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-Lisa Caplan, AppAdvice

Overdamped Art™ proudly presents Chagall HD 3.0
New look, New UI. The biggest update since the launch
Chagall HD is used in various colleges and art schools
Optimized for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Pro
Compatible with all devices with iOS 7.1 or higher

Virtual Museum Experience
Born into an Orthodox Jewish family in what was then known as Russian Poland, March Chagall studied in St. Petersburg and Paris and returned to his native city on the eve of World War I. He joined the Knave of Diamond group and participated in their 1917 exhibition, which was intended as an attack on the stuffy classicism of the Moscow School of Art. The Revolution broke out shortly afterwards and Chagall was appointed Director of the Vitebsk Art School before being summoned to Moscow to design sets for the Jewish Theatre. After settling near Paris, he moved to the USA on the outbreak of World War II. After spending 6 years in America, he returned to France where he spent the rest of his career. His paintings combine fantasy, folklore and biblical themes with an intensely surreal quality. Indeed, it is claimed that Guillaume Apollinaire originally coined the term 'Surrealist' to describe Chagall's paintings.

9 Categories
1. Russia (~1910)
2. France (1911~1914)
3. Russia and Soviet Belarus (1915~1922)
4. France (1923~1941)
5. America (1942~1948)
6. France (1948~1960
7. France (1961~1970)
8. France (1971~)
9. Works from Unknown Dates

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1. Title
2. Original Year
3. Method/Tools of Painting
4. Size of Original Painting
5. Current Location and Ownership

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