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How Chagall’s Daughter Smuggled His Work out of Nazi-Occupied Europe

By Karen Chernick for Artsy

Marc Chagall arrived in New York in June 1941, bearing a hefty art-world reputation but light luggage. His folkloric artworks were coming separately on a ship from Spain—or so he thought—as supporting actors in a ruse that enabled the Jewish artist to escape an increasingly Nazi-occupied Europe.
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