Marc Chagall, Moïse et les tables de la loi, 1962

Marc Chagall’s fascination with religion greatly inspires much of his work. Chagall felt a deep connection to his Hasidic heritage and embraces both Christian and Jewish themes in his work. His unification of these two separate religions reminds his viewers of their familiar origins. The visual metaphors he uses to depict his faith reflects his wish to...

Marc Chagall, (Les fiancés aux deux bouquets), 1963

Paravent (Les fiancés aux deux bouquets), 1963 or "Screen (The engaged couple with two bouquets)" by master artist Marc Chagall survives as an exceptional work--a masterpiece inspired by months of research and labor. Shortly before the time of its conception, Chagall delved into a study of the Far East, familiarizing himself with the decorative arts of...


Galerie Michael is proud to present PICASSO, an exhibition rich with rare proofs and exceptional prints, some of Picasso’s most defining graphic oeuvre. The works exhibited are so unique and of the most important quality, that they cannot fail to have a permanent place in art history.

From the Desk of Michael Schwartz

In the art world, like everywhere else, change is a con-stant. And like everywhere else, the pace of change is ever-increasing. Economies rise, and they fall. Nations grow and then retract. The effects of geo-politics can be felt in all corners of the globe, including in the art world, which by definition impacts all economies, all nations and all cultures. Cultures have developed over the millennia and typically change very slowly. Yet even in previously slow-chang-ing cultures, momentous

Origins of Impressionism Exhibition

Join us in Galerie Michael to travel on the road from Paris into Barbizon-and therefore beyond. We have captured not only the Barbizon moments, but the captivating metamorphosis from academia to the first revolutionary paintings in open-air on...

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