The Bride in French La Mariee is an oil painting created in 1950 by the Russian-French artist Marc Chagall
the central motif is a young woman in a wedding dress with a bouquet. The woman, according to Chagall, evokes in the viewer the feeling that he himself is her groom. The peculiarity of The Bride compared to most of the artist's paintings is the choice of colors and shades. The bride is dressed in a red dress and virginal white veil, while the background is a mixture of blue and gray. These colors are meant to draw the viewer's attention to the woman. Animals playing musical instruments evoke wedding festivities, which is enhanced by the church in the background.
Prevailing color of this fine art print is blue and its shape is portrait. Original size is . Marc Chagall (Moishe Shagal) (1887-1985).
Born in Belarus, but living in France and the USA. Shagal in Yiddish dialect variant of the surname Segal. His name is associated with various artistic directions (
Paris School). Chagall paintings often reflect his childhood in Vitebsk, full of colors - the artist looks at the world as if through stained glass. It is used frequently recurring motifs poloskrytými meanings: Rooster (fertility), cow (life milk), tree (symbol of life), violinist (a reference to his birthplace), crucifix, circus (harmony between man and animals), Eifel Tower (Freedom) , etc.