Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty | MoMA

Edgar Degas is a painter of journalist of ballets. During his time in the 1870’s his work was considered to be highly experimental. His paintings are monotone, meaning that they only feature a single color. Degas’s works showcase a move away from traditionalism, and boldly show the possibilities of engaging in abstraction.

Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty | MoMA

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