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Barbizon & the Journey to Impressionism

By |2020-11-19T17:51:13-08:00November 19th, 2020|News|

One of the most significant periods in Art History was the 19th century. The dramatic shift from academic art to the Impressionist movement was profound and it was that shift that gave rise to modern art. Picasso, Dalí, Miró, Matisse and Chagall could not have achieved their supremacy had the artists of the mid-19th century not taken their bold steps...

Tête de Femme au Chapeau/Paysage avec Baigneurs (1962)

By |2020-11-12T21:42:28-08:00November 12th, 2020|News, Uncategorized|

Tête de Femme au Chapeau/Paysage avec Baigneurs (1962), or “Head of a Woman with a Hat/Landscape with Bathers,” by master artist Pablo Picasso survives as a remarkable and fascinating "ambiguous image,” meaning an image that can be reversed or interpreted in various ways. This original linocut belongs to Picasso’s most coveted body of graphic...

Study for Soldier Take Warning, 1942

By |2020-10-29T17:26:35-07:00October 26th, 2020|News|

Study for Soldier Take Warning is one of the greatest Salvador Dalí artworks. It is original. It is rare. It is pristine. It is for sale. Beyond that though, it is the very essence of both Surrealistic and Dalínian. Salvador Dalí was a complex... necessary to explore each of those levels and each of those facets, for to do otherwise is to dishonor it.

Galerie Michael – Legacy of a Lifetime

By |2020-10-21T14:20:07-07:00October 20th, 2020|News|

Access the Catalog Until the end, Michael Schwartz spent his life helping others fulfill their hopes and dreams in the acquisition of the world's finest art--stretching from the 17th century to the present.  From Rembrandt to the Barbizon School, and from Renoir to Picasso, Miró, Chagall, Dalí and Matisse.   Even into the contemporary

Chagall Exhibition

By |2020-09-01T22:06:44-07:00August 28th, 2020|News|

As we move together in re-opening the world’s economy, we seek common ground–things that we can readily agree on. Things that we can share with each other. Things that draw us–and then bind us–together. Galerie Michael, like every other organization in the world...

Marc Chagall, La Femme du Peintre, 1971

By |2020-08-31T17:28:08-07:00August 28th, 2020|News|

La Femme du Peintre, or "The Artist's Wife," by Marc Chagall is an expression of the master artist's dedication to family. The piece, created in 1971, depicts Chagall and his second wife, Valentina "Vava" Brodsky. As with his first wife and muse, Bella Rosenfeld who died of a virus during World War II...

Marc Chagall, Le Christ au village, 1966

By |2020-08-28T23:21:42-07:00August 28th, 2020|News|

Pablo Picasso once commented, “. . . now that Matisse is dead, Chagall is the true colorist—the only artist who really understands what color is. There has never been anybody since Renoir who has the feeling for color and light that Chagall has.”

Marc Chagall, L’Envolée magique, 1980

By |2020-08-27T18:40:23-07:00August 27th, 2020|News|

L’Envolée magique, 1980 or "The Magic Flight," belongs to an incredible series of large-scale lithographs by master artist Marc Chagall entitled Fourteen Large Lithographs of 1980. In 1980, publisher Aimé Might commissioned Chagall to make these lithographs, upon coming across some especially large lithostones.

Marc Chagall, Les Adolescents, 1975

By |2020-08-26T17:36:41-07:00August 26th, 2020|News|

In the words of Marc Chagall: “Despite all the troubles in our world, in my heart I have never given up on the love in which I was brought up or on man’s hope in love. In life, just as on the artist’s palette, there is but one single color that gives meaning to life and art—the color of love”

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