Essay heading: Edgar Degas, man the myth the artist

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With the industrial revolution, a new message arrived: man versus himself. This message was most evident in Degas' many equestrian paintings; Laurie Schneider Adams states, "In At the Races, Degas' figures are in a state of restlessness? At the left, a single horse gallops into the picture plane as his jockey reins him...
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The arrested movement of the galloping horse draws attention to the distant train that continues on? Degas refers to the contrast between mechanized and natural movement and to the changing modes of transportation created by the industrial revolution." (Adams, 821) The industrial Revolution continued mans affair with himself: the ambition to always perfect, refine, and move forward...
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