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A grumbling genius? Impressions of Degas

A debate as old as Impressionism itself has been revived by an exhibition taking place this spring and summer in Giverny, the Mecca of the movement: how does one define Impressionism? 1,462 more words

Vincent van Gogh: Can We Forget About the Ear?

Vincent van Gogh obviously had his share of problems.  Most of us don’t cut off an ear no matter how bad a day we’re having. (Actually, there is evidence that he only cut off a small part of one ear).   746 more words


Art of the night #10

Edgar Degas, Dance class at the opera, 1872


Bitterly She Wept

“The Cafe Concert (The Song of the Dog),” by Edgar Degas
“Chaos, Nr. 2,” by Hilma Af Klint
“Reproduction of the drawing by Lord Rosse (1844), the first depiction of the nebula (color-inverted in order to appear white-on-black)” by William Parsons


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“The Cafe Concert (The Song of the Dog),” by Edgar Degas
“Chaos, Nr. 2,” by Hilma Af Klint


Impressionism - Edgar Degas, La Classe de Danse, 1874

Edgar Degas was both an avid photographer and a collector of Japanese prints and his The Dance Class (La Classe de Danse) of 1874 shows influences of both.   431 more words

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