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Degas, Edgar 1834-1917

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Works: 3,087 works in 6,868 publications in 17 languages and 118,868 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Exhibition catalogs  Juvenile works  Catalogs  Fiction  Catalogues raisonnés  Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc  Records and correspondence  Pictorial works 
Subject Headings: Artists 
Roles: Author, Illustrator, Artist, Honoree, Other, Dedicatee, Collector, Creator, Contributor, Engraver, Printer, Composer, Photographer, Lithographer
Classifications: N6853.D33, 759.4
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Publications about Edgar Degas
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Publications by Edgar Degas, published posthumously.
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Most widely held works by Edgar Degas
Degas by Robert Gordon( Book )
65 editions published between 1977 and 2003 in 6 languages and held by 1,838 libraries worldwide
Catalogus van de grote overzichtstentoonstelling van het werk van Edgar Degas (1834-1917), voorzien van uitgebreide informatie
Degas : beyond impressionism by Richard Kendall( Book )
14 editions published in 1996 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,321 libraries worldwide
"The first publication on Degas's mature work ... presents a new and definitive view of his last decades ... drawings, pastels, oil paintings, and sculptures."--Jacket
Degas and the dance by Jill DeVonyar( Book )
8 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 985 libraries worldwide
Seeks to illuminate the themes present in the artist's works, presenting new material about Degas's highly informed relationship with the ballet of the nineteenth century
The sculpture of Edgar Degas by Charles W Millard( Book )
7 editions published between 1976 and 1979 in English and held by 977 libraries worldwide
I dreamed I was a ballerina by Anna Pavlova( Book )
10 editions published between 2001 and 2005 in 3 languages and held by 898 libraries worldwide
The story of a girl's first trip to the ballet and the dreams it inspired, leading her to become a legendary ballerina
Degas in the Art Institute of Chicago by Richard R Brettell( Book )
8 editions published in 1984 in English and held by 847 libraries worldwide
Looking into Degas : uneasy images of women and modern life by Eunice Lipton( Book )
5 editions published between 1986 and 1988 in English and held by 811 libraries worldwide
Edgar Degas, photographer by Malcolm R Daniel( Book )
12 editions published between 1998 and 1999 in English and Undetermined and held by 644 libraries worldwide
"Degas's major surviving photographs, little known even among devotees of the artist's paintings and pastels, are analyzed and reproduced for the first time in this volume, which accompanies an exhibition at The Metropolitan Muscum of Art, The J. Paul Getty Museum, and the Bibliotheque Nationale de France."--Jacket
Degas : a dialogue of difference by Werner Hofmann( Book )
5 editions published in 2007 in 4 languages and held by 581 libraries worldwide
Here is a comprehensive overview of the pioneering work of Edgar Degas. Packed with over 200 illustrations, it explores the pictorial world of the man whose formal innovations, commitment to realism and the exploration of both the light and dark sides of contemporary society foreshadowed the art of the 20th century, with Hofmann bringing his own surprising new insights to many of Degas's best-known works. Degas regularly took part in the Impressionists' group exhibitions but followed his own path from the start. In contrast to the sense of harmony pursued by his fellow painters, he produced images of the social world, charged with tension. He depicted the brittle nature of bourgeois life and relationships, and explored the marginal areas of society, where his artistic gaze fell predominantly upon female subjects: washerwomen and seamstresses, dancers and prostitutes. Degas portrayed these women at work and at rest, with others and alone, with a striking focus on the female body in all its forms: decorated, desired, bought and sold, and--only occasionally--liberated. This interest in human isolation and alienation led to formal experiments in which Degas broke with the strict rules of central perspective to create a sense of unbalance and unease. Werner Hofmann's penetrating analysis is interspersed with insights into Degas's bourgeois background, and his artistic trajectory is placed within the context of the major currents of 19th-century art, with David, Ingres, Delacroix, Courbet and the Impressionists among the key points of reference. In this way, we see not only the traditions that influenced him but also his striking individuality and spirit of innovation, which forged a new artistic path into the 20th century
