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Marc Chagall: Expressions of Psychic reality in Modern Art

"If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing.” - Marc Chagall



Chagall, c.1920 (by Pierre Choumoff)

Best known for his "I and the Village", a painting influenced by his childhood spent in rural surroundings, reflecting a dreamlike representation of goats, pastures, a farmer, a violinist, as well as simplistic images of houses, some of which are painted upside-down, Chagall, a Russian-born painter who went against the 20th century inspired art with his fanciful images of blue cows, flying lovers, biblical prophets and green-faced fiddlers on roofs, had a firm idea of who he was and what he wanted to accomplish.[1]