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Ida Chagall

Ida Chagall

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    Ms. Chagall was born in Vitebsk, Russia, her father's hometown, to the painter and his first wife, Bella Rosenfeld. She was well known in Parisian art circles and organized exhibitions of Chagall's paintings in several French museums. In 1990 she gave the Israel Museum in Jerusalem 103 works by her father, including drawings he made for two books written by her mother. She married twice and had three children by her second husband, Franz Meyer, a former director of the Kunstmuseum in Basel, Switzerland.

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Ida Chagall

(19161916 Gregorian
1915 Julian
5676 Hebrew
, Vitebsk - August, 1994August, 1994 Gregorian
July, 1994 Julian
Av, 5754 Hebrew
, Brula Dyu Kastele)


(July 7, 1887July 7, 1887 Gregorian
June 25, 1887 Julian
Tammuz 15, 5647 Hebrew
, Vitebsk - March 28, 1985March 28, 1985 Gregorian
March 15, 1985 Julian
Nisan 6, 5745 Hebrew
, Saint-Paul-De-Vence)


(December 15, 1895December 15, 1895 Gregorian
December 3, 1895 Julian
Kislev 28, 5656 Hebrew
, Vitebsk - September 2, 1944September 2, 1944 Gregorian
August 20, 1944 Julian
Elul 14, 5704 Hebrew
, New York)


(about 1955about 1955 Gregorian
about 1954 Julian
about 5715 Hebrew
, Paris - )


(about 1955about 1955 Gregorian
about 1954 Julian
about 5715 Hebrew
, Paris - )

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