Essay heading: Photographic Influence on Degas Work

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Chris Orchard


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July 1, 2009






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I would put forward that a substantial impact would be one, which remnants are visible through the completed work. Substantiality would then be based on whether or not the aesthetic or meaning of the photograph still influences. Therefore I decree that substantiality can be undervalued, but not overvalued...
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That would send me in the direction of Scharfs argument. To back this up Scharf argues that Degas was influenced by the snapshot photograph, this is in a way an aesthetic value, but moreover it is Degas trying to convey a meaning of convention. This meaning of convention is never truly assessed in regard to Degas work by Vanerdoe...
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