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Edgar Degas “Little Dancer, Aged 14”. Degas- Little Dancer. Created many paintings and sculptures of dancers Exhibited a sculpture only once to poor reviews because it was the first multimedia artwork out of wax, fabric and paint in a art scene that wanted bronze and marble sculptures

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    1. Edgar Degas“Little Dancer, Aged 14”

    2. Degas- Little Dancer • Created many paintings and sculptures of dancers • Exhibited a sculpture only once to poor reviews because it was the first multimedia artwork out of wax, fabric and paint in a art scene that wanted bronze and marble sculptures • After his death they found over 150 multimedia sculptures that Degas thought would disintegrate before anyone could see them • After his death people decided to cast his sculptures in bronze, but tried to get the original feeling by using fabric

    3. Personal Thoughts on Degas • Now answer one of the following ?’s or come up with your own ideas how your artwork relates to your life. • Take all the time provided and write at least a half page (you will be sharing these with your neighbor when we’re done) • Do you think it’s fair for people to show his sculptures when he never intended them to be scene? Should they have left them alone instead of casting them in bronze to make them more permanent? If you were going to make an artwork based on contemporary dancers what would it look like?