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The 1000++ Artworks created around 1875 and containing the word edgar degas, impressionism, 1875

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Edgar Degas - Place de la ConcordePlace de la ConcordeEdgar Degas

Place de la Concorde or Viscount Lepic and his Daughters Crossing the Place de la Concorde or Ludovic Lepic and his Daughter is an 1875 oil by Edgar Degas. It depicts the cigar smoking Vicomte Ludovic-Napoléon Lepic, his daughters, and his dog, and a solitary man on the left in Place de la Concorde ...

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Claude Monet - Red Boats, Argenteuil, 1875 (oil on canvas)Red Boats, Argenteuil, 1875 (oil on canvas)Claude Monet

Monet returned to France from London in 1872 and settled in Argenteuil (a town on a picturesque stretch of the Seine, eleven kilometres from central Paris), where he lived until 1876. His contemporaries Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Édouard Manet and Alfred Sisley joined him and, for a time, Argenteuil bec...

Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, United States)
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Edgar Degas - The Absinthe DrinkerThe Absinthe DrinkerEdgar Degas

L'Absinthe (The Absinthe Drinker or Glass of Absinthe) is a 1876 painting. It depicts two figures, a woman and man, who sit in the center and right of this painting, respectively. The man, wearing a hat, looks right, off the canvas, while the woman, dressed formally and also wearing a hat, stares va...

Musée d'Orsay (Paris, France)
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Edgar Degas - The Tub 1The Tub 1Edgar Degas
70 x 70 cm, (1886)

The Tub (1886) is part of Impressionist Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas's series of women bathing and dressing, in which he pioneered a new approach to the nude. The academic formulation of the nude was based on beauty, and the figure was composed in a way that celebrated the regularity of proportion an...

Hill-Stead Museum (Farmington, United States)
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Edgar Degas - Dancers in PinkDancers in PinkEdgar Degas

A keen observer of women, Degas cultivated an objectivity that allowed him to catch his subjects in poses as natural and spontaneous as those in a photograph.

Hill-Stead Museum (United States)