Talking Points: Charcoal Drawings by Degas
A collection of imagery to explore work in charcoal by Edgar Degas.
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Charcoal Drawings by Edgar Degas
Seated Dancer, 1873–74
Edgar Degas. Charcoal, Graphite and Chalk on Pink Paper
Violinist, Study for “The Dance Lesson” ca. 1878–79
Edgar Degas. Charcoal and Graphite on Green Paper