Last Saturday I saw a musical about young Marc Chagall and his first wife Bella Rosenfeld. A love story that ended with her premature death. “Flying Lovers of Vitebsk” is a small and unpretentious British production, that didn’t quite live up to my expectations –I was hoping for something more visually stimulating because…Chagall!– but it was still quite enchanting. It made me think of a couple of his paintings among the many I’ve photographed: “I and the Village,” 1911 (MoMA) and “Cow with Parasol,” 1946 (NY Met). Chagall’s paintings are so full of details and stories, I like to break them into several scenes.
And here’s a glimpse at “Flying Lovers.” https://youtu.be/VJ4K3mIP9dA.
Doors of The National Gallery of Art, West Building. Washington, D.C. – The Gallery’s campus includes the original neoclassical West Building designed by John Russell Pope, and the modern East Building. This post is about the West Building.
The theme of this week’s photo challenge is Satisfaction. What brings me satisfaction?
Witnessing and capturing a dramatic sunset over the Pacific
Stepping into the cool waters of the Pacific Ocean
Art! Colors! Chagall’s Blues!
Sipping iced coffee on a summer afternoon, listening to music and browsing though photos
This gallery contains 17 photos.