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Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas
Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas

Dancers in pink and green - Edgar Degas

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During his early years in the 1860s, Edgar Degas made the Paris Opera the main subject of his work. He explored its various moments and spaces: the regular training sessions, the backstage and the stage. Here, the artist masters elliptical shortcuts and the practice of close-ups. He knows how to synthesize a series of movements, suggested by a drawing more and more cursive which confers to the painting a surprising expressive value.

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During his early years in the 1860s, Edgar Degas made the Paris Opera the main subject of his work. He explored its various moments and spaces: the regular training sessions, the backstage and the stage. Here, the artist masters elliptical shortcuts and the practice of close-ups. He knows how to synthesize a series of movements, suggested by a drawing more and more cursive which confers to the painting a surprising expressive value.

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