Litho Chagall/Blind stamp
I have a litho of Chagall, with a blind stamp on de lower corner. The round stamp shows a star in the middle and I can read the words PARIS and LONDON, plus something else begining with "M". Can anyone give me an idea of what the stamps means, and where it comes from? Thanks!
Chagall , Marc
I have a Chagall print older from Shorewood publishers , I heard prints can be of value ? How would I know ? Thank you,
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I have a signed Marc Chagall with a stamp with a star signed E.A. on the bottom left. It is poet reclining. My question is why is this not numbered? Has it much worth? Thank you Janice LaPorte
yes i would like to discuss this further how do i contact you ?
Answering Raymond C
Yes Raymond C., Chagall painted more than one of the same subject. I own one of these pieces. I purchased it about 1990, entitled "Pinch of Snuff," depicting an old Rabbi seated at a table with the Torah. I have identified 4 other depictions of the same subject and mine is clearly identifiable with the assitance of a major museum currently online. Selling a Chagall is extremely difficult with the only qualified entity being The Committee Chagall in Paris. An appraisal means zilch without their approval which can be a very expensive and time consuming process. I'm not fond of showing my Chagall painted for fear of "burning" it, but if you'd like to contact me privately, I'd be happy to share some additional information with you.
marc chagall is it real
did marc chagall ever not sign his work and did he ever paint more than one of a painting and does anyone know where the painting rabbi with torah is???
I have a numbered Tribe of the Reuben painting no7 of 150 signed in pencil on the bottom right in pencil,who can tell me if its authentic
36/100 bouquet w bowl of cherries
At a 1986 hospital fundraiser on Long Island, NY, we won a framed lithograph: bouquet w bowl of cherries #36/100 w Chagall signature on lower right . We've enjoyed it all theses years but in a recent move the glass cracked. Our research has not uncovered the date of this edition.The image is 22w x 33 1/2 inches high. We are concerned that the cost to replace the 28w x 40h inch glass is more then the value of the lithograph. What date is this edition?
chagall, glass, wedding in the village
ten years ago i found this at a garage sale for $2.00,hung it in my kitchen window and forgot about it.I love art why Idid not see the signature or the roman numerals lower right or the bmfa lower left,or the fact the painting is inside the glass.almost like he painted it one layer of color at a time. so much detail to their clothing amazing color ,but I am not sure if its a peacock or a chicken their riding .I would be happy to show you photos ,any info would be great how was this painting done? THANK YOU
Chagall Litho Authenticity
I have a Chagall print that has the edition number in lower left in pencil and ink signature on the right. There are also 5 different stamps along the bottom, one in red ink in French and the others symbols. Does anyone know what these mean or if it is a means of authentication? thanks
Is my painting an unpublished Marc Chagall?
We've had this painting in our family for more than 80 years + it has been passed from generation to generation, it is signed Marc Chagall, it is that of a bride in a red dress with a white veil, the head of a man appears close to her, there are a couple of doves to the right and a bouquet of pinkis roses, this painting has been seen by several area art dealers and never been taken out of its frame as we have not allowed it, but based on what they have seen, the paper of matting, the material on which is painted on, and the back of the painting itself shows signs to them that it is an original, we don't know who to contact to actually let us know, everyone that comes to the house marvels at the beauty of the art and the colors. If anyone's interested in seeing it, I can submit photographs.
Is my Chagall authentic?
Found a framed painting in my mother-in-laws attic and on the back it says Marc Chagall -1973 with red numbers. It has a sticker saying To dd Gallery. The painting loos like it could be a Marc Chagall bukt is not signed or the signature is under the matte.
It appears to be a watercolor sizing around 5x7 on a 8x10 matte. Any suggestions on how I can find out it this is an original. Any advice would be welcomed.
Marc Chagall Authentication
Chagall's works are only deemed authentic by the Comite Marc Chagall in Paris, France.