Edgar Degas : drawings and pastels by Christopher Lloyd( Book )
6 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 562 libraries worldwide
Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was one of the outstanding draughtsmen of the 19th century; for him drawing was not only a central tenet of his art but was essential to his existence. In Edgar Degas: Drawings and Pastels, Christopher Lloyd examines the artist's drawings and pastels, traces the development of his style, and explores his biography, including his complicated relationship with the Impressionists. The artist's entire career is covered, from his early days copying the Old Masters through 1912, when failing eyesight caused him to cease working. Following a broadly chronological approach, Lloyd discusses Degas's images of dancers, nudes, milliners, and the less well-known racehorse and landscape drawings. His extensive research, which included consulting the artist's detailed notebooks, results in a fascinating and comprehensive exposition of Degas's work, at the heart of which are beautiful reproduction of over 200 pencil, black-chalk, pen-and-ink, and charcoal drawings and pastels
Degas, the dancers by George T. M Shackelford( Book )
7 editions published between 1984 and 1994 in English and held by 556 libraries worldwide
Degas and the Little Dancer by Richard Kendall( Book )
9 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 540 libraries worldwide
Behandlar främst Degas' skulptur av en fjortonårig balettdansös, utarb. 1878-1881
Degas : impressions of a great master by Gerhard Gruitrooy( Book )
13 editions published between 1994 and 2005 in 5 languages and held by 496 libraries worldwide
This volume tells the story of Degas through 129 full-color reproductions of his works
A Degas sketchbook by Carol Armstrong( Book )
9 editions published between 1988 and 2000 in English and French and held by 472 libraries worldwide
Reproduces all of the significant pages from Degas's 1877 sketchbook, placing Degas both within the context of the cultivated salon of the Halévy family and the larger world of late 19th-century Paris
Degas/Lautrec by Edgar Degas( Book )
8 editions published between 1967 and 1970 in 3 languages and held by 456 libraries worldwide
Edgar Degas : Waiting by Richard Thomson( Book )
11 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 434 libraries worldwide
"Edgar Degas was one of the great pioneers of modern art, and the J. Paul Getty and Norton Simon museums are fortunate to own jointly one of his finest pastels, Waiting (L'Attente), which he made sometime between 1880 and 1882, about midway in his career." "In this fascinating monograph, author Richard Thomson explores this brilliant work in detail, revealing both the intricacies of its composition and the source of the emotional pull it immediately exerts upon the viewer. For Waiting is, indeed, an extraordinary object both in its craftsmanship and color and, perhaps most especially, in its aura of ambiguity and even mystery."--BOOK JACKET
Degas by Jean Sutherland Boggs( Book )
7 editions published in 1996 in 3 languages and held by 422 libraries worldwide
Edgar Degas sculpture by National Gallery of Art (U.S.)( Book )
5 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 421 libraries worldwide
This volume presents the sculptures of French artist Edgar Degas (1834-1917). Degas is known for his work in painting, sculpture, printmaking and drawing. He is regarded as one of the founders of Impressionism, although he rejected the term, and preferred to be called a realist. Although best known as a painter, his most widely known work is a sculpture, "Little Dancer Aged Fourteen". Executed in wax, near life-sized, dressed in a ballerina's tutu, with real ballet slippers and real hair, the sculpture caused a sensation when it was exhibited in 1881. It is the only sculpture Degas ever showed publicly, though more than one hundred -- of dancers, horses, and bathers -- were found in his studio after he died, all dusty, some fallen apart. This work includes essays on Degas' life and work, his sculptural technique and materials, and the story of the sculptures after his death. It features art-historical and technical discussions of every work in the collection as well as concordances and bibliography
Degas by Ian Dunlop( Book )
20 editions published in 1979 in 5 languages and held by 394 libraries worldwide
Presents the delicacy of the great French Impressionist famous for his treatments of the ballet, cafe-life and race track scenes
