Marc Chagall is the artist who best demonstrates this spiritual practice in all of its richness and dramatic variety. He once stated, "Everything can and will be transformed in life and art if we speak the word love without shame . . . in it lies the art."
Check out the deliriousness of romantic love in The Birthday where a man floats in the room after greeting his future bride with a kiss and a bouquet of flowers. The love for community shows through the half-remembered and half-imagined images in I and the Village. And there is Chagall's deep love for God revealed in a series of awesome paintings on biblical characters: Abraham and the Three Angels, Noah and the Rainbow, and Moses Receiving the Tablets of the Law.
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