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Edgar Germain Hilaire Degas.  Ballettprobe. 1873, Öl auf Leinwand, 45,8 × 61 cm. Cambridge (Massachusetts), Fogg Art Museum. Frankreich. Impressionismus.  KO 01263

Edgar Germain Hilaire Degas. Ballettprobe. 1873, Öl auf Leinwand, 45,8 × 61 cm. Cambridge (Massachusetts), Fogg Art Museum. Frankreich. Impressionismus. KO 01263

L’Absinthe, Degas.  It was rejected by the Salon in 1879 as being too ordinary to be considered a fine painting. Until this time, artists costumed their characters. It was called outrageous, particularly because he depicted the private lives of celebrity figures: the woman was a well known actress; the man, a bohemian artist.

L’Absinthe, Degas. It was rejected by the Salon in 1879 as being too ordinary to be considered a fine painting. Until this time, artists costumed their characters. It was called outrageous, particularly because he depicted the private lives of celebrity figures: the woman was a well known actress; the man, a bohemian artist.

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