Marc Chagall, (b. 07.07.1887 in Liosna near Wizebsk, Belarus, d. 28.03.1985 in Saint-Paul-de-Vence, France) was one of the most important painters of the 20th century. In his works, which besides pictures included mosaics, theatre scenery and stained glass window designs, he always used recurring symbols and he often compressed memories of his homeland, the world of Chassidism and Russian fairy tales into luminous pictures rich in colour. Chagall’s stained glass window mosaic, “Joseph,” was on display in the Swarovski Crystal Worlds gallery in 2006.
At Crystal Worlds Chagall´s stained glass window mosaic »Joseph« can be admired.