Today we offer you a new exclusive coloring page created from a Marc Chagall painting : “The Green violonist”.
It’s a painting created between 1923 and 1924 in Paris, and now on display at Guggenheim Museum (New York).
It’ a great example of the Cubism style.
You can read the full story behind this art piece on the website of the Guggenheim museum
Here is an interesting extract :
In Green Violinist Chagall evoked his homeland. The artist’s nostalgia for his own work was another impetus in creating this painting, which is based on earlier versions of the same subject. His cultural and religious legacy is illuminated by the figure of the violinist dancing in a rustic village. The Chabad Hasidim of Chagall’s childhood believed it possible to achieve communion with God through music and dance, and the fiddler was a vital presence in ceremonies and festivals.
So, after some work (manual and digital drawing) …
… Here is the result :