Degas Little Dancer Lost Wax Bronze Grande 51HPN# 6158Z
Petite Danseuse De Quatorze Ans (Little Dancer of Fourteen Years) 1879-1881, is the only sculpture Edgar Degas chose to exhibit throughout his lifetime. He created a revolutionary piece breaking the stereotypical cold inanimate sculptures of his time. He made his young ballerina dancer come to life. Although received with some disapproval because of its stark realism, it has become one of the most time honored, beloved sculptures around the world. She is an iconic representation of a ballerina. Sometimes associated with Impressionism, this statue by Degas associates him with the Realist art tradition.
This reproduction captures the nuanced folds in her skirt and the graceful, serene expression on her face. Her crisp bow in her hair is a delight. Our Grande bronze version is Gallery Quality, made from lost wax bronze with black bronze patina on bodice, skirt, hair and ballet shoes, 51"H x 26"W x 19"D. Includes FREE shipping to Continental US included. PN 6158Z.
When you look at the girl, the base is 22 3/4"W x 17 3/4"D x 4"H.
We highly recommend this statue! It is stunning!
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