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LITHOGRAPHS OF CHAGALL, WITH 28 ORIGINAL PRINTS

(CHAGALL, Marc) CAIN, Julien and SORLIER, Charles. Lithographs of Marc Chagall. Monte Carlo, New York, Boston, 1960-86. Six volumes.

First editions in English of the six-volume catalogue raisonné of Chagall’s lithographs, richly illustrated with 28 original lithographs (including the dust jackets). $11,500.

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JERUSALEM WINDOWS, BOLDLY INSCRIBED BY CHAGALL, WITH TWO ORIGINAL COLOR LITHOGRAPHS

CHAGALL, Marc. Vitraux pour Jerusalem. Monte Carlo, 1962.

First French edition of Chagall's Jerusalem Windows, boldly inscribed by Chagall and dated "1965, Vence" on the photographic front flyleaf, with two original full-color lithographs specially prepared by Chagall for this edition and with numerous beautiful color lithographic reproductions of the artist's work. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall. $7500.

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ONE OF ONLY 100 COPIES SIGNED BY IVAN ALBRIGHT, MARC CHAGALL, WILLEM DE KOONING, JOAN MIRÓ, AND GEORGIA O'KEEFFE

FELDSTEIN, Janice J., editor. The Art Institute of Chicago. 100 Masterpieces. Chicago, Illinois, 1978.

Deluxe signed limited first edition of this work celebrating the first 100 years at the Art Institute and its 100 most beloved masterpieces, number 26 of only 100 copies signed by Ivan Albright, Marc Chagall (actually inscribed: "Pour Art Inst. Chicago Marc Chagall 1979"), Willem de Kooning, Joan Miró, and Georgia O'Keeffe, strikingly illustrated with 100 color folio reproductions of the Art Institute's finest works, beautifully bound in full padded morocco and in publisher's morocco-gilt clamshell box. $6500.

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WITH ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHIC COVERS BY CHAGALL AND 26 FULL-PAGE HELIOGRAVURES, SIGNED BY CHAGALL

CHAGALL, Marc. Verve: Contes de Boccace. Paris, 1950.

First edition of this exceptional volume of 26 Chagall heliogravures, accompanied by 26 tipped-in color prints from a medieval miniaturist, boldly signed by Chagall on the half title. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall. $5800.

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BOLDLY SIGNED BY CHAGALL

CHAGALL, Marc. Peintures 1942-1945. Paris, 1947.

Limited first edition, one of only 195 copies, with 16 beautiful color plates of painting done by Chagall during World War II, boldly signed and dated in 1976 by Chagall on the title page. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall. $5500.

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MY LIFE, BOLDLY INSCRIBED BY CHAGALL IN THE YEAR OF PUBLICATION WITH ORIGINAL SELF-PORTRAIT SKETCH

CHAGALL, Marc. My Life. New York, 1960.

First edition in English of Chagall's autobiography, boldly inscribed on the half-title in the year of publication to the Director of Public Affairs at Brandeis where Chagall was Artist-in-Residence: "Pour Beryl Reubens en bon souvenir Marc Chagall 1960. Brandeis," with an original sketch (a curved line) by Chagall, and a typed signed letter by the recipient, Reubens, describing the circumstances of the inscription and why Chagall drew the line in lieu of a more complicated sketch. $4000.

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SIGNED BY CHAGALL, WITH TWO ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS

(CHAGALL, Marc) CAIN, Julien and SORLIER, Charles. Lithographe III. France, 1969.

First edition, French issue of the third volume of the catalogue raisonné of Chagall's lithographs, with two original lithographs (including the dust jacket), signed by Chagall on the title page. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall. $3500.

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WITH SEVEN ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS, SIGNED BY CHAGALL

(CHAGALL, Marc). Derriere le Miroir. Paris, 1957.

First edition of this lavish production, with seven original Chagall lithographs, four of which are in color and two of which are double-page, boldly signed by Chagall on the first page of text. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall. $3500.

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WITH 92 ILLUSTRATIONS BY MARC CHAGALL, SIGNED BY HIM

(CHAGALL, Marc) COQUIOT, Gustave. Suite Provinciale. Paris, 1927.

