Watson-Guptill, 1 de set. 1984 - 87 pàgines
Each of these handsome volumes contains 32 large color plates reproduced with superb fidelity on special paper. The informative text and detailed captions will provide inspiration and fresh insight for all who admire great painting.
This elucidating book documents the passion that Edgar Degas had for pastels, his radical experiments with color, texture, distortions of space, and unorthodox lighting that widely influenced other painters.
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As a quick, cheap way of sketching and drawing, the medium of pastel dates back to the Renaissance. Degas's pastels are particularly noteworthy because he expanded the range in which the medium could ... Llegeix la ressenya completa