Degas Little Dancer Ballerina Bronze Statue - 18H - 4026 -
Strike a pose! Impressionist Edgar Degas typically captured his subjects in photographic portraits in the midst of their daily activity. In the 1880s, when his eyesight began to fail, Degas began increasingly working in sculpture such as this Little Dancer, because this media did not require intense visual acuity.
Made from gallery quality lost wax cast bronze, black enamel finish on bodice and skirt, black marble base, 18"H x 8.25"W x 8.25"D.
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