I'm wondering if anyone could help me authenticate this Marc Chagall Lithograph? From my research it would appear to be the Jerusalem Windows Tribe of Issachar lithograph. In the bottom left corner…Continue
"Hmm this is an odd one. It looks really broken up to me. Also he usually has some type of underline that goes through the bottom part of his g. Also as far as flow goes it just looks slowly signed to me especially the first part of the last name.…"
"Thanks Michelle. Like you've just said about the flow, placement etc. I'm sure there's a reason Christie's rejected it. They had sold 2 others of the same lithograph, one in England and one in NY and they sold for 13k us and 6k…"
"Thanks Michelle. I absolutely agree that there are differences. Mine almost looks like a slow motion, methodical attempt to replicate. He does seem to alter his signatures though but I do think it's looking more and more like a fake. I had…"
"Thanks Richard. I was reading on one companies site that Chagall was forged so often that they won't authenticate his work anymore.
After comparing other signatures of his from lithographs on rrauction.com as per Steve's suggestion, the r…"
"I agree with Michelle. The signature looks strange to me also.
I have a number of authenticated Chagall signed pieces, including a print, photo, postcard
I’ll get the, out of storage and scan the signatures for…"