Degas is the ultimate! I have a mint collection of postcards with most of the dancer portraits
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The Athenaeum – Singer in Green (Edgar Degas – )
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"Pink Dancer" by Edgar Degas (1834-1917)
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Edgar Degas (1834-1917) Dancer (Battement in Second Position), 1874. Charcoal heightened with white and pale yellow chalk on paper.
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Degas' sculpture of The Little Dancer, and Impressionist Paintings of Ballet and Ballerinas in Art.
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Edgar Degas Orchestra Musicians 1870-1871-I LOVE Degas. I was so lucky to see many of his works in Paris
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The Pedicure 1873 Canvas Art – Edgar Degas (18 x 24)
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Edgar Degas \ Edgar Degas was very experimental with his mediums in art, often drawing with chalk, painting with oil on canvas, and sketching dancers in pencil and charcoal. But Degas was most known for his pastel drawings, and was once called the “Pastel Master”.
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Degas at Royal Academy: Degas and the Ballet – Picturing Movement at the Royal Academy. Would love to go across the pond and see it in person!
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