set of three, handmaid candle holders in an ombre glaze of robin's egg blue and rouge.
The Antiquary's Story:
“The Three Candlesticks,” our handmaid candle holders in an ombre glaze of robin's egg blue and contrasting rouge.
During WWII, Marc Chagall ventured into abstract art. His works during this time were often filled with somber red, browns and greys, as opposed to the optimism of his familiar blue.
Chagall was also known for returning to images and ideas. In his work, “The Three Candles”— which is one of his most prolific from this era—he recalls several familiar features.
An unconventional picket fence (“Over Vitebsk), the notable clown musician (“The Wedding Feast”), and his famous blue cow (several works)— although not powerful, the bovine is subdued in this piece.