Transformation Of Degas’ Dancer
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While Degas’ subject matter did not change, however, his style became noticeably different over time, a shift that is evidenced in the changing character of his art as it moved from scenes of dancers practicing, resting, and performing to his later pictures in which “Degas seems to be inventing his own dance, choreographing the forms of the picture...
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Instead, brilliant colors, vigorous strokes and a markedly altered viewpoint dominate the composition as the figures and background dissolve into an expressive continuum of movement and color.
Exhibited in 1876 at the second Impressionist exhibition, The Dance Class shows a rehearsal session conducted by the famous ballet master Jules Perrot...
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