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The Bible: Genesis, Exodus, The Song of Solomon Hardcover – Aug 15 2007


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Partial illustrations did not meet expectations March 5 2008
By Patrick H. Blythe - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm not well qualified to critique the word of God so I'll limit my comments to the illustrations. Many of the illustrations are small segments cut out of larger works of art. It is difficult to appreciate the wonderful paintings of Chagall when you only see 5% of a painting. Otherwise this is a beautiful little book.
BEAUTIFUL BOOK Dec 10 2013
By EGF - Published on Amazon.com
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Beautiful book. How could it not be beautiful if it's Chagall? I'd love it if it were larger, but gorgeous as it is.
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A Modernist Approach March 24 2010
By Kevin Fuller - Published on Amazon.com
Marc Chagall, painter - Informed by the Bible, Chagall found that in the Biblical Universe, men could float through the ether willy-nilly, defying gravity and the laws of physics. Chagall's use of color and whimsical flight of fancy motifs (men and women in loving embraces, floating over houses and livestock), animals floating through the air with smiles on their faces, and so on, are a reminder that religion need not be taken so literally and seriously all the time and that the line between the profane and the Divine is not that thick of a line afterall.
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Great service Jan. 17 2012
By Beckybo - Published on Amazon.com
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Item as described and it came earlier than expected.I would definitely order from these folks again. Thanks for the great service.


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