Marc Chagall - Ce lui qui dit les choses sans rien dire (Plate 11)

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Original Etching & Aquatint, 1975/6 , on Velin Arches paper, an Unsigned proof , with the publishers watermark ME (Maeght Editeur), a proof with full margins still attached to a further page pdf printed text (folded over)

Literature:

Patrick Cramer: “Marc Chagall, Les Livres Illustres” Reference 99, page 292/3

Quarante ans d’edition Maeght, page 106

Note:Those who say things without saying anything” . Chagall illustrates Aragon's poetry in twenty-five original full-page colour etchings with aquatint of which this an one example. While Aragon's verse is mainly a tribute to the painter, Chagall's original engravings focus on many of his favourite themes and exemplify his typically poetic and whimsical style. This example shows marchers carrying a Tricolour flag.
Printed by: Lacouriere et Frelaut , Paris, France

Edition: 200 proofs, unsigned and with the publishers watermark (Our example)

25 on Japan paper, signed and numbered by the artist in pencil

Size: Paper size : 360 x 470 mms ; Image size 300 x 391