The Marc Chagall Museum in Nice is the biggest public collection of works by Côte d'Azur artist Marc Chagall, centered around his 17 paintings which make up the Biblical Message, illustrating the books of Genesis, Exodus and the Song of Songs

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Musee Marc Chagall, Nice

The Marc Chagall Museum in Nice is the biggest public collection of works by Côte d'Azur artist Marc Chagall, centered around his 17 paintings which make up the Biblical Message, illustrating the books of Genesis, Exodus and the Song of Songs.

The Marc Chagall Museum in Nice is the biggest public collection of works by Côte d'Azur artist Marc Chagall, centered around his 17 paintings which make up the Biblical Message, illustrating the books of Genesis, Exodus and the Song of Songs. There are over 400 painting, gouaches, drawings, wash drawings and pastels on display.


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About Musee Marc Chagall

 36 Avenue Dr Ménard, 06000 Nice, France

 +33 4 93 53 87 20

 musee-chagall.fr

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