Dancers at the Barre Mounted Postcard

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A mounted postcard of Dancers at the Barre (c.1876-77) by Edgar Degas.

Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was a French Impressionist artist best known for his pastel drawings and oil paintings of ballet dancers. Raised in a cultured household, Degas was a frequent visitor of the Paris Opera. In his day, ballet was incorporated into most operas and he became fascinated by it. He attended many performances and spent his time backstage to observe the training sessions to capture the grace and power of the dancers.

In this oil thinned with turpentine on prepared green paper, two dancers rest their hands for support on a barre during ballet session.

A wonderful gift for a home.

  • Product Code: CMCE19670
  • Product Weight: 0.1Kg
  • Dimensions: Postcard: H10 x L14cm
    With mount: H20.5 x L25.5cm
  • Material: Invercote board
  • Postage Weight: 0.10 Kg

A mounted postcard of Dancers at the Barre (c.1876-77) by Edgar Degas.

Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was a French Impressionist artist best known for his pastel drawings and oil paintings of ballet dancers. Raised in a cultured household, Degas was a frequent visitor of the Paris Opera. In his day, ballet was incorporated into most operas and he became fascinated by it. He attended many performances and spent his time backstage to observe the training sessions to capture the grace and power of the dancers.

In this oil thinned with turpentine on prepared green paper, two dancers rest their hands for support on a barre during ballet session.

A wonderful gift for a home.

  • Product Code: CMCE19670
  • Product Weight: 0.1Kg
  • Dimensions: Postcard: H10 x L14cm
    With mount: H20.5 x L25.5cm
  • Material: Invercote board
  • Postage Weight: 0.10 Kg
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