Degas at the Racesby Jean Sutherland Boggs, Shelley Sturman, Daphne S. Barbour, Kimberly Jones
This beautiful book reproduces more than 120 paintings, drawings, pastels, sculptures, and prints of horses and scenes at the racecourse-all created by Edgar Degas. Examining for the first time Degas's lifelong interest in the world of jockeys and horses, the book discusses the artist's portrayals of people at the racing grounds and the importance of the horse as a source of his inspiration.
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