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Today in Tablet Magazine, contributing editor (and Nextbook Press biographer of Marc Chagall) Jonathan Wilson appreciates Chagall’s newly restored America Windows, in Chicago.

Oh, and check one out at the 1:07 mark.

Rhapsody in Blue

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