Edgar degas

Explore the exquisite paintings and sculptures created by the renowned artist Edgar Degas. Immerse yourself in the world of ballet dancers, horse racing, and everyday life captured in Degas' unique style.
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Degas was nicknamed the “painter of dancers”. From 1860 onwards, he developed a fascination with dance, which was originally discovered at the Paris Opera, where he spent much time backstage. As a result of his interest, his paintings portrayed the dancers in private behind-the-scenes moments, as well as during their performances on stage. Take a look back over the love story between the artist and his tutu-clad muses.

Akne Walpurg

'A painting requires a little mystery, some vagueness, and some fantasy.' Edgar Degas Let's take a closer look at Edgar Degas' ballet dancers. It's a large body of work, containing around 1,500 paintings, sketches, pastels, and sculptures. Degas sums them up nicely in the above quote. I cover: Edgar Degas, Ballet at the Paris Opera,