About Edgar Degas’ The Dance Class
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Edgar Degas created this painting in 1874.
The work portrays a ballet class in the Paris Opera building. The class is being taught by Jules-Joseph Perrot. Perrot was the master of the Russian Imperial Ballet.
The work is special because the Paris Opera had burned down the year before Degas created the work.
This is one of many paintings by Degas that depict ballet.
The work now hangs in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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About The Degas The Dance Class Print
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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.