At The Circus (Au Cirque) - Marc Chagall - Large Art Prints
The circus subjects that Chagall developed in 1926-1930 would continue to bear fruit for the next half century of this artist's amazingly long life. "It is a magic word, circus, a timeless dancing game where tears and smiles, the play of arms and legs take the form of a great art."
Chagall, in order to emphasize the fact that this painting is in every way a gift to Bella from him, of him, depicts his beloved bare-back rider in a most unusual way--he has exchanged places with her, so that he is now à cheval and she has become the admiring on-looker who lovingly appreciates his act, the momentous success of which we may gauge from his joyous dance of triumph atop the horse as she clangs a pair of cymbals in raucous applause. The musicians get in swing of things and play for all they are worth; the audience appears to be clapping in unison, cheering everyone on.
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