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Dancers In Blue by Edgar Degas - Canvas Print

About Edgar Degas’ Blue Dancers

Do you like this Degas Blue Dancers print?

Edgard Degas created this wonderful artwork in 1897.

The artwork depicts 4 ballerinas dancing on stage. The work appears to catch the dancers in mid-motion.

This work stands out due to its use of cold colors to depict the dancers.

This painting is one of many works by Degas that illustrate ballet dancers.

This art now hangs at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, Russia.

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About The Degas Blue Dancers Print

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  • 1.50” Density stretchers for an art gallery-style look.
  • Stretched, prepared, and finished in the United States.
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  • We make our canvases specifically for our printing process. The blank unprinted canvases are white.

We utilize only HP Latex inks in our print process. This process allows our canvas prints to be resistant to fading for as long as 100 years.

We only use high-quality frames. The stretching of our canvases uses wooden stretchers.

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About The Artist

Edgar Degas was a French artist. Most of his work depicts dancers. Many label him as a founder of impressionism. He did not view himself in this way, instead of calling himself a realist. He applied the style of traditional history paintings to the current modern-day subjects.

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