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Dancers V, 1877

Dancers V, 1877

Edgar Degas

Thirty years later, when he had long since made the subject his own, an American collector asked: "Why, monsieur, do you always do ballet dancers?" Degas flashed back: "Because, madame, it is all that is left us of the combined movements of the Greeks." The aphorism appears barbed until one considers that in ballet Degas found an inexhaustible source for his modern classicism with its emphasis on the body.

The painting will be delivered unstreched, rolled in protective & presentable case.