Comite Marc Chagall
35 Quai de l’Horloge
Tel> (33) 1 40 51 74 70
I HAVE A PRINT OR LITHO SIGNED IN LOWER RIGHT AND NUMBERED IN LOWER LEFT 202/500 THE NAME OF IT IS MOSES SHOWS THE ELDERS THE TABLETS OF THE LAW.ITS ABOUT 15X21 IN THE FRAME. DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT TIS AND WHERE I CAN FIND OUT MORE ON THIS. THANKS
I have a Chagall print of " Bowl of Cherries" which is signed in the bottom right corner - it is numbered however there is a roman numeral I or a capital letter i before the number on the print. Does anyone know why or what this means ?
Chagall's "Original Bouquet"
I see this lithograph everywhere on sale for $20-40.00 with Chagall's signature on the LEFT HAND SIDE UNDER THE PICTURE.
Several years ago I bought a framed "Original Bouquet" that looks like the real thing with the signature IN THE PAINTING on the left hand side. The previous owner said it was purchased from an old hotel that was closing. Might I have something of value here that needs to be looked into and is there anything special I should be looking for?
I bought a Chagall picture signed and numbered. How can I tell if the signature is authentic
Is this the real thing?
I recently purchased a lithograph by chagall with a cerificate of signature by Darvick. Piece is "Flowers over Saint Jeannet" Auctioneer at our local Rotary club emphasized that this was the only one in existance.
Is this possible?
I'm starting to have doubts.
Ron in North Carolina
I recently purchased a Chagall watercolor and charcoal signed original art study for "Mermaid in the Sky" without a COA. Piece was found in the U.K. by seller. It is signed "Chagall" without his first name. Do you know how I can get this piece authenticated, and find out it's age. I am in California. Thanks!
Same old questions. I purchased two lithographs at an estate sale. One is "The Emancipation of Man" and the other is "Violiniste Bleu". Any idea how to tell if they are authentic? They are professionally framed and sealed.
Title of Painting
Where can I look up the name/title of a Marc Chagall enamel on copper painting? Doyle's in New York said I have a copy. Ir looks like Mary on the donkey with infant w/ leading the donkey.
Can anyone assist me in getting a Marc Chagall drawing authenticated?
Chagall (LA Ruche)
I aquired a chagall lithograph through a family estate.The certificate of authenticity that was with it says,La Ruche,a lithograph of color,registration number,36902,from park west galleries.Anyone have any info on these? Thanks.
Chagall Lithograph bought at an estate auction
I purchased a hand-signed and numbered Chagall lithograph at an estate auction. It is elaborately framed in a thick and heavy silver and gold gilded frame. I think is called "The Wrestling of Jacob and The Angel". The colors are georgeous. It is signed and numbered 62/500. When I look at the signature with a loop, it has solid lines, and I do not see color dots, so I don't think the signature is printed. Does anyone know who would have reproduced in a series of 500 or where I might go to do further research on it?
darvick certicate of authenticity
I recently bought an autograph of Chargall on a page from a book on the back was a "darvick certicate of autnticity" not being a collector are these likely to be authentic?
chagall litho value
"the midsummer night's dream" , signed & numbered, anyone know the value or where to find the value?
Chagall signed copies of his artwork
Marc Chagall personally signed reproductions of his artwork for autograph collectors. I personally sent him a reproduction of his "Window" at the United Nations; he signed it and sent it back to me from Alpes-Maritimes, France. He also signed numerous lithos removed from artbooks as well as museum postcards for a friend who was, at the time, a wine importer. He had first met Chagall when Chagall designed the 'Chateau Mouton Rothschild' label. They became friends and he visited with the Chagalls many times each year for many years, each time bringing Chagall reproductions to sign, as well as a gift of wine. Chagall signed the reproductions in ink or in crayon, usually black, but white, yellow, or other colors depending upon the lithograph.
Le Verger - Daphnis & Chloe
I bought a piece at auction that I thought was an original litho from Le Verger. It is pencil signed by Chagall and was authenticated by Herman Darvick.
I think it is a fake.
