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DEGAS Edgar (1834 - 1917)

Estimate: €1,000 - €1,500

Description: DEGAS Edgar (1834 - 1917) "Ballerine" en bronze à patine brune. Signé E. Degas. Cachet "Fonderie Bords de Seine". Fonte posthume. H.(socle en marbre gris compris):45.5cm.

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Painting: Attributed to EDGAR DEGAS (French, 1834-1917)

Description: Painting: Attributed to Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917), pastel on paper, 10 1/2 in x 8 1/4 in

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Edgar Degas

Estimate: $3,000 - $6,000

Description: Artist: Edgar DegasTitle: Dans les coulissesYear: 1919Medium: Impression on wove paperEdition: From the rare limited editionSize: 8 1/2" x 6"Signature: Signed in the stoneCOA provided. Guaranteed authentic.

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EDGAR DEGAS | Étude de nu

Estimate: £80,000 - £120,000

Description: charcoal on pink paper

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Edgar Degas (1834-1917) nach, 'Petite danseuse de quatorze ans', (Kleine Tä

Description: Edgar Degas (1834-1917) nach, 'Petite danseuse de quatorze ans', (Kleine Tänzerin von 14 Jahren), Bronze, patiniert, auf einer rechteckigen Plinthe stehende junge Ballerina, ihre Hände hinter dem Rücken faltend. Posthumer, neuzeitlicher Guss. Die 1880 ursprünglich in Wachs modellierte, mit echtem Tutu und Tanzschuhen bekleidete, naturgetreu bemalte 'Kleine Tänzerin' ist das einzige plastische Werk Degas', das er zu Lebzeiten zeigte - 1881 auf der Impressionisten-Ausstellung. Im Stand bez. 'Degas', H. 96 cm

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Edgar Degas Lithograph from 1923

Estimate: $2,000 - $2,500

Description: Edgar Degas Color Plate Lithograph from 1923 Approx 24x20 inches Professionally framed. Includes certificate.

Condition Report: This is excellent condition. Edgar Degas (1834-1917) spent almost all of his eighty-three years in the city of Paris. He was the eldest son of a prosperous banker and decided to abandon the study of law in 1855 to begin his training as an artist in the academic system. The only one out of five children to become a painter, he was something of a renegade in his family. He was a reclusive who spurned publicity of any kind, but nonetheless was known in public as a wit and a brilliant conversationalist. Within his lifetime, as today, Degas was most celebrated as the painter of one subject: the ballet. Above all the subjects that he treated, whether the early history paintings, the scenes of life in the modern city-race courses and cafes, shopgirls, and laundresses-or the portraits of family and friends that he continued to paint throughout his life, it is the dancer that is now associated with the name of Degas in the popular imagination.The sustained series of dancers and bathers produced in the later years have the quality of a private language, obsessional and irresoluble. Quite different from earlier treatments of the same themes, they lack narrative and spatial definition, any sense of audience and immediate charm. The lonely figures are rendered in colors that are frequently shrill and coarse, while the surface is attacked, scraped and reworked, often with the artists fingers and thumbs. Many of Degas key works are in charcoal on tracing paper or in pastel that is richly textured and layered.

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Edgar Degas Color Plate Lithograph 1979

Estimate: $2,000 - $2,500

Description: Edgar Degas Color Plate Lithograph from 1979 Approx 24x20 inches Professionally framed. Includes certificate.

