Gallery of Art
Edgar Degas Gallery of Art was a French painter. Regarded as one of the founders of Impressionism, Degas is associated with subject of dance. More than half of his works depict dancers.
One of Degas more famous works of art would be his Blue Dancers. This pastel on paper creation was made in 1899. Degas captured unique angles of the dancers and cropped it in ways that were new to the art world in the time of Impressionism. In other paintings he shows dancers off of the stage, proving the strength and amount of time needed to be a ballerina. Degas repeatedly made works of art revolving around ballerinas, some of his other ‘dancer’ creations include; The Rehearsal, made with oil on canvas in 1879. However, in Degas’ painting of this dancer he uses a unique pose and color combination that I would like to experiment with in the future.
Gallery of Art Gallery of Art offers high quality oil and canvas reproduction. They have one of the largest collection of master pieces from best artists of all time. They also give 3 years warranty with the facility of replacing or repairing the defective paintings.