Edward degas

Explore the captivating artwork and life of Edward Degas, a renowned French artist known for his beautiful paintings and sculptures. Discover his unique style and contributions to the art world.
15 of the Most Famous Paintings and Artworks by Edgar Degas | ArtisticJunkie.com Edgar Degas, Dancers On Stage, Degas Ballerina, Two Dancers, Degas Dancers, Degas Paintings, Prima Ballerina, Doll Case, Post Impressionism

One of the most outstanding French artists of the last half of 19th century, Edgar Degas’s sway lies in brilliantly infusing traditional academic components into contemporary themes of the 20th century. With over hundred of paintings, Degas is counted as one of the prominent figurative masters, who is credited for having influenced Pablo Picasso and Henri […]

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Edgar Degas - The Ballet Class [c.1880] | In this everyday scene from backstage at the Paris Opéra, a ballet instructor observes two young dancers while a mother sits reading in the foreground. Degas spent a great deal of time in the corridors and rehearsal rooms of the Opéra, where he would have seen mothers like this one managing their young daughters' careers. Girls began official ballet classes at age seven or eight in hopes of becoming premiere dancers by their la Edward Degas, Degas Ballet, Edgar Degas Art, Church Wall Art, Degas Paintings, Jenifer Lopez, Mary Cassatt, Philadelphia Museums, Edouard Manet

In this everyday scene from backstage at the Paris Opéra, a ballet instructor observes two young dancers while a mother sits reading in the foreground. Degas spent a great deal of time in the corridors and rehearsal rooms of the Opéra, where he would have seen mothers like this one managing their young daughters' careers. Girls began official ballet classes at age seven or eight in hopes of becoming premiere dancers by their late teens. [Philadelphia Museum of Art - Oil on canvas, 82.2 x…

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Collar Palette - Teal tones with a contrast of orange tones. Four main colors: beige, orange, blue, and blue-green. | This is a beautiful color scheme Edgar Degas, Art And Illustration, Art Amour, Fresh Perspective, Parisian Life, Camille Pissarro, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Art Et Illustration, Wow Art

As an art major in college, I was required to take three art history survey classes: ancient art to the Renaissance, the Renaissance to modern, and modern art. I, being a little contrary, did them backwards. So, the first art history I ever studied was the Impressionist movement, and it left a big impression (pun totally intended) on me. I love the Impressionists. I love that they were challenging the idea of what art should be, I love the paint strokes, I love the subject matter. Degas has…

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