Condition Report: This is excellent condition. Edgar Degas (1834-1917) spent almost all of his eighty-three years in the city of Paris. He was the eldest son of a prosperous banker and decided to abandon the study of law in 1855 to begin his training as an artist in the academic system. The only one out of five children to become a painter, he was something of a renegade in his family. He was a reclusive who spurned publicity of any kind, but nonetheless was known in public as a wit and a brilliant conversationalist. Within his lifetime, as today, Degas was most celebrated as the painter of one subject: the ballet. Above all the subjects that he treated, whether the early history paintings, the scenes of life in the modern city-race courses and cafes, shopgirls, and laundresses-or the portraits of family and friends that he continued to paint throughout his life, it is the dancer that is now associated with the name of Degas in the popular imagination.The sustained series of dancers and bathers produced in the later years have the quality of a private language, obsessional and irresoluble. Quite different from earlier treatments of the same themes, they lack narrative and spatial definition, any sense of audience and immediate charm. The lonely figures are rendered in colors that are frequently shrill and coarse, while the surface is attacked, scraped and reworked, often with the artists fingers and thumbs. Many of Degas key works are in charcoal on tracing paper or in pastel that is richly textured and layered.

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Edgar Degas Lithograph from 1923

Estimate: $2,500 - $2,800

Description: Edgar Degas lithograph from over 50 years ago Approx 20x24 inches. Custom framed. Includes certificate of authentiicity.

Condition Report: This is new in mint condition. Edgar Degas (1834-1917) spent almost all of his eighty-three years in the city of Paris. He was the eldest son of a prosperous banker and decided to abandon the study of law in 1855 to begin his training as an artist in the academic system. The only one out of five children to become a painter, he was something of a renegade in his family. He was a reclusive who spurned publicity of any kind, but nonetheless was known in public as a wit and a brilliant conversationalist. Within his lifetime, as today, Degas was most celebrated as the painter of one subject: the ballet. Above all the subjects that he treated, whether the early history paintings, the scenes of life in the modern city-race courses and cafes, shopgirls, and laundresses-or the portraits of family and friends that he continued to paint throughout his life, it is the dancer that is now associated with the name of Degas in the popular imagination.The sustained series of dancers and bathers produced in the later years have the quality of a private language, obsessional and irresoluble. Quite different from earlier treatments of the same themes, they lack narrative and spatial definition, any sense of audience and immediate charm. The lonely figures are rendered in colors that are frequently shrill and coarse, while the surface is attacked, scraped and reworked, often with the artists fingers and thumbs. Many of Degas key works are in charcoal on tracing paper or in pastel that is richly textured and layered.

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Edgar Degas 1923 Engraving Limited

Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000

Description: Edgar Degas 1923 Engraving Limited Edition. Signed in the plate. Custom framed. Approx 20x24 inches. Includes certificate of authenticity.

Condition Report: This is new in mint condition. Edgar Degas (1834-1917) spent almost all of his eighty-three years in the city of Paris. He was the eldest son of a prosperous banker and decided to abandon the study of law in 1855 to begin his training as an artist in the academic system. The only one out of five children to become a painter, he was something of a renegade in his family. He was a reclusive who spurned publicity of any kind, but nonetheless was known in public as a wit and a brilliant conversationalist. Within his lifetime, as today, Degas was most celebrated as the painter of one subject: the ballet. Above all the subjects that he treated, whether the early history paintings, the scenes of life in the modern city-race courses and cafes, shopgirls, and laundresses-or the portraits of family and friends that he continued to paint throughout his life, it is the dancer that is now associated with the name of Degas in the popular imagination.The sustained series of dancers and bathers produced in the later years have the quality of a private language, obsessional and irresoluble. Quite different from earlier treatments of the same themes, they lack narrative and spatial definition, any sense of audience and immediate charm. The lonely figures are rendered in colors that are frequently shrill and coarse, while the surface is attacked, scraped and reworked, often with the artists fingers and thumbs. Many of Degas key works are in charcoal on tracing paper or in pastel that is richly textured and layered.

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Edgar Degas engraving limited edition over 90 years ago

Estimate: $3,000 - $3,500

Description: Edgar Degas engraving limited edition over 90 years ago Approx 18x22 inches. Custom framed. Includes certificate of authentiicity.

