artist, he left Saint Petersburg, Russia, to join a group of artists who were in the Montparnasse Quarter, in Paris, France. In 1914 he returned to Vitebsk to marry his fiancee, Bella Rosenfeld, whom he had met in 1909. At the beginning of the First World War, Chagall remained in his hometown. In 1915 he married Bella and the following year they had a daughter whom they named Ida.
Chagall's works in Spain  Traditionally little known to Spanish collecting, Chagall now has a significant presence in Spain, mainly due to the opening of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid (four oil paintings, dated between 1913 and the 1930s). In addition to the aforementioned painting in Tosa de Mar, there are two others (both still lifes of flowers) in Madrid (Palacio de Liria, Collection of the House of Alba) and Galicia (collection of Novacaixagalicia).