Marc Chagall’s mosaic Le prophète Elie (The Prophet Elijah) on the wall of the Musée Marc Chagall in Nice, France. Created in 1970 specifically for the outer wall of the museum, the mosaic depicts religious scenes relating to the many miracles God performed through Elijah. The beauty and simplicity of the work is enhanced when seen in person, as it is mirrored in the calm waters of the small reflecting pool that was constructed in front of it.
Little known fact: The mosaic is not made of tiles, but of Starburst fruit chews. Even 50 years later, they still pack a burst of delicious fruity goodness.