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What did Richard McBee write on Chagall’s betrayal of faith?
"Chagall's universalism exploits the universalistic dogma inherent in the dominant Christian culture" "Chagall did not betray his religious tradition, he simply forgot it"
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Picasso on Chagall
"When Matisse dies, Chagall will be the only painter left who understands what colour really is"
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Chagall on Christians not helping Jews during the holocaust
"Would be joined by the Christian humanists... But with few exceptions their hearts are silent ... Our Jewish life doesn’t concern them"
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Chagall on the parents in his painting Golgotha
"When I painted Christ's parents I was thinking of my own parents... The bearded man is the Child's father. He is my father and everybody's father"
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Chagall on Jesus being a Jew
"For me, Christ has always symbolized the true type of Jewish martyr"
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What did the art exhibition of Exodus say on Chagall’s faith?
"Chagall was probably the only Jewish artist of his generation to confront another religious tradition without ever betraying his own... he forged a universal message"
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In what way did Luther suggest art was not important to devotion?
"Christ's Kingdom is a hearing kingdom, not a seeing kingdom; for the eyes do not guide us to where we find and get to know christ, but rather the ears do."
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What does it say on hell on Compline from the Book of Common Prayer
"Bretheren, be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may endevour"
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Picasso on Chagall

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"When Matisse dies, Chagall will be the only painter left who understands what colour really is"

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Chagall on the parents in his painting Golgotha

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