Dancers Practicing at the Barre was painted by Edgar Degas in 1877. This painting appears to give a random glance through an open door into a dance studio, yet, as always with Degas, the composition was meticulously worked out and the figures carefully rendered. Degas created a witty analogy between the watering can (used to wet down the dust on the studio floor) and the dancer at the right. Famous ballet paintings for sale
The handle on the side imitates the dancer’s left arm, the handle at the top mimics her head, and the spout approximates her right arm and raised leg. This painting can be reproduced by Daydaypaint.com. Original Dimensions: Height: 75.6 cm, Width: 81.3 cm. Other sizes and custom sizes are available, Please Contact with us by email: email@example.com.