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Song
Limited Edition of 100
by Castano inspired by Marc Chagall
Size: 23”H x 21”L x 11”W

This Limited Edition of 100 bronze statue is made by Castano inspired by Marc Chagall.  This bronze is sold for $8,000 to $10,000 in our Fine Art Galleries. Inspired pieces by Castano were not done by Marc Chagall but made by Castano who was inspired by paintings or sculptures that Marc Chagall did in his lifetime.

This Marc Chagall inspired bronze sculpture is signed Castano in the cast. This exquisite Limited Edition of only 100 is signed by the sculptor Castano with copyright stamp and edition number in the bronze casting. The etched brass plate on the marble has Song and Marc Chagall.

This is intricately detailed, and hand rubbed. Hand-finished Museum Bronze Patina with exquisite detail. This is a refined three dimensional work. Each line, curve and detail has been painstakingly produced to achieve this glorious, classic and enduring Sculpture. This is mounted on a marble custom made marble Oreo (black marble with white marble inlayed in the middle).

Cast by the “Lost Wax Process “Handmade 100% American bronze. This bronze is mounted on a high quality marble base with a etched brass plate. There is a magnificent patina finish that is done by hand-applied highlights. This quality reproduction bronze statue is made of 100% American bronze.This statue is reproduced in solid bronze, cast in a brown patina and then hand-rubbed to bring out detail and highlights.

This 100% American Handmade Bronze is cast in the traditional “Lost Wax Casting” process. This statue is reproduced in 100% American solid bronze, hand applied patina finishes and hand-rubbed to bring out the awesome detail and highlights, making a unique and lasting sculpture that is an original work of art. This renders that no two statues are exactly alike. Freight is included in the price of this piece.

This bronze will last forever outdoors. It is made to stand up to the elements and will look great wherever you place it with little or no maintenance. This is an excellent quality bronze masterpiece for impressive display in home, office, outdoors or as gifts. Our quality bronze sculpture can proudly be passed down from generation to generation. For over 40 years our bronzes are Foundry Direct which are handmade and cast in the traditional Lost Wax Casting Process like a 100 years ago.

You are assured highest quality and lowest price. We guarantee the lowest price on the market. If you find a comparable bronze at a lower verified price we will do our best to beat it by $10.00 or more. Please click on the thumbnail images above to see additional views of this detailed artwork, and then click on any image to enlarge it. We guarantee your satisfaction. If there are any questions please call so you can speak with a helpful, friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at Toll Free 1-866-870-5271.

*All measurements shown are approximate. Due to patina finish colors may vary greatly from shown because of lighting to show details of bronze.

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Song
Limited Edition of 100
by Castano inspired by Marc Chagall
Size: 23”H x 21”L x 11”W

This Limited Edition of 100 bronze statue is made by Castano inspired by Marc Chagall.  This bronze is sold for $8,000 to $10,000 in our Fine Art Galleries. Inspired pieces by Castano were not done by Marc Chagall but made by Castano who was inspired by paintings or sculptures that Marc Chagall did in his lifetime.

This Marc Chagall inspired bronze sculpture is signed Castano in the cast. This exquisite Limited Edition of only 100 is signed by the sculptor Castano with copyright stamp and edition number in the bronze casting. The etched brass plate on the marble has Song and Marc Chagall.

Marc Chagall:
1903-1914 Marc Chagall was born in Vitebsk (Belarus, which was still an integral part of the Russian Empire) on 7th July 1887. He was the eldest of nine children in a poor Jewish family – his father was a herring merchant. Introduced to painting while going along to the studio of a local painter – Jehuda Pen. Not long after that he met Bella, the daughter of modest jewellers, who became his fiancée and source of inspiration.

From 1907 to 1909, he moved to Saint-Petersburg, where he enrolled in several academies. It was here that he came across the works of the Parisian Avant-Garde and began dreaming of going to Paris.

In 1911 thanks to a grant, was the beginning of his first trip to Paris and his art took a radical new direction as he adopted the Avant-Garde’s discoveries – from Fauvism to Cubism. Chagall moved to La Ruche, in Montparnasse where he met fellow residents from the Paris School, artists: the Delaunays, Léger, Soutine, Lipchitz, Kissling, Archipenko, Modigliani; and writers: Max Jacob, André Salmon, Blaise Cendrars and Guillaume Apollinaire.

In 1912 and 1913, he exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants and produced his first masterpieces. His first private exhibition took place in 1914 in Berlin, in the Der Sturm Gallery. From Berlin, he returned to Vitebsk where the war forced him to stay put.

1914–1922 In 1915, Chagall married Bella in Vitebsk, who gave birth to their daughter Ida in 1916. He exhibited in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg and socialised with intellectuals and Avant-Garde artists.

In 1917, he supported the ideals of the Revolution: upon being appointed director of a Fine Arts School as well as Vitebsk Commissioner of Fine Arts, he believed he could change mentalities through artistic practices. But his contribution by the first anniversary of the Revolution was misinterpreted by the new authorities and teachers – all Suprematists – took a stand against him, forcing him out.

