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French artist Edgar Degas (1834 - 1917) clearly displayed his love for art at an early age, creating enough art to manifest a studio room in his home. Heeding urgings of his father, nineteen-year-old Degas entered law school, but after two years of futile efforts, left for the prominent fine art school École des Beaux-Arts where he studied for three years. From there, he moved to Italy and continued producing art. Painter Degas returned to France in 1859 where he produced an array of historical paintings and then switched his focus to present-day material. In 1870, Edgar Degas’ paintings took a pause as he enlisted to serve on the National Guard. Moving on, Degas moved to the United States to live with some relatives and resumed painting, this time portraits and other pieces.

In 1873, Edgar Degas once again returned to his native Paris. Unfortunately, the year after his return, his father died and in dealing with his estate, the family learned of a massive debt accrued by Degas’ brother René. To repay the debts, Edgar Degas began to rely on selling his artwork to earn a profit. During this time, Edgar Degas and like-minded artists formed an independent art exhibition group - the Impressionist Exhibitions. Edgar Degas refused to accept his label as an Impressionist artist and actively tried to incorporate more conservative and non-Impressionist artists into this independent society. In time, the group broke up and Edgar Degas’ personal success increased.

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Edgar Degas original lithograph "Dans les coulisses"
1,000.00
Edgar Degas original lithograph Dans les coulisses
Medium: original lithograph. Printed in Paris in 1919 by H. Floury for the rare Paul Lafond catalogue raisonné. This impression on wove paper, issued just two years after the death of Degas, is tipped onto a larger support sheet (attached by the publisher along the top edge). Sheet size: 8 1/2 x 6 inches (215 x 153 mm). Signed in the stone; not hand-signed.
Edgar Degas lithograph "Deux hommes en pied"
400.00
Edgar Degas lithograph Deux hommes en pied
Medium: lithograph (after the 1862 Degas painting). This exquisite lithograph on quality Arches paper was printed in Paris at the Mourlot studio in 1973 in an edition of 1000 for the Collection Pierre Lévy deluxe portfolio. The image measures 21 x 16 inches (540 x 406 mm) and the full sheet is 26 x 20 inches. Not signed.
Edgar Degas pochoir "Danseuse rajustant son brodequin"
350.00
Edgar Degas Danseuse rajustant son brodequin
Medium: pochoir (after the drawing). Printed in Paris in 1919 by H. Floury for the rare Paul Lafond catalogue raisonné. A nice impression on wove paper, issued just two years after the death of Degas. Sheet size: 10 x 7 1/2 inches (257 x 190 mm). Not signed.
Edgar Degas "Etude de nu pour les malheurs de la Ville d'Orleans"
300.00
Degas "Etude de nu pour les malheurs de la Ville d'Orleans"
Medium: pochoir (after the drawing). Printed in Paris in 1918 by H. Floury for the rare Paul Lafond catalogue raisonné. Sheet size: 10 x 7 1/2 inches (255 x 195 mm). Not signed.

Condition: there is a bump to the top right corner.
Edgar Degas etching "Chevaux au paturage"
300.00
Edgar Degas etching Chevaux au paturage, Degas 1892 Impressionist Art L'Art Impressionniste
Medium: etching (after the painting). This beautiful piece was etched by Auguste Lauzet after Degas, and published in Paris in 1892 by Chamerot et Renouard, for the very rare volume "L'Art Impressionniste", featuring etchings after important artworks in the private collection of M. Durand-Ruel, which was at the time was one of the world's foremost collections of Impressionist art. This print is a fine impression printed on cream laid paper, with a platemark (not shown here in this photo) and good margins; the plate measures 5 x 6 inches. Not signed. A nice find, with no others currently offered on the market.
Edgar Degas pochoir "La fille Elisa"
250.00
Edgar Degas pochoir La fille Elisa
Medium: collotype with pochoir coloring (after the Degas drawing). This magnificent print is from Henri Riviere's rare "Le Dessins de Degas" portfolio, issued in Paris in 1922 by Demotte in an edition of 250. Printed on laid paper, the actual print measures 5 x 16 inches (127 x 410 mm) and was mounted by the publisher onto a larger support sheet (glued along the top edge and part of the left edge). Signed in the plate, not by hand. This impression bears the publisher's blindstamp near the lower right.
Edgar Degas lithograph Danseuse
250.00
Edgar Degas lithograph Danseuse
Medium: lithograph with pochoir coloring (after the pastel). A beautiful, soft and delicate impression, printed in Paris in 1948 in an edition of 1200 by Braun et Cie. Sheet size: 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches (165 x 115mm); printed to the edge of the sheet with no margins. Signed in the plate; not hand-signed.
Edgar Degas lithograph Danseuse
250.00
Edgar Degas lithograph Danseuse
Medium: lithograph with pochoir coloring (after the pastel). A beautiful, soft and delicate impression, printed in Paris in 1948 in an edition of 1200 by Braun et Cie. Sheet size: 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches (165 x 115mm); printed to the edge of the sheet with no margins. Not signed.
Edgar Degas pochoir "Standing Man in a Bowler Hat"
225.00
Edgar Degas pochoir "Standing Man in a Bowler Hat"
Medium: collotype with pochoir coloring (after the Degas drawing). From Henri Riviere's rare "Le Dessins de Degas" portfolio, issued in Paris in 1922 by Demotte in an edition of 250. Printed on wove paper, the actual print measures 13 x 8 inches (327 x 200 mm) and was mounted by the publisher onto a larger support sheet (glued along the top edge and part of the left edge). Signed in the plate, not by hand. This impression bears the publisher's blindstamp near the lower right.
Edgar Degas etching "Chevaux au paturage"
200.00
Edgar Degas etching Chevaux au paturage, Degas 1892 Impressionist Art L'Art Impressionniste
Medium: etching (after the painting). Etched by French artist Frederic Auguste Laguillermie after the Degas painting. Published in Paris in 1873 by the Galerie Durand-Ruel for the rare "Recueil D'Estampes Gravees a L'Eau-Forte" portfolio. This impression is on cream laid paper and the plate size is 5 3/8 x 6 5/8 inches (135 x 170 mm). Plate-signed, not hand-signed.

Condition: there are two spots inside the etched image where the paper is thin and one small hole (just outside the platemark at the top left).
Edgar Degas "Etude pour une pastel Coiffure"
75.00
Edgar Degas Danseuse
Medium: engraving (after the drawing). This impression is beautifully printed on Vidalon wove paper, and was published in Paris in 1948 by Braun et Cie for a scarce portfolio. The platemark measures 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches (240 x 190 mm). There is an index number in the margin (not affecting the image). Signed by Degas in the plate (not by hand).
Edgar Degas "Etude de danseuse"
75.00
Edgar Degas Danseuse
Medium: engraving (after the drawing). This impression is beautifully printed on Vidalon wove paper, and was published in Paris in 1948 by Braun et Cie for a scarce portfolio. The platemark measures 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches (245 x 190 mm). There is an index number in the margin (not affecting the image). Signed by Degas in the plate (not by hand).
Edgar Degas "Etude de danseuses"
75.00
Edgar Degas Danseuse
Medium: engraving (after the drawing). This impression is beautifully printed on Vidalon wove paper, and was published in Paris in 1948 by Braun et Cie for a scarce portfolio. The platemark measures 9 3/4 x 7 1/4 inches (245 x 180 mm). There is an index number in the margin (not affecting the image). Signed by Degas in the plate (not by hand).
   
 

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