Vitebsk 1887 – 1985 Saint-Paul-de-Vence
“Les fiancés aux anémones“. 1979
Oil and tempera on canvas. 91,5 × 64,5 cm. (36 × 25 ⅜ in.) Signed lower right: Marc Chagall. Signed with brush in black on the reverse: Chagall Marc.  Frame: Spanien, 17. Century loan frame Dengg, Berlin
ProvenanceFormerly Ida Chagall, Basel (daughter of the artist)
Addendum/ErratumWith a certificate by the Comité Chagall, Paris, dated 26 November 2019 (copy). The work is registered in the archive of the Comité as number 2019124.
EUR 1.000.000 – 1.500.000
USD 1,100,000 – 1,650,000
1,225,000 EUR (incl. premium)
The painting will be auctioned off to benefit the charity organization KIRIAT YEARIM.
KIRIAT YEARIM is a Swiss Christian-Jewish charity organization for children and young people that operates a Youth Village of the same name and boarding school near Jerusalem. It was originally built in 1951 for orphans who had survived the Holocaust and is since offering support for socially disadvantaged youths in Israel – irrespective of their place of origin, language and religion. The non-profit organization supports children and young people on their way to becoming responsible and confident members of society and commits itself to social integration. Schooling, education and culture are the fundamental building blocks.
KIRIAT YEARIM currently provides a home and future to around 150 young people. They are taught in six classes, supported in their personal development and given new perspectives.
The Village is to be extended in the near future for former pupils in order to provide a home for young adults during their further education. New workshops – for art subjects, amongst others - are also planned.
In the promotion of projects, the focus is always on sustainability and effectiveness, as well as high quality, transparency and integrity of all parties involved. Mindfulness and understanding should be lived and promoted, and a contribution to international understanding and world peace should be made.
Literature and IllustrationAuction catalogue: Marc Chagall. Indivision Ida Chagall. Bern, Galerie Kornfeld, 16.6.2006, cat. no. 32, w. ill.
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