Degas and the business of art : a cotton office in New Orleans by Marilyn Brown( Book )
5 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 289 libraries worldwide
Edgar Degas's painting entitled A Cotton Office in New Orleans is one of the most significant images of nineteenth-century capitalism, in part because it was the first painting by an Impressionist to be purchased by a museum. Drawing upon archival materials, Marilyn R. Brown explores the accumulated social meanings of the work in light of shifting audiences and changing market conditions and assesses the artist's complicated relationship to the business of art. Despite the financial failure of the actual cotton firm he represented, Degas carefully constructed his picture with a particular buyer - a British textile manufacturer - in mind. However, world events, including an international stock market crash and declines in the market for cotton and art, destroyed his hopes for this sale. It was under these circumstances that the canvas was exhibited in the second Impressionist show in Paris in 1876. While it received a more positive response than other works exhibited, its success was with the conservative audience. After considerable difficulty, Degas finally succeeded in selling the painting in 1878 to the newly founded museum in the city of Pau. The painting was probably regarded as an appropriate homage to the old textile manufacturing family who funded its purchase. It also appealed to "progressive" provincial and more cosmopolitan audiences in Pau. The picture's scattered form and atomized figures - in which some interpreters today read evidence of the artist's own ambivalence about capitalism - seemingly contributed to its "innovative" cachet in Pau. But the private and public meanings of the painting had shifted, in discontinuous fashion, between its production and consumption. Under the circumstances, Degas's unfixed and even mixed messages about business became, among other things, his most successful (if unwitting) marketing strategy. The official recognition Degas received in Pau in 1878 heralded the gradual upswing of his own financial status during the 1880s, but his attitudes toward success remained mixed
 
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De Gas, Edgar 1834-1917
de Gas, Hilaire Germain Edgar
De Gas Hilaire-Germain-Edgar 1834-1917
Dega, Ėdgar
Dega, Ėdgar 1834-1917
Degā, Edgars 1834-1917
Degā, Ilērs Žermēns Edgars 1834-1917
Degas.
Degas 1834-1917
Degas, E.
Degas, E. M. 1834-1917
Degas Edgar
Degas, Edgar 1834-1917
Degas, Edgar Germain Hilaire
Degas, Edgar H. 1834-1917
Degas, Edgar Hilaire Germain
Degas, Edgar-Hilaire-Germain 1834-1917
Degas, Edgard 1834-1917
Degas, Edouard
Degas, Hilaire Germain
Degas Hilaire Germain Edgar
Degas Hilaire-Germain-Edgar 1834-1917
Degas, Hilaire-Germain Edgard 1834-1917
Doga 1834-1917
Doga Edogā 1834-1917
Doujia, 1834-1917
Edgar Dega
Edgar Degas
Edgar Degas 1834-1917
Edgar Degas artista francés
Edgar Degas francia festő és szobrász
Edgar Degas Frans kunstschilder
Edgar Degas französischer Maler und Bildhauer
Edgar Degas French artist
Edgar Degas malarz i rzeźbiarz francuski
Edgar Degas Painter
Edgar Degas peintre français
Edgar Degas Phransiya jacha marka yäpa llimphiyri
Edgar Degas pintor y escultor francés.
Edgar Degas pittore e scultore francese
Edgar Degas Ransiya mama llaqtayuq llimphiq
Edgar Germain Hilaire Degas
Edgars Degā
Edgarus Degas
Edogā Doga 1834-1917
Edqar Deqa
Gas, Ed 1834-1917
Gas, Edgar De 1834-1917
Gas, Hilaire-Germain-Edgar de
Gas Hilaire-Germain-Edgar de 1834-1917
Hilaire Germain Edgar de Gas
Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas
Hilarie Germain Edgar Degas
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Te-chia 1834-1917
Εντγκάρ Ντεγκά
Дега, Илер Жермен Эдгар
Дега, Эдгар 1834-1917
Дега, Эдгар французский художник
Едгар Дега
Едґар Деґа
Эдгар Дэга
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אדגר דגה
אדגר דגה צייר ופסל צרפתי
גה, אדגר די
דגא, אדגר
‏דגה, אדגאר.
דגה, אדגאר 1834־1917
דגה, אדגר 1834-1917
דגה, אילר ג'רמן אדגר
דגה, אילר ז'רמן אדגאר
דה גה, אדגר
דיגה, אדגר
إدجار ديجا، 1834-1917
إدغار ديغا
إدغار ديغا رسام و نحات فرنسى
ادگار دگا شاعر، نقاش، و مجسمه‌ساز فرانسوی
ديجاه، إدجار، 1834-1917
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एदगा दगा
एद्गर देगास
এদ্‌গার দ্যগা
এদ্‌গার দ্যগা ফরাসি শিল্পী
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드가, 에드가 1834-1917
드가, 일레 제르맹 에드가 1834-1917
에드가 드가
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エドガー・ドガ 1834-1917
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ドガ 1834-1917
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