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Marc Chagall ©The Song, Original Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Bronze Sculpture

Original price was: $2,800.00.Current price is: $2,222.95.

This very romantic statue measures 23″H x 21″L x11″W and is cast in the finest American bronze utilizing the superior lost wax casting process. Please click on the thumbnail images above to see additional views of this stunning artwork. This exquisite Limited Edition of only 100 castings is signed by the artist, copyrighted and bears a unique edition number in the bronze casting. The inscription on the brass plate on the marble is inscribed with both the name of the statue & Chagall. Be one of the first to make a purchase and acquire a low numbered edition!

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This is a beautiful original, limited-edition bronze sculpture inspired by the works of the “quintessential Jewish artist of the 20th century” Marc Chagall. Painted in 1939 during the artist’s Parisian period, the theme of Chagall’s painting is William Shakespeare’s comedy, which the painter situated in a dream-like forest inhabited by sylphs and lovers. The bewitched queen of the fairies, Titania, falls for a donkey-headed weaver, Bottom. The woman clad in a white wedding gown and a veil recurs in almost identical form in several pictures from that period, sometimes with the same blue fan. Mounted on a fine black and white “oreo” marble base, this magnificent solid bronze sculpture by Guillermo Castaño brings Chagall’s painting into an exquisite 3-dimensional art form of only 100 signed and copyrighted editions.

This very Romantic statue measures 23″H x 21″L x 11″W and is cast in the finest American bronze utilizing the superior lost wax casting process. Please click on the thumbnail images above to see additional views of this stunning artwork. This exquisite Limited Edition of only 100 castings is signed by the artist, copyrighted and bears a unique edition number in the bronze casting. The inscription on the brass plate on the marble is inscribed with both the name of the statue & Chagall. Be one of the first to make a purchase and acquire a low numbered edition!

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