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Marc Chagall I chose Marc Chagall because I liked the colors that he used in his paintings I liked the way his painting technique looked on the canvas His short brush strokes made it appear as if one color was blending into another There are areas in some of his paintings where there are numerous colors all made to look as if there was only one color I also like the way that his pictures seem to tell a story When I first looked at Chagalls work I thought he just randomly threw ideas onto a canvas but as I got to reading about him I found he put much more thought into his pictures than I had imagined His use of color vary from dark and dreary to bright and bold and put forth feelings of terror and excitement depending on the colors which he chose to use Another reason that I chose to use Chagall as my artist would probably be because I didnt find that he painted a lot of human heads rather he used animal heads Seeing as how Im not very skilled when it comes to drawing the human face I thought it would be a good idea to choose Marc Chagall Marc Chagall was born in 1887 in Vitebsk Russia He was born to a family that was deeply rooted in Jewish religion and tradition The Jewish and Russian folklore he had learned of as a child influenced him deeply and provided the basis for much of his artwork It was this sense of fantasy that made Chagall famous and because of it he remains famous Chagall was considered a painter-poet of the twentieth century He transformed both the visible world and human emotions into visual poetry Rather than earning praise for this Chagall heard criticism The criticism he received for his work included accusations that he was infatuated with literary symbolic and religious ideas
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