Edgar Degas: Two Dancers, (1893-1898)

Two Dancers by Edgar Degas, c. 1893–98, , Pastel and charcoal, with stumping and burnishing, on tracing paper, pieced and laid down on cardboard, Image Source: Art Institute of Chicago

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  1. shoreacres says:

    I remember clipping an illustration of this painting from a magazine while making an collection of favorite paintings for an art class project. That would have been about 1958 — I was in seventh grade.

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    1. Thanks for sharing your memory, shoreacres. 😎❤️

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  2. janicetv says:

    Nice paint.

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  3. Always loved Degas’ pastel works.

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    1. I love them, too. Thanks for visiting, Vivienne. 🙂

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  4. sienablue says:

    Your blog has become my daily museum visit, so glad I found you on the internet!

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    1. Aww…I truly appreciate your visits, Siena Blue. Thank you! I am learning so much at your blog. You are way ahead of me on your art journey, and I have already learned much from your excellent posts. 🙂❤️

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  5. kiangablog says:

    I love his work so much. I was fortunate to see several of his paintings on display in my travels. I’m not sure whether it was in London or elsewhere.

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    1. You are fortunate, indeed! Thanks for visiting, kiangablog. 🙂

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