Does anyone know if Chagall would have ever signed a copy of Le Verger that wasn't an original litho? The size of mine is 18 3/4 x 12 1/2; not even close the original. Any help is appreciated!
I have a lithograph of Chagall's that has a cert. of authenticity on the back that is numbered. It is a rendition of Bouquet with Bowl of Cherries. This print however though nicely framed is only in a faded blue. Not the brilliantly colored versions on the web. There is no indication of color ever being in this. Wonder what the deal is with this. I cannot find one like it on the web. Anyone have any info on this? It is signed in the lower right by Chagall.
Chagall sells for $13.4m?
I read about a Japanese collector who added his 27th original Chagall to his collection for $13.4m. I have not been able to find the website again or any further information on this. Can anybody help me with details of this purchase.
Chagall enamel on copper
I have a 8x10 enamel on copper painting signed by the artist in the lower left. I can't find any information on him working in this media. Does anyone have any imput.
I believe there is an organization in France that can authenticate my Chagall oil painting. Does anyone know how to contact them?
Marc Chagall Illustration IV real or not
Hello, I have recently purchased a Marc Chagall piece as follows:Lithograph
Hand Signature, Marc Chagall, in pencil, as shown in photo
In Black and White
Frederick Praeger, France, 1966
Andre Sauret, Monte Carlo
Paper Size: 9 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches
Matted Size: 14 1/4 x 17 1/2 inches
(1 inch = 2.54 centimetres)
Mint Condition Our Certificate of Authenticity is included
Collectible. This piece was purchased from a gallerie in Vancover Canada. It would be of great help if anyone has any further information on this piece ie, is signature authentic on Chagall illustrations etc.
chagall enamel on copper
I have a white & black enamel on 8"x10" copper, Marc Chagall self-portrait with a flying hen. Any info on this piece would be appreciated.
john F. Sheehy
Marc Chagall -TILE
Does anyone know if Marc Chagall did ANY drawings/ painting with written in French sentiments on regular white kitchen wall tile (4X4) as a thank you / gift for his host/hostess/ friends ?.This was when he was in New York City in the 1940s.
To whomever might be kind enough to offer your thoughts or knowledge relative to Marc Chagall lithographs: A friend of mine purchased a Chagall piece for me from an estate auction. I do know what the IMAGE is: daphnis dream and the nymphs -- from the daphnis and chloe suite. oddly enough, the particular piece I received has a photograph of the work with a signed/embossed "authentication" affixed to the back. ...the authentication seems to be relative to the authenticity of Chagall's SIGNATURE.... (sorry, I can not remember who the authenticator is, but he seemed to have an impressive resume of related publications and positions) this certificate does not reference the art by title, medium, etc., but simply references the piece as a reproduction of a work of art by Marc Chagall, ....which is in the authenticator's opinion, signed by Marc Chagall. My question relates to exactly "what" the piece of art likely "is." --I mean, is it/could it be a "litho" ...or is it a mass produced "poster," -- etc. I have found online refeference of this lithograph as approximately 15x21." -- the piece I have is not that large, (I would guess it's more like 9 or 10 x 12." does that mean that what I have is some sort of less valuable "poster reproduction" -- or were "real" lithos actually produced in more than one size? The piece is coming from the estate of a man who lives in a $6+ million home and who seems to have an extraordinary collection of other "authenticated" works, such as Dali pieces authenticated by the Dali archives...this is is why I'd have to wonder if he'd own a fairly worthless "reproduction," (although an authenticated signature may add value to "anything.") --also I am not sure if it would have been common practice for Chagall to sign "reproductions." Can anyone offer any thoughts/likely possibilities at all? I would truly appreciate your comments.
Portait of Maria Lani
In 1928, Mar Chagall was in Paris and painted a portrait of Maria Lani. It was exhibited in an exhibition in Paris in 1930 and a catalogue of the exhibition was published by "Editions des Quatre Chemins". I have a scanned copy of of this portrait from the catalogue if you are interested. I would appreciate any feedback on where to locate this picture or any information about the portrait. Many thanks.