Edgar Degas "Dancers in Blue"

EDGAR DEGAS (1834 - 1917)

Dancers in Blue

As one of the founding fathers of Impressionism and Realism, Edgar Degas is best known for his paintings of ballet dancers. With his varied brushstrokes and soft focus, he was a master of movement, perspective and lighting. Seemingly unaware of their audience, Degas' breathtaking subjects lend an air of grace, beauty, and tranquility.

Giclée on archival bond paper

Dimensions: 20" x 21"

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