Edgar Degas's ballet dancers and late nudes constitute one of the peaks of nineteenth-century art. Contemporaries described his nudes in tones of excited horror ("Crouching, gourd-like women fill the bathtubs . . . who are these women? Whores or housewives? Nobody knows"). Reproduced in full color with text by noted art historian Patrick Bade, this book lets readers decide for themselves.
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This is one of a series of books called Miniature Art Masters. These books are tiny, and because of that the details in the art are not so pleasant to behold as they would be in a coffee-table book ... Llegeix la ressenya completa