This is an etching on paper after world famous artist Marc Chagall titled "Granada".
It was published in 1968 as part of a rare limited edition.
The image measures approximately 12 3/4"h x 9.5"w.
Russian born Marc Chagall (1887-1985) is one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century. His work, full of childhood memories and dreams, is associated with the modern art movements after impressionism. In 1948 in the workshop of the Parisian lithographic printer Fernand Mourlot (who is credited with the printing of this piece), Chagall finally found his home as a printmaker. Under the patient tutelage of Master Printer, Charles Sorlier, Chagall found color lithography to be the perfect graphic medium for his art. Christopher Conrad has written, "lithography soon became his favored printing technique.