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July 9, 2009
9780642541932
English
288
170 color illus.
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Degas

The Uncontested Master

Born in Paris in 1834, Edgar Degas's art was considered radical in his adoption of modern subject matter and he became a key figure in the evolution of modern art. Degas: The Uncontested Master covers his work from the 1870s until his death in 1917. It illustrates his painting, sculpture, printing, pastels, monotypes, and photography, and the artist's favorite subjects: the ballet, the opera, the racetrack, women in bordellos and bathing, milliners and laundresses. Essays discuss Degas's role in organizing the first Impressionist exhibitions, and present a detailed biography with facts never before published.
National Gallery of Australia

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