What Makes a Degas a Degas?
Now, for the first time, What Makes a Degas a Degas is available in a handsome hardcover edition. Take a museum tour through the pages and discover the world of Degas. Learn about the qualities that make one artist's work different from another. This edition features twelve important paintings, with analysis of composition, line, color, and subject matter, and information about the world in which the artist worked. Details of the paintings make abstract concepts easy to understand, even for readers studying these works for the first time.
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