Light, Colour and the French Riviera: Marc Chagall’s Unique Vision in Macau
Why We Recommend it
The unique, highly-symbolic world of Marc Chagall (1887–1985) will be on show in an exhibit inspired by the life and colour of the French Riviera.
This exhibit showcases the distinctive visual language of Chagall, who was born in White Russia (now Belarus), but later relocated to the South of France.
The works are inspired by the dazzling Mediterranean Sea and bright landscapes of the French Riviera, a region the artist first fell in love with in the 1920s.