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Description Chagall's Window at All Saints Church Tudeley, Kent. The window was designed by artist Marc Chagall.
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Author Klaus D.Peter, Wiehl, Germany
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Chagall died on 28 March 1985, so the window is still copyrighted. However, the church is open to the public, and so photographs of the window are covered by freedom of panorama laws.


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current16:31, 22 June 2013Thumbnail for version as of 16:31, 22 June 20131,310 × 2,018 (1.71 MB)SelbymayBetter crop and perspective correction.
18:50, 5 February 2008Thumbnail for version as of 18:50, 5 February 20081,712 × 2,288 (611 KB)Enigma51{{Information Description=Chagall's Window at All Saint's Church Tudeley/ Kent Source=eigene Arbeit Date=2003 Author= Klaus D. Peter, Wiehl, Germany Permission= other_versions= }}
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