Edgar Degas / Realismo

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a painting of a ballerina in front of a window
Edgar Degas, Dancer in Front of a Window, 1877
a painting of a woman in a white dress standing next to another woman wearing ballet shoes
Create crosses between photography and painting? do I want to go down the route of blurring photographs for painting appeal? *study degas
a drawing of a man in yellow holding a baseball bat and crouching on the ground
art online
edgar degas - larlequin jaune1884-pastello-su-carta-fondation-bemberg-toulouse.
a drawing of two hands holding something in each other's hand, on a beige background
I've always loved Degas
a painting of a naked woman sitting in front of a mirror with her back to the camera
In Each Other
six different men with beards are shown in black and white photos, one is an old photo
Les Impressionnistes: Édouard Manet, Edgar Degas, Alfred Sisley, Paul Cezanne, Claude Monet, Pierre-August Renoir.
a painting of a ballerina tying her shoe
Raindrops and Roses
Edgar Degas
a painting of a woman in a blue dress leaning on a window sill looking down
Degas, I believe. If not, please correct me. // Uh oh. I may need to start another board for all of these beautiful ballerinas!
a painting of a woman sitting in a bathtub
Probably my favorite from Edgar Degas’ After The Bath series, c.1890-1895
a painting of a ballerina in green and white tutu with her arms outstretched
Edgar Degas | Dancer in Green | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Edgar Degas | Dancer in Green by Edgar Degas (French, Paris 1834–1917 Paris)
several different pictures of people sitting in chairs and one has a drawing on the table
Edgar Degas
Though considered a member of the original core group of French Impressionists, Edgar Degas (Hilaire Germain Edgar Degas), always stood apart, both in his approach to painting, in which he considered himself a realist rather than an Impressionist, and in his emphasis on drawing.
three ballerinas, one in white and the other in pink are dancing together
Impressionist Artists: Edgar Degas - 5 Interesting Facts
a pencil drawing of a ballerina dancer
Intercepted by Gravitation: Photo
Edgar Degas
a painting of a ballerina with her arms in the air
Books and Art
Fin d’Arabesque, ballerina Rosita Mauri (c. 1877). Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917). Pastel, essence and oil on paper. Paris, Musée d’Orsay.