Marc Chagall: Spiritual Light

The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

America Windows, 1977, stained glass, 96 × 385 in. (244 × 978 cm) (overall), A gift of Marc Chagall, the City of Chicago, and the Auxiliary Board of The Art Institute of Chicago, commemorating the American Bicentennial in memory of Mayor Richard J. Daley, © 2018 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Courtesy The Art Institute of Chicago

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The United Nations Building, New York City, New York

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Union Church, Pocantico Hills, New York

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The Metz Cathedral, Lorraine, France

Marc Chagall Window Garden of Eden, Cathedral of Metz, France, Courtesy Monika Schappert

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Chichester Cathedral, England

 Chagall window, Chichester Cathedral, Courtesy Jules & Jenny from Lincoln, UK 

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All Saints’ Church, Tudeley, Kent, England

Chagall’s Window at All Saints Church Tudeley, Kent, Courtesy, Klaus D.Peter, Wiehl, Germany 

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The Reims Cathedral, Reims, France

Le roi David, détail d’un vitrail représentant l’Arbre de Jessé. Ce vitrail a été composé par L. Steinheil sous la direction de Viollet-le-Duc, puis réalisé par Coffetier, peintre verrier. Il a été offert par le Cardinal Thomas Gousset en 1861. D’abord placé dans la chapelle axiale, il a été déplacé pour permettre l’installation des vitraux de Marc Chagall. Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, Courtesy Vassil

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St. Stephen’s Church, Mainz, Germany

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The synagogue of Hebrew University’s Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel

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Long form articles:

https://www.widewalls.ch/magazine/marc-chagall-stained-glass-windows

The Jerusalem Windows

Chagall, Marc; Leymarie, Jean

Published by George Braziller, New York (1962)

The Twelve Chagall Windows.

CHAGALL, Marc.

Publication Date: 1962

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