Condition Report: This is new in mint condition. Edgar Degas (1834-1917) spent almost all of his eighty-three years in the city of Paris. He was the eldest son of a prosperous banker and decided to abandon the study of law in 1855 to begin his training as an artist in the academic system. The only one out of five children to become a painter, he was something of a renegade in his family. He was a reclusive who spurned publicity of any kind, but nonetheless was known in public as a wit and a brilliant conversationalist. Within his lifetime, as today, Degas was most celebrated as the painter of one subject: the ballet. Above all the subjects that he treated, whether the early history paintings, the scenes of life in the modern city-race courses and cafes, shopgirls, and laundresses-or the portraits of family and friends that he continued to paint throughout his life, it is the dancer that is now associated with the name of Degas in the popular imagination.The sustained series of dancers and bathers produced in the later years have the quality of a private language, obsessional and irresoluble. Quite different from earlier treatments of the same themes, they lack narrative and spatial definition, any sense of audience and immediate charm. The lonely figures are rendered in colors that are frequently shrill and coarse, while the surface is attacked, scraped and reworked, often with the artists fingers and thumbs. Many of Degas key works are in charcoal on tracing paper or in pastel that is richly textured and layered.

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Edgar Degas Lithograph from 1923

Estimate: $2,500 - $3,000

Description: Edgar Degas lithograph from over 50 years ago Approx 20x24 inches. Custom framed. Includes certificate of authentiicity.

Condition Report: This is new in mint condition. Edgar Degas (1834-1917) spent almost all of his eighty-three years in the city of Paris. He was the eldest son of a prosperous banker and decided to abandon the study of law in 1855 to begin his training as an artist in the academic system. The only one out of five children to become a painter, he was something of a renegade in his family. He was a reclusive who spurned publicity of any kind, but nonetheless was known in public as a wit and a brilliant conversationalist. Within his lifetime, as today, Degas was most celebrated as the painter of one subject: the ballet. Above all the subjects that he treated, whether the early history paintings, the scenes of life in the modern city-race courses and cafes, shopgirls, and laundresses-or the portraits of family and friends that he continued to paint throughout his life, it is the dancer that is now associated with the name of Degas in the popular imagination.The sustained series of dancers and bathers produced in the later years have the quality of a private language, obsessional and irresoluble. Quite different from earlier treatments of the same themes, they lack narrative and spatial definition, any sense of audience and immediate charm. The lonely figures are rendered in colors that are frequently shrill and coarse, while the surface is attacked, scraped and reworked, often with the artists fingers and thumbs. Many of Degas key works are in charcoal on tracing paper or in pastel that is richly textured and layered.

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EDGAR DEGAS (1834-1917)  - Trois danseuses

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Description: EDGAR DEGAS (1834-1917) Trois danseuses stamped with the signature ‘Degas’ (Lugt 658; lower left) pastel on paper 27 3/4 x 21 7/8 in. (70.5 x 55.5 cm.) Executed circa 1889

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EDGAR DEGAS (1834-1917)   Tête, petite étude pour le portrait de Madame S.

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Description: EDGAR DEGAS (1834-1917) Tête, petite étude pour le portrait de Madame S. signed 'Degas', numbered '7/H' and stamped with the foundry mark 'CIRE PERDUE A A HEBRARD' (to the back of the neck, verso) bronze with dark-brown patina 14.5cm (5 11/16 in) high Conceived circa 1892 and cast in an edition of 21 between 1919 and 1937, numbered A to T plus one artist's proof and two casts reserved for the Degas heirs and the founder Hébrard.

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Edgar Degas (1834-1917)  A draped figure in profile to the left, and study

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Description: Edgar Degas (1834-1917) A draped figure in profile to the left, and study of an arm black chalk on paper 12 1/8 x 9 1/4 in. (31 x 23.5 cm.)

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Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)  Femme s'étirant  bronze with brown patina  Height

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Description: Degas, Edgar (1834-1917) Femme s'étirant bronze with brown patina Height: 14 1/8 in. (36 cm.)

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