Through the Window--Views of Marc Chagall's Life and Art

Through the Window--Views of Marc Chagall's Life and Art by Barb Rosenstock traces the life of the small Russian boy named Moishe Shagal who became Marc Chagall, one of the world’s foremost artists. Both world wars interrupted his professional and family life; he eventually settled in the United States. His imaginative, brightly colored paintings became sought after and later in life he turned to stained glass creations. His gorgeous windows in the chapel in Pocantico Hills, NY are well worth a trip. This book beautifully captures the dreaminess of his imagination with its illustrations by Mary Grandpre. (Non-Fiction)