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"Little Fourteen Year Old Dancer - Bronze Sculpture - Edgar Degas"
This little fourteen-year-old dancer was designed by French artist Edgar Degas between 1875 and 1880 and was first realised in wax. It is one of the most important sculptures of French Impressionism. Today, the original wax figurine is displayed in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, and a bronze replica of the dancer can be found in the collection of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. The motif of the little fourteen-year-old dancer depicts a young girl in a traditional ballet position. Her body emanates an aura of confidence, tension and tranquility at the same time. With a slightly raised head, the female dancer looks around the room. The surface of this impressionist bronze statue is very detailed, which can be seen in the areas of the dress, the face and the hair in particular. The contemporary bronze figurine is placed on a discreet bronze base and bears the signature of the artist.
The production of our bronze figurines is subject to strict quality guidelines. All of the bronze figurines in our assortment are created via the lost wax technique and are cast and refined by hand.
Edgar Degas was one of the most influential artists of the 19th century. His drawings, paintings, graphic prints and sculptures are associated with Realism and Impressionism. His female dancers and nudes are said to be particularly fascinating, and they are the works that made Degas famous.
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