Edgar Degas – tapestry – 2 Dancers


After the impressionist painting, Two dancers on a stage, 1877 by Edgar Degas. The works is now located in Courtauld Galllery, London.

Degas, fascinated by music and theater life, liked to paint ballet scenes, paying particular attention to movement, composition and less to the background.

As a result of an eye disorder, he started sculpting at a later age. Again, dozens of sculptures of ballet dancers were created.

Tapestry, lined with tunnel, woven in Belgium


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