By Larry Humber. From The Art Newspaper. Posted on 6/22/18.
“There was a strong desire from the public to see The Eiffel Tower, so we thought it would be a good opportunity to show the painting in context,” a spokeswoman for the gallery explains in an e-mail. It will hang near Chagall’s earlier work, Memories of Childhood (1924), with other European and American paintings and sculptures from the first part of the 20th century.