• Marc Chagall, ‘Les Amoureux en gris (Lovers in grey)’

    £18,000.00
    • Marc Chagall
    • Les Amoureux en gris (Lovers in grey)
    • 1957
    • Lithograph on Arches paper
    • 18″ x 15″
    • Edition of 90
    • Signed and numbered
  • Marc Chagall, ‘Les Mimosas’

    £35,000.00
    • Marc Chagall
    • Mimosas
    • 1968
    • Lithograph
    • 23″ x 17.25″
    • Edition of 50
    • Signed and numbered in pencil
  • Marc Chagall, ‘Pierrot avec Parapluie (Man with Umbrella)’

    £16,000.00
    • Marc Chagall
    • Pierrot avec Parapluie (Man with Umbrella)
    • 1926-1927
    • Hand-coloured etching and lift ground technique on Arches
    • Signed and numbered in pencil
    • Edition of 50
    • Image Size: 14″ x 11.5″
    • Frame Size: 29.25″ x 25.5″
    • Reference: Figure 72 in “Chagall: His Graphic Work”, Published by Harry Abrams, 1957
  • Marc Chagall, ‘Self Portrait At The Window’

    £16,000.00
    • Marc Chagall
    • Self Portrait At The Window
    • 1957
    • Lithograph on Arches paper
    • Signed and numbered in pencil
    • Edition of 20
    • 25.7″ x 19.8″ (65.2 cm x 50.2 cm)
    • Frame Size: 35″ x 28.5″
    • Reference: Figure 182 in “Marc Chagall: The Lithographs” by Charles Sorlier, ill. pg 105
  • Marc Chagall, ‘Self Portrait with Palette’

    $9,500,000.00
    • Marc Chagall
    • Self Portrait with Palette
    • 1917
    • Oil on canvas
    • 35″ x 22.8″ (88.9 cm x 58.4 cm)
    • Signed and dated
    • Certificate by Comité Marc Chagall

    Provenance:
    Lisa Chagall (Shub – married name), sister of the artist (gift from the artist upon his departure
    from the Soviet Union in 1922);
    Igor Kornienko, grandson of Lia Chagall;
    By descent to his daughter Oxana Kornienko;
    Art Society, Geneva (represented by Meir Urbach);
    Sotheby’s New York, November 8th, 1995, lot 55;
    Private collection, Israel (the painting is currently in London).

    Exhibited:
    Petrograd 1918;
    Long term loan to The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, July 1998 – March 2003;
    Jerusalem, The Israel Museum, Chagall in Israel, 10th September 2002 – 15th March 2003;
    Long term loan to The Tate Gallery, London April 2005 – July 2007.

    Literature:
    J. Baal-Teshuva, Marc Chagall 1887-1985, Cologne, 2008, p. 84 (full page colour illustration,
    p. 88).