Edgar Degas: Dancer in the Role of Harlequin sculpture
For his sculptures as well as for his paintings, Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917) found a ready source of inspiration in the ballet dancers of the Paris Opéra. Fascinated by the dynamics of movement, the artist created a series of works depicting various positions of dance. Our reproduction is based on an original bronze sculpture probably modeled about 1884–85 and cast in 1920.
|Acanthus large fireplace mantel|
|Dimensions: Outside Dimensions: W: 87.5" H: 55.5" D: 16"-17.5" Inner firelace opneining dimensions: W: 47.5" maximum (the legs are adjustable to decrease the 47.5" maximum to desirable distance); H: 43"|
|Dimensions: W 21.75" H: 6.5" D: 25.5" (55cm x 17cm x 65cm)|
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