Amsterdam museum presents results of 5-year Chagall research

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New research shows that for much of Russian-French Modernist painter Marc Chagall's life, which took him from a tiny village in rural Russia to St. Petersburg, Paris and New York, he remained remarkably faithful to eight pigments in his colorful works.

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