Sunday, December 7, 2014


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The lithograph "Tribe of Levi" by Charles Sorlier was created after a design by Marc Chagall in 1964. Their artistic partnership began late in Chagall's life---who working with Sorlier would approve the colors and sign the image. The focus of this work is the Tribe of Levi, one of the 12 tribes of Israel: also known as the "priestly tribe" of fiercely loyal believers. This past week, number 43 of 200 was sold at a Sotheby's auction to benefit an arts organization in Israel. Collecting art that celebrates fierce loyalty to God and artists makes "Tribe of Levi" (above) my NEWS OF WEEK.

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