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Dancing Girl, Fin DArabesque, 1877 Giclee Print by Edgar Degas at Art.com
Edgar Degas - End of the Arabesque, c. 1877 - Fine Art Print
Fin d’Arabesque, ballerina Rosita Mauri (c. 1877). Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917). Pastel, essence and oil on paper. Paris, Musée d’Orsay. Mauri (Catalan, 1849-1923) began her dancing career in 1865 and went on to became one of Europe’s principal ballerinas. After she retired from full-time dancing, she taught dancers at the Ballet d’Opera’s ‘Class of perfection’ between 1898-1920. She was frequently portrayed by artists. Degas painted her several times onstage.
"Dancing: the vertical expression of a horizontal desire legalized by music." - George Bernard Shaw
“..there is little one can say about love. It has to be lived, and it's always in motion.” ― Rumi
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Mar 1-3 Ballet Flamencos de Andalucia Cutler Majestic Theatre 617-876-4275 www.artsemerson.org
“Dance as though no one is watching you. Love as though you have never been hurt before. Sing as though no one can hear you. Live as though heaven is on earth.”
Aw, pointe. Us dancers toes/feet get ruined, but when dancing I feel so much joy and graceful on pointe that I don't care about my feet.
My daughter will be a Little Ballerina like this, no questions asked.
“Dance like there's nobody watching, Love like you'll never be hurt. Sing like there's nobody listening, And live like it's heaven on earth.” - William W. Purkey
Christine Rocas - Joffrey Ballet by Gina Uhlmann
Danceexam -embroidered on photo by jose ignacio romussi murphy
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