London's Royal Academy of Arts Celebrates Edgar Degas

Your art aficionado clients can admire master artist Edgar Degas' famous ballet paintings and sculptures at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Visitors can see 85 paintings, sculptures, pastels, drawings, prints and photographs by Degas, as well as photographs by his contemporaries and examples of early film.

This landmark exhibition focuses on Degas' preoccupation with movement, exploring the artist's original methods of viewing and recording dance.

One of the highlights of the exhibition is the popular sculpture Little Dancer Aged Fourteen, which will be displayed alongside Degas' preparatory drawings.

Among the best-known paintings on show are:

    * Dancer Posing for a Photograph
    * Dancer en Pointe
    * The Dance Lesson
    * Dancers in a Rehearsal Room with a Double Bass
    * Three Dancers

Degas at the Royal Academy runs through December 11. Click here for more information and tickets.

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