An art fanatic will find absolutely everything he is looking for here. Lithographies, mosaics, etchings and of course large-format paintings about biblical themes and the life of Marc Chagall are placed within the rooms of the Musée National Marc Chargall. The museum is located within a very charming little park and just invites one to stay. There is an audio-guide available for additional information about the works of art in seven languages.
Marc Chagall was a french artist with a Jewish-Russian heritage and tremendous influence, being referred to as “the quintessential Jewish artist of the 20th century” by art critics. Chagall's work is assigned to the period of Expressionism and are mainly inspired by his native town Witebsk, passages out of the bible or circus events.
A special highlight of the museum is the little concert room which is framed in lead and is especially beautiful when being illuminated through the pieces of glass by sunshine. Therefore, the museum is not only worth visiting if you are interested in art, but also if you are interested in architecture.