Monday, December 20, 2010

Chagall's "America Windows" returns to Chicago Art Institute

Looking for a sanctuary from the cold this winter? Enjoy the return of Chagall's America Windows at The Chicago Institute of Art. The Art Institute welcomes back one of it's most loved treasures in their vast collection. In 1987, America Windows were made forever famous by their appearance in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off". Following five years of an intensive period of conservation treatment and archival research, America Windows have now returned to view and stand as a centerpiece of the collection. For more information, visit

Marc Chagall. America Windows, 1977. A gift of Marc Chagall, City of Chicago, and the Auxiliary Board, commemorating the American bicentennial in memory of Mayor Richard J. Daley. © 2010 Artists Rights Society , NewYork/ADAGP, Paris.

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