1920 therefore saw him moving to Moscow where he worked on the decoration of the Jewish theatre, and despite his material struggles, this was an intensely prolific period for the artist: in his paintings (Promenade, 1917-18, State Russian Museum, Saint-Peterburg – Over the Town, 1914-18, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow – Apparition, private collection, Saint-Petersburg) with confident lines and strong, pale colours, he developed a personal vision blending fantasy and the fantastic with borrowings from Futurism, Cubism and Suprematism.

In 1922, he left Russia for Berlin, where he produced his first engravings, for Ma vie, his poetic autobiography.

1923-1939 In 1923, Chagall returned to Paris with his family and began to work for the great art dealer Vollard. He travelled around France depicting its landscapes in drawings and a wide array of delightful gouache paintings.

By the 1930s, his artistic influence began to hark more from Impressionism and the ambient return to Classicism.

In 1931, he was invited to Palestine by the Mayor of Tel Aviv with a view to founding a Jewish Art Museum. On his return, he created 40 gouache paintings to illustrate the Bible in engravings. These are now on display at the Musée National Marc Chagall in France.

In 1935, after a trip to Poland where he got the full measure of anti-Semite sentiment, he was branded a “degenerate artist” by the Nazis.

In 1937, he at last became a French national with the support of Jean Paulhan.

1941-1947 In New York, Chagall got back in touch with many friends and exhibited at the Pierre Matisse Gallery.

In 1942, he helped to create the ballet Aleko in Mexico (music by Tchaikovsky), for which he produced the scenery and costumes.

In 1944, just as peace was dawning, Bella died suddenly. For all that, Chagall created the decoration and costumes for Firebird (music by Stravinsky) a year later and soon after met his new partner Virginia Haggard. By the end of the war, Chagall had gained worldwide recognition: he attended the retrospectives of his work at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and then in Paris and elsewhere in Europe.

1948-1985 In 1948, Chagall returned to Paris before buying a house in Vence in 1950. Since his partner Virginia Haggard had left him, in 1952 he married Valentina Brodsky, who was also a Russian Jew. In the South of France, he began to branch out technically and worked with ceramics at the Ramiés in the Madoura Gallery in Vallauris, in the same studio as Picasso. Through his friendship with Father Couturier, he became involved in the programme of Notre-Dame de toute Grâce Church in Assy where he created a large ceramic mural and his first stained-glass windows for the baptistry.

1955 saw the beginning of the project to decorate the Chapels du Calvaire in Vence, which then became known as the Biblical Message cycle.

Over 20 years, the artist fulfilled countless important public and private commissions: stained-glass windows (for example in Metz, Reims, Jerusalem, the UN HQ in New York, Zurich and Mayence), paintings (ceiling of the Opéra National de Paris, painted murals in the New York Metropolitan Opera), mosaics (e.g. The Four Seasons, 1974, Chicago) tapestries (for example the Gobelins tapestries he wove for the Knesset – Israeli Parliament) and stage work (set design and costumes for Daphnis et Chloé at the Opéra National de Paris). At the same time he produced a great many lithographs and engravings for illustrations, particularly for Tériade or his Paris-based trader Aimé Maeght.

In 1966, he donated the Biblical Message to the French State, which was firstly exhibited at the Louvre before inspiring the creation of the museum in Nice – inaugurated in 1973 in Chagall’s presence. He continued to work right up until his death on 28th March 1985 in Saint-Paul-de-Vence where he is buried.

Our bronze statues are extremely popular and proudly displayed in gardens, parks, homes, schools, cities, and fine galleries throughout the country. Most any of our bronzes can be done in custom color patinas. If there are any questions please call so you can speak with a helpful, friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at Toll Free.1-866-870-5271.

This NEW bronze statue is hand finished and cast in the traditional Lost Wax Casting Process. This is a multi step process that insures a quality bronze sculpture that may be passed down from generation to generation. Most sculptures are mounted on a beautiful marble bases and includes an engraved brass plaque with sculpture name and artist. Most bronzes have the artist signatures on bronze. Each piece of art holds intricate details and realistic qualities, each a unique quality of art that blends the process of Lost Wax Casting Process as well as hands on detailing.

We offer FREE SHIPPING with each of our items within the USA. Each of our items is heavy in weight so we pack each shipment securely so it will arrive in perfect condition. After your order is received and payment is made we start the process of the final detail on each sculpture, meaning the finishing hands on details and assembling the marble base on the bottom. Our items in stock are shipped out within 7 days of your payment by Fed Ex. We inspect each piece for workmanship and quality and hand pack each order so please be patient in delivery as we insure your order is of high quality and meets our standards. We do ship with delivery confirmation so we can track it’s delivery to insure it reaches you!

Lowest price guaranteed.
We guarantee the lowest price on the market. If you find a comparable bronze at a lower verified price we will do our best to beat it by $10.00 or more. If there are any questions please call so you can speak with a helpful, friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at Toll Free.1-866-870-5271.