Degas The Dance Class Art Shirt

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Degas Art Shirt Beautifully Printed with the 1874 Painting Dance Lessons.

All Season 3/4 Sleeve Shirt

Flattering Scoop Neck

Slightly Fitted Style

65% Polyester / 35% Cotton

Medium Weight Knit Fabric

Degas Art on Front, Back & Sleeves.

Art Shirts Sizing Info:

• Small: 32" - 34" Bust - 24" Long

• Medium: 36" - 38" Bust - 26" Long

• Large: 38" - 40" Bust - 27" Long

• X-Large: 42" - 44" Bust - 28" Long

This New Art Shirt by Breeke & Co is beautifully printed with with Edgar Degas's Ballet Lessons painting. This Degas art shirt is made from medium weight soft stretchy poly cotton that isn't too heavy but not too light. The fashionable 3/4 sleeves are perfect for all seasons and the wide scoop neck and slightly fitted cut of this art top are flattering to all body styles.

Recommended Care: This Monet shirt is fade resistant so you can Hand or Machine wash Gentle. Cold Water - Mild Detergent - No Bleach. Hang Dry or Tumble Dry on Low Heat. This beautiful Monet top is truly a piece of art - treat it with care and you will preserve the bright colors for many seasons of wear.

This Edgar Degas Shirt features the painting Dance Class painted in 1874. One of his most recognized works, this Degas painting shows Ballet dancers at rehearsal, resting, stretching and even adjusting their hair, ribbons or an earring as their instructor, Jules Perrot, a real-life ballet master is instructing them.

Edgar Degas Edgar Degas was born in 1834 in Paris France to a wealthy family. Rejecting his father's wishes for become a lawyer, he went to Italy in 1854 to study the art of the masters. His paintings were exhibited at the Paris Salon beginning in 1865 but attracted little attention until he transitioned to more contemporary subjects. Although he is considered one of the founders of impressionism, he did not identify himself with other impressionists of his time and always painted indoors due to poor eyesight and sensitivity to light. Dancer on Stage with a Bouquet was created in 1876 and is a pastel on paper. It is one of his many works featuring ballet dancers, a favorite subject, and one which he is most famous for. In his later years he turned to sculpture because of his failing eyesight and produced over 150 wax images including his famous The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer. Degas died in Paris in 1917 at the age of 83.