Degas "Danseuses bleues" - Notebook

Degas "Danseuses bleues" - Notebook

Edgar Degas (1834-1917)
Danseuses bleues (details) around 1890 - Oil on canvas H. 85,3 cm ; L. 75,3 cm, musée d'Orsay, Paris, France.

Notebook, 15 x 21 cm closed format - 56 ruled pages - Double flap 9 cm wide - Cover: Natural Centaure paper 250 gr; Interior: Natural Centaure paper 90 gr - Made from chlorine-free pulps.

Printed in France in compliance with environmental standards



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Musée d'Orsay
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15 x 21 cm
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Edgar Degas (1834-1917)

Famous for his dancers, Edgar Degas (1834-1917) is often considered one of the masters of Impressionism, despite defining himself as a realist and an independent. Fascinated by the study of movement, he attached himself to all the motives that represented life: dance, of course, but also horse races. Like his friend Manet, Degas was one of the great painters of modern life, coffee scenes, brothels, milliners, laundresses ... The work of this Parisian and bourgeois artist, very cultured and collector, is marked by his knowledge of the great masters.