Limited first edition, number 233 of 500 copies (from a total edition of 550), with 92 black-and-white illustrations by Marc Chagall—many full-page—boldly signed by him on the title page in red crayon. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall. $3200.

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BOLDLY INSCRIBED BY MARC CHAGALL

(CHAGALL, Marc) KORNFELD, Eberhard W. Catalogue raisonne de l'oeuvre grave. Volume I: 1922-1966. Bern, 1971.

First edition in French, with 123 plates (many in color) of Chagall's engravings, boldly inscribed across the title page to a friend and fellow Russian Jewish emigré, "Pour M. Liverant. Marc Chagall 1975." $3000.

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WITH THREE ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS, INSCRIBED BY CHAGALL

(CHAGALL, Marc). Derriere le Miroir. Paris, 1964.

First edition of this lavish production, with two original Chagall color lithographs—one double-page, the other the front cover—and one original black-and-white Chagall lithograph, boldly inscribed by Chagall on the first page of text to a friend and fellow Russian Jewish emigré, "Par M? Liverant. Marc Chagall 1975." $2800.

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WITH THREE ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS, INSCRIBED BY CHAGALL

(CHAGALL, Marc). Derriere le Miroir. Paris, 1972.

First edition of this lavish production, with three original Chagall color lithographs, including the front wrapper and a double-page lithogrpah, boldly inscribed by Chagall on the first page of text to a friend and fellow Russian Jewish emigré, "Pour M. Liverant. Marc Chagall 1975." $2800.

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WITH AN ORIGINAL CHAGALL LITHOGRAPH

SENGHOR, Léopold Sédar. Elegie des Alizes. Paris, 1973.

Limited first edition, number 405 of only 450 copies, of Senghor's Élégie des Alizés (Elegy for the Trade Winds), with an original full-page three-color lithograph by Chagall, signed and dated by him in 1974 on the title page. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall. $2800.

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SIGNED BY CHAGALL

CHAGALL, Marc. Marc Chagall. Peintures Recentes 1967-1977. Paris, 1977.

First edition, with 62 illustrations, many in color, of Chagall's paintings, signed on the first page of text by Chagall. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall. $2300.

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"A THOUSAND YEARS HAVE GONE BY AND I REMEMBER YOU—AND YOUR YIDDISH WRITING STYLE"

CHAGALL, Marc. Autograph letter signed. Zurich, September 9, 1970.

Extraordinary 1970 autograph signed letter written entirely in Yiddish from Marc Chagall to acclaimed Yiddish writer and Jewish activist S.L. Shneiderman thanking him for sending a book on Ilya Ehrenburg; expressing his hopes that they will see each other in the near future; and explaining that he is in Zurich for an event related to having made the stained glass windows for the Fraumunster Church. $2200.

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1974 BULLETIN OF THE CHAGALL MUSEUM, INSCRIBED BY CHAGALL TO A FRIEND AND MUSEUM BENEFACTOR

(CHAGALL, Marc). Amis du Musee National Message Biblique Marc Chagall. Nice, 1974.

Limited first edition, number 17 of 500 copies produced for benefactors, of the annual bulletin for 1974 of the Marc Chagall Museum in Nice, inscribed by Chagall on the title page to a friend and fellow Russian Jewish emigré, "1975 Pour M. J. Liverant en Souneur. Marc Chagall." With a laid-in notecard inscribed by Chagall as president of the Museum, "pour Monsieur Liverant, membre d'honneur." $1500.

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1976 BULLETIN OF THE CHAGALL MUSEUM, SIGNED BY CHAGALL

(CHAGALL, Marc). Amis du Musee National Message Biblique Marc Chagall. Nice, 1976.

Limited first edition, number 13 of 500 copies produced for benefactors, of the annual bulletin for 1976 of the Marc Chagall Museum in Nice, signed by Chagall on the title page. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall who was one of the benefactors of the Museum and an honorary member. $1200.

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SIGNED BY MARC CHAGALL

(CHAGALL, Marc). Marc Chagall a Palazzo Pitti. Dipinti 1967-1977. Firenze, 1978.

First edition, with 60 illustrations (35 in color) of Chagall paintings, signed by him on the first page of text. From the collection of Joseph Liverant, a fellow Russian Jewish emigré and friend of Chagall who was one of the benefactors of the Museum and an honorary member. $950.

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