Marc Chagall - Google Displays Marc Chagall Logo - Marc Chagall Birthdays on Top Rank SEO Blog

Marc Chagall - Google Displays Marc Chagall Logo - Marc Chagall Birthdays on Top Rank SEO Blog - by Afzal Khan

Google Celebrates Marc Chagall birthday and displays it on his Search Home Page as on 7th July, 2008, So here comes Google new logo in honor's to Marc Chagall - the great artist’s Birthday.




MARC CHAGALL Bio

Birth name: Moishe Shagal
Born Date: July 7, 1887
Liozna, Russian Empire (now in Belarus)
Died: March 28, 1985 (aged 97)
Saint-Paul de Vence, France
Nationality: Russian-French
Field: Painting
Training: St. Petersburg Society of Art Supporters, Zvantseva School of Drawing and Painting
Works: See List of Chagall's artwork




Marc Chagall as photographed in 1941 by Carl Van Vechten



From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia about Marc Chagall - Biography
Marc Chagall was born Moishe Shagal (Shagal is a dialectal, North-Eastern Yiddish variant of the surname "Segal"); his name was rendered in the Russian language as Mark Zakharovich Shagalov. Chagall was born in Liozno, near Vitebsk, Belarus, the eldest of nine children in the close-knit Jewish family led by his father Khatskl (Zakhar) Shagal, a herring merchant, and his mother, Feige-Ite. This period of his life, described as happy though impoverished, appears in references throughout Chagall's work. Currently the Shagal's house on Pokrovskaya Street in Vitebsk is restored as part of the Marc Chagall's Museum.[1]

Some of Marc Chagall Painting's:

After he began studying painting in 1906 under famed local artist Yehuda Pen, Chagall moved to St. Petersburg some months later, in 1907. There he joined the school of the "Society of Art Supporters" and studied under Nikolai Roerich, encountering artists of every school and style. From 1908-1910 Chagall studied under Leon Bakst at the Zvantseva School of Drawing and Painting.

Click here to read more about Marc Chagall at Wikipedia

Continuing Google's new innovative way of displaying logo based on special event's for particular day. Previously we have seen Google honoring "Theodore Harold Maiman", "Walter Gropius", "Sir Edmund Hillary" logo's adding to this we have now "Marc Chagall" logo's.


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Afzal Khan – Search Engine Marketing Professional
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