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The 6 Artworks of Edgar Degas and of topic Cotton

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Edgar Degas - A Cotton Office in New OrleansA Cotton Office in New OrleansEdgar Degas

In 1872, Degas traveled with his brother Rene to New Orleans, Louisiana, to visit their uncle, Michel Musson. After his departure in 1873 back to France was delayed, he decided to paint to pass the time, and intended this painting to be sold to a British textile merchant. But, a worldwide decline in...

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Edgar Degas - Portraits in a New Orleans Cotton officePortraits in a New Orleans Cotton officeEdgar Degas

Portraits in a New Orleans Cotton office is an 1873 oil painting by Edgar Degas. The painting depicts the moment when his uncle Michel Musson's cotton brokerage business went bankrupt in an economic crash, according to Michael McMahon of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The firm was swamped by the postw...