Marc Chagall: I and the Village, Reusable Tote Bag

About the Artist

Marc Chagall (1887–1985) was a Russian-born painter, lithographer, etcher, and designer. His unique style combines fauve, cubist, expressionist, and suprematist influences, while reflecting his native Jewish Russian culture. The Gallery's permanent collection contains a number of works by Chagall, notably an exquisite glass and stone mosaic bequeathed to the Gallery by arts patron Evelyn Stefansson Nef (1913–2009). One of Washington's hidden treasures, Orphée (1969), was installed in the Sculpture Garden in 2013, providing it with a permanent and public home.

Marc Chagall: I and the Village, Reusable Tote Bag

# 751040


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Get carried away with this reusable tote bag featuring a detail from Marc Chagall's I and the Village (1911). Chagall conjures a magical village in an enchanting fairy tale in this nostalgic re-imagining of his Jewish community in Russia.
  • Polyester
  • 19.7 x 16.5 inches, 1.9 ounces
  • Can hold up to 44 pounds
  • Includes matching zipper pouch (4.3 x 4.5 inches)
  • Handle is 10.6 inches
  • Water resistant

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