"Laundry Girls Ironing" at Galerie Durand-Ruel (after) Edgar Degas, 1960
Artist: Edgard Degas
Medium: Lithographic Poster
Dimensions: 29 x 19.75 in
Excellent condition - A+
Step into the captivating world of Edgar Degas with this extraordinary lithographic poster featuring his renowned painting "Laundry Girls Ironing." Originally created in 1884, this masterpiece is part of the esteemed collection of the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.
The poster was specifically designed to promote the exhibition of Edgar Degas' paintings at Galerie Durand-Ruel in 1960. It captures the essence of Degas' exceptional talent, presenting a scene of everyday life that reveals the artist's keen observation and masterful technique.
Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was a prominent French Impressionist painter known for his extraordinary depictions of ballet dancers, horse races, and intimate glimpses into the lives of Parisian women. Degas' unique approach to composition, use of light and shade, and ability to capture movement with precision continue to inspire art enthusiasts worldwide.
This lithographic poster showcases Degas' "Laundry Girls Ironing" with its meticulous attention to detail and evocative portrayal of ordinary women engaged in their work. It allows you to bring a piece of Degas' timeless artistry into your own space, appreciating the beauty and grace that he effortlessly captures on canvas.
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