Chagall's Restaurant 
Located at 116 King Street West · Hamilton · Ontario  · 
Canada · 
Phone: (905) 317-4501 ext. 4501 · 

About Chagall's Restaurant

Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Chagall's is a contemporary restaurant with an artistic flair.

Cuisine

Savour classic favorites or delight your pallate with artfully crafted menu options. Whether you are in the mood for a quick bite to eat, or choose to leisurely pace yourself through a meal with friends or colleagues, Chagall's is the perfect retreat. We invite you to learn more about our contemporary flavours by viewing the Chagall's menus.

History of Chagall's

Opened in 1985, the same year French Painter Marc Chagall died, Chagall’s Restaurant pays homage to the late great painter. Best known for emotional association and use of Cubism, Fauvism and Symbolism, Chagall was a master of many mediums and styles. His work includes paintings, biblical etchings, sets and costume design for plays, lithogrpahy, and even stained glass. His often colourful and whimsical creations have been described as playful, childlike and without categorization. He is best known for I and the Village (1911), The Painter to the Moon (1917) and The Juggler (1943).

Featured Artists
In the spirit of Chagall we are pleased to introduce two talented local artists: Carly McAskill and Linda den Boer. Chagall’s Restaurant is proud and delighted to feature their work for you to experience and enjoy!

Artist Carly McAskill

Featured Artist: Cathy McAskill

Carly McAskill is a fine artist, writer and academic.

Using mixed media, drawing, painting and collage, Carly’s multi-layered images explore identity through meditation on place, time, presence, and inheritance.

Carly believes in the powers of representation through collage: “the fragments are significant as they become a tool to tell a story and reflect a pattern.”

She holds a MFA in Fine Arts from York University (2011-2013), BFA in Drawing and Painting from Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCADU) (2008-2011) and BA in Religious Studies from McMaster University (2004-2008). Additionally, Carly is the recipient of the prestigious Mrs. W.O. Forsyth Award for 4th year OCADU female painters (2011).

Currently, Carly is a Bachelor of Education candidate at Nipissing University specializing in Intermediate/Senior Visual Art & Religious Education (2014-2015).


Artist Linda Den Boer

Featured Artist: Linda den Boer

Linda’s love for photography began at age ten, when she received her first camera. From that moment on she began taking photos at every opportunity.

Raised in Hamilton, Linda is hometown proud and a passionate advocate of the positive changes and revitalization happening in the heart of the city. Linda’s work reflects this passion in a behind the scenes look at some of the local facades and scenery often overlooked or taken for granted.

In 2010 Linda began to take note of the abundant industrial and natural beauty encountered on her walks while running errands around the city. Using what she had on hand (an iPhone) she began to snap #HamOnt scenes and landmarks.

Capturing the essence of Hamilton— it’s architecture, flowers, community and people, and sharing it’s charm through photography have been Linda’s main goal and contribution towards helping this former steel town in it’s search for a new identity.

With a growing portfolio Linda has recently ventured into wedding photography and family portraiture.