Titled in the French language of artist Edgar Degas (1834-1917), "La Classe de Danse" was painted sometime between 1871 and 1874. Degas loved to go backstage at the Paris Opera House. He spent a lot of time in the dance studio. From the 1870s on, his favorite subjects were ballerinas at work, in rehearsal, or at rest. This painting and many other works reflect this passion.
By: Edgar Degas
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