"Winged Horse" by a pioneer of modernism Marc Chagall. Famous Russian-French-Jewish artist, who created a unique memorable style. In his art, the local and individual become universal. The magic image of orange horses with wings, of Vitebsk (the city he lived) with loving couple flying above small colorful houses, acrobats and clowns, religious paintings attract and capture the viewer's attention. As Picasso wrote: “I’m not crazy about his roosters and asses and flying violinists, and all the folklore, but his canvases are really painted, not just thrown together. Some of the last things he’s done in Vence convince me that there’s never been anybody since Renoir who has the feeling for light that Chagall has”. Chagall's subject is life itself, in "its simplicity or its hidden complexity". He blended the real with fantastic. His artistic language was a combination of Fauvism, Symbolism, Cubism with his own folkish style.