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by David Bomford,Sarah Herring,Jo Kirby,Christopher Riopelle,Ashok Roy

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David Bomford,Sarah Herring,Jo Kirby,Christopher Riopelle,Ashok Roy
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National Gallery London (November 10, 2004)
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One of art history’s most admired artists, Edgar Degas (1834–1917) challenged contemporary conventions with his . This generously illustrated study is the latest title in the National Gallery’s series Art in the Making.

One of art history’s most admired artists, Edgar Degas (1834–1917) challenged contemporary conventions with his intriguing working methods. Drawing on both technical studies and documentary evidence.

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Drawing on both technical studies and documentary evidence, it takes a fascinating look at Degas’s techniques in the context of his life and artistic milieu as well as his place in the Impressionist movement.

One of art history s most admired artists, Edgar Degas (18341917) challenged contemporary conventions with his intriguing . This generously illustrated study is the latest title in the National Gallery s series "Art in the Making.

One of art history s most admired artists, Edgar Degas (18341917) challenged contemporary conventions with his intriguing working methods. Drawing on both technical studies and documentary evidence, it takes a fascinating look at Degas s techniques in the context of his life and artistic milieu as well as his place in the Impressionist movement.

David Bomford, Jo Kirby. Christopher Riopelle. One of art history’s most admired artists, Edgar Degas (1834–1917) challenged contemporary conventions with his intriguing working methods. Drawing on both technical studies and documentary evidence, it takes a fascinating look at Degas’s techniques in the context of his lifeMaking.

This generously illustrated study is the latest title in the National Gallery’s series Art in the Making. Drawing on both technical studies and documentary evidence, it takes a fascinating look at Degas’s techniques in the context of his life and artistic milieu as well as his place in the Impressionist movement.

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Publication date 14 Aug 2006. Publisher National Gallery Company Ltd. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom. Axel Rüger, formerly Curator of Dutch Paintings at the National Gallery, is Director of the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.

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One of art history’s most admired artists, Edgar Degas (1834–1917) challenged contemporary conventions with his intriguing working methods. This generously illustrated study is the latest title in the National Gallery’s series Art in the Making. Drawing on both technical studies and documentary evidence, it takes a fascinating look at Degas’s techniques in the context of his life and artistic milieu as well as his place in the Impressionist movement.

The book includes a vivid biographical sketch, an essay on Degas’s working methods and materials, a discussion of his reputation in Britain, and catalogue entries on 14 works owned by or on loan to the National Gallery.