Superb selection of works dated from just before WW2 to the mid 50's which encapsulate Chagall's response to war, changes in his Russian homeland, his Jewish faith and the death of his wife. Highly recommended. Last day of exhibition is 21 July 2013. Inevitable down side is the crowd (its very popular) and the fact that the vestiare is too small to handle demand to store coats and bags.
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