Degas: Beyond Impressionism

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National Gallery Publications, 1996 - Painting, French - 324 pages
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"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.

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The art of Edgar Degas continues to captivate art lovers and historians alike. The National Gallery of London and the Art Institute of Chicago have comounted a notable exhibit of late Degas drawings ... Read full review

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Dr Richard Kendall is a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Addenbrooke's Hospital Cambridge. He trained at St. George's Hospital Medical School, University of London, graduating in 1992 (BSc in Basic Medical Sciences with Anthropology, MBBS). His postgraduate training initially led him to Sheffield where he obtained his FRCS in 1996. He subsequently trained in Cambridge obtaining his FCEM in 2002 and then Adelaide in South Australia where he worked as a Senior Registrar at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Dr Kendall returned to Cambridge in 2004 to take up a Consultant post and is currently the Attachment Director for Emergency Medicine for the University of Cambridge Clinical School. Other than undergraduate medical education, his interests include application of clinical governance to emergency medicine and use of ultrasound in emergency medicine.

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