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  • Kelsea Taylor

    Degas dancers the Met - Aspiring Kennedy

  • Erin McGrath Kaus

    Does this look familiar Sarah? I'm trying to find the artwork that used to hang at the studio.

  • TBA

    Edgar Degas, Ballet Rehearsal, 1875

  • Katya S.

    DEGAS Ballet Dancers

  • Art Gaga

    Artist: Degas #Painting Title: The #Dance Class 1874 Available in eight sizes with 50% off on framing. Free shipping worldwide.

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