Dancer Taking a Bow

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– Degas is very skillful at depicting movement especially from a spectator’s point of view. He was mostly fascinated with dance which he portrayed by showing the dancer’s hard work, the boredom, and the common beauty behind the scenes.
– The smile on the dancer’s face shows just how much she enjoyed performing. Let the pure joy emanating from the ballerina reach into your heart.

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Dancer Taking a Bow depicts a solitary dancer with a bouquet of flowers taking a bow after a performance. During the 1870s, Degas made a lot of ballet themed paintings. The use of pastels in this painting created a luminous effect and gave the artwork a wide range of textures

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