Chagall Museum

Musée National Marc Chagall

The Chagall Museum was created by the artist's will to bring together in one purpose-built place his most important biblical works: the 17 paintings which make up the Biblical Message.

The permanent collection is the biggest public collection of works by Marc Chagall. It is organized around the set of works produced by the painter on the Old Testament themes, supplemented by a large number of works of secular or religious inspiration: over 400 painting, gouaches, drawings, wash drawings and pastels. The museum offers the visitor a first room containing twelve large-size paintings illustrating the first two books of the Old Testament, Genesis and Exodus. In a second, smaller hexagonal room are five compositions on the theme of the Song of Songs, another Old Testament book.

Audio-guides in French, English, German, Italian, Russian, Japanese and Chinese.

Free admission the 1st Sunday of each month and for citizens of EU member States under age 26.

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