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Ref No. Degas 1
Race Horses Before
Grandstand, 1866-68
Oil on canvas
46 x 61cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 2
At the Races in the
Country, 1870-73
Oil on wood
36,5 x 55,9 cm
Museum of Fine
Arts, Boston.

Ref No. Degas 3
Racecourse, Amateur
Jockeys, 1876-87
Oil on canvas
66 x 81 cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 4
Before the Race,1882
Oil on wood
26,5 x 34,9 cm
Sterling and Francine
Clark Art Institute,
Williamstown, MA.

Ref No. Degas 5
Race Horses,1883-85
Oil on wood
57,5 x 65,4 cm
Museum of Art, Cleveland.

Ref No. Degas 6
Beach with Sailing
Boats, 1869 c.
Pastel (30 x 46 cm)
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 7
Wheatfield and Row
of Trees, 1890-92
Oil on wood

Ref No. Degas 8
Landscape with Hills
1890-93 Oil on wood
30 x 40 cm
Museum of Fine
Arts, Boston.

Ref No. Degas 9
Landscape, 1892 c.
Oil on wood
46 x 55 cm

Ref No. Degas 10
Dance Class, 1871
Oil on wood
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 11
At Ballet, 1872
Oil on canvas
69 x 49 cm
Stadelsches Kunstinstitut
Frankfurt.

Ref No. Degas 12
Dance Lesson, 1872
Oil on canvas
32 x 46 cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 13
Seated Dancer, 1873
Cover 23 x 29 cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 14
The Dancing Class1874
Oil on canvas
85 x 75 cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris

Ref No. Degas 15
La repetition sur la
scene, 1874
Oil on canvas
65 x 81 cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 16
The Rehearsal on the
Stage, 1874 c.
Cover (53 x 72 cm)
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 17
The Dance Class, 1876
Oil on canvas83 x 76 cm
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 18
Dancers Practicing at
the Barre, 1876-77
Cover (76 x 81)
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 19
The Star, 1876-77
Cover 60 x 44 cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 20
The Rehearsal, 1877
Oil on canvas
68 x 103 cm
Art Gallery and
Museum, Glasgow.

Ref No. Degas 21
Dancer with Bouquet,
1877 Cover65 x 36cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 22
Dancer with a Fan,
1879Pastel 5 x 29 cm

Ref No. Degas 23
The Little Dancer of
Fourteen Years, 1880
Cover (95,2 cm)
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 24
Seated Dancer Tying
Her Slipper, 1880 c.
Pastel46,5 x 61,3 cm

Ref No. Degas 25
Before the Entrance
on Stage, 1880 c.
Pastel (58 x 44 cm)

Ref No. Degas 26
Dancer Adjusting
Her Slipper1880-85
Pastel (47 x 43 cm)

Ref No. Degas 27
Dancer in Green Tutu
1880-85Pastel on paper
47 x 33 cm

Ref No. Degas 28
Waiting, 1882 c.
Pastel on paper
48,2 x 61 cm
The J. Paul Getty
Museum and Norton
Simon Art Foundation, NY.

Ref No. Degas 29
Ballet Dancers in the
Wings, 1890-95
Pastel 66 x 71,1cm
City Art Museum,
Saint Louis.

Ref No. Degas 30
Avant l'entr¨¦e en Scene,
1892 c.Pastel on paper
51 x 34 cm Wadsworth
Atheneum, Hartford.

Ref No. Degas 31
Three Russian Dancers
1895 Pastel63 x 53 cm
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm

Ref No. Degas 32
The Dancers, 1899
Pastel 62 x 64 cm
Museum of Art,
Toledo, Ohio.

Ref No. Degas 33
Two Dancers in Blu
1899 c.
Pastel (103 x 92 cm)
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 34
Nude Woman Combing
Her Hair, 1876-77 c.
Pastel 21,5 x 16,2cm

Ref No. Degas 35
The Morning Bath,1883
Pastel 40,39 x 67,31 cm
Art Institute of Chicago.

Ref No. Degas 36
Retiring, 1883 c.
Pastel (36 x 43 cm)
Art Institute of Chicago.

Ref No. Degas 37
Woman in Her Bath
Washing Her Leg,
1883-84Pastel
19 x 41 cm
Musee d'Orsay,Paris.

Ref No. Degas 38
Reclining Nude,
1883-85 Pastel
32,77 x 41,62cm
Galerie Beyler, Basle

Ref No. Degas 39
Woman in the Tub,
1884 Pastel86 x 76cm

Ref No. Degas 40
The Tub, 1885-86 c.
Pastel69,9 x 69,9cm
Hillstead Museum,
Farmington, Conecticut.

