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Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
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Exhibition Podcasts - Degas

Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structures Exhibition (January 25 - April 27, 2008)

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Introduction by Executive Director George S. Bolge

 

EDGAR DEGAS, Horse with Jockey, Horse Galloping on Right Foot, Back Left only Touching the Ground, 1879-1881, cast in bronze, 26.1 x 34.3 x 17.9 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structures, Bronze No. 25

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EDGAR DEGAS, Horse Trotting, Feet, Not Touching The Ground, 1879-1881, cast in bronze, 22.5 x 27 x 12.7 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structure Exhibition, Bronze No. 49

EDGAR DEGAS, Horse Walking, 1881, cast in bronze, 23.5 x 11.4 x 21.6 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structures, Bronze No. 11

EDGAR DEGAS, Rearing Horse, 1865-1881, cast in bronze, 30.9 x 22 x 26.3 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Strucutres Exhibition, Bronze No. 4

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EDGAR DEGAS, Dancer Looking at the Sole of her Right Foot, 1882-1895, cast in bronze, 46.2 x 25 x 18 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structures Exhibition, Bronze No. 40

EDGAR DEGAS, Dancer Fourth Position Front, on Left Leg, 1882-1895, cast in bronze, 60.3 x 36 x 37 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structures, Bronze No. 58

EDGAR DEGAS, Little Dancer, Aged 14, 1888, cast in bronze with tulle skirt and satin ribbon, 98 x 35.2 x 24.5 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structures Exhibition, Bronze No. 73

EDGAR DEGAS, The Tub, 1889, cast in bronze, 24 x 47 x 42 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structures, Bronze. No. 2

EDGAR DEGAS, Picking Apples, 1860, cast in bronze, 45.6 x 48.5 x 6 centimeters, Degas in Bronze: The Complete Structures, Bronze No. 37

EDGAR DEGAS, Woman Bathing in a Shallow Tub, 1886, pastel, Edgar Degas Exhibition



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