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Marc Chagall
(1887 - 1985)

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1887 Born 7 July in Vitebsk, Byelorussia
1907 Studies art with Leon Bakst in St. Petersburg
1910 Settles in Paris until 1914
1914 Holds a one-man show in Berlin, exhibiting work dominated by Jewish images and personages
1917 Appointed Commissar for Fine Arts in Vitebsk
1919 Appointed the art director of the Moscow Jewish State Theatre
1922 Leaves Russia, eventually settling in Paris
1931 Visits Israel for the opening of the Tel Aviv Art Museum
1941 Spends the war years in the United States (until 1948)
1973 The Musée National Message Biblique Marc Chagall (National Museum of the Marc Chagall Biblical Message) opens in Nice, France
1985 Dies 28 March in St. Paul de Vence, France
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