Ref No. Degas 41
The Tub, 1886
Pastel on cardboard
69,9 x 69,9 cm
Jeu de Paume
Museum, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 42
Woman Drying herself,
1886 Pastel
85,34 x 70,36 cm
Collection James Archidale

Ref No. Degas 43
A Woman Having Her
Hair Combed, 1886-88
Pastel (73 x 59 cm)
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 44
Seated Woman Combing
Her Hair, 1887-90
Pastel (80 x 57 cm)
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 45
The Morning Bath,1890
Pastel (55 x 57 cm)
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 46
Two Bathers on the Grass
1890-95 Pastel
69,34 x 67,31 cm
Jeu de Paume
Museum, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 47
After the Bath, Woman
Drying Her Nape,1895
Pastel (62 x 65 cm)
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 48
After the Bath,1895-1900
Pastel (76 x 83 cm)
The Phillips Collection
Washington

Ref No. Degas 49
After the Bath Woman
1896 Oil148,9x114,81cm

Ref No. Degas 50
Seated Bather Drying
Herself, 1899
Pastel (53 x 53 cm)

Ref No. Degas 51
Apres le bain, 1905
Pastel (88 x 78 cm)

Ref No. Degas 52
Woman with Opera
Glasses, 1875-76 c.
Oil on cardboard
48 x 32 cm
Gemaldegalerie, Dresden.

Ref No. Degas 53
Aix Ambassedeurs
1875-77Pastel
(37 x 27 cm)
Musee des
Beaux-Arts, Lion.

Ref No. Degas 54
Cabaret, 1876-77
Pastel (23,5 x 43 cm)
The Corcoran Gallery
of Art, Washington.

Ref No. Degas 55
The Song of the
Dog, 1876-77 c.
Guache and pastel
on mono57 x 45 cm

Ref No. Degas 56
The Figurantes, 1877
Pastel (27 x 32 cm)
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 57
Singer with a Glove,
1878 Mixed media
on canvas
52,8 x 41,1 cm
Fogg Art Museum,
Harvard University

Ref No. Degas 58
The Daughter of Jephthah
1859-61Oil on canvas
195,6 x 298,5 cm
Smith College Museum
of Art, Northampton, MA

Ref No. Degas 59
The Young Spartans
Exercising, 1860-62 c.
Oil on canvas
109,2 x 154,3 cm
National Gallery,London.

Ref No. Degas 60
Medieval War Scene
1865 Oil colors on
paper mounted on
canvas 81 x 147cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 61
A Woman with
Chrysanthemums1865
Oil on canvas74 x 93
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 62
A Woman Ironing,1869
Oil on canvas92x73cm

Ref No. Degas 63
Sulking, 1869-71
Oil on canvas
32,4 x 46,4 cm
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 64
Children Sat Down in
he House Door,1872-73
Oil on canvas 60x75cm
Odrupgaardsamlingen
Copenhaghen.

Ref No. Degas 65
Melancholy, 1874 c.
Oil on canvas
19 x 24 cm
Phillips Collection
Washington.

Ref No. Degas 66
The Absinthe Drinker
1875-76Oil on canvas
92 x 68 cm
Musee d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 67
Three Women Combing
Their Hair, 1875-76
Oil mixed with
turpentine (31 x 45 cm)
Phillips Collection
Washington.

Ref No. Degas 68
Woman with Dog,1875-80
Oil on canvas 39 x 48 cm
Nasjonalgalleriete, Oslo.

Ref No. Degas 69
Women in Front
of a Cafe,Evening,1877
Pastel over monotype
54 x 71 cm
Mus¨¦e d'Orsay, Paris.

Ref No. Degas 70
Chez la Modiste, 1882
Pastel on paper75 x 85
Metropolitan Museum
of Art, New York.

Ref No. Degas 71
At the Milliner's,
1882-84 c.
Pastel 76 x 85 cm
Thyssen Fundation,
Madrid.

Ref No. Degas 72
Chez la Modiste,1883
Pastel (76 x 85 cm)
Lehman Collection.

Ref No. Degas 73
Before the Mirror,1885-86
Pastel (49 x 64 cm)
Kunsthalle, Hamburg.

Ref No. Degas 74
Seated Woman Having
Her Hair Combed, 1892-95
Oil on canvas (82 x 87 cm)
Nasjonalgalleriete, Oslo.

Hilaire Germain Edgar Degas France Impressionism, b.1834 - d.1917.Degas was born into a well-to-do banking family on July 19, 1834, in Paris. He studied at the ¨¦cole des Beaux-Arts under a disciple of the famous French classicist J. A. D. Ingres, where Degas developed the great drawing ability that was to be a salient characteristic of his art. After 1865, under the influence of the budding impressionist movement, he gave up academic subjects to turn to contemporary themes. But, unlike the impressionists, he preferred to work in the studio and was uninterested in the study of natural light that fascinated them. He was attracted by theatrical subjects, and most of his works depict racecourses, theaters, caf¨¦s, music halls, or boudoirs. Degas was a keen observer of humanity¡ªparticularly of women, with whom his work is preoccupied¡ªand in his portraits as well as in his studies of dancers, milliners, and laundresses, he cultivated a complete objectivity, attempting to catch his subjects in poses as natural and spontaneous as those recorded in action photographs. sales@oilpaintingshop.com