Degas by Boggs, Jean Sutherland, Douglas W. Druick, Henri Loyrette,

By Boggs, Jean Sutherland, Douglas W. Druick, Henri Loyrette, Michael Pantazzi, and Gary Tinterow

Degas, of the 1st large-scale retrospective exhibition of the paintings of Edgar Degas (1834–1917) to be held in additional than fifty years, is the everlasting list of the 1988–89 exhibition together equipped through the Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Paris, The nationwide Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, and The Metropolitan Museum of paintings, big apple. finished in scope and definitive in nature, this quantity comprises work, pastels, drawings, monotypes, prints, pictures, and sculpture representing each point of the profession of 1 of the protean artists of the 19th century. because of broad learn carried out in libraries, files, and personal collections in Europe and North the USA, dozens of formerly unpublished letters and hundreds and hundreds of little-known records the following offer an unprecedented resource of data at the lifetime of this awesome artist, bringing to a brand new point of precision our figuring out of his operating equipment, his topics, and his buyers.

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