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The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas
The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas

The Orchestra of the Opera - Edgar Degas

When he painted this picture, Edgard Degas knew the Paris Opera well. But one would be mistaken if one thought that this painting was a realistic representation of the orchestra of the Paris Opera in 1870. In addition to the fact that several of the figures in the painting were not instrumentalists, Degas, in order to emphasize his friend, the bassoonist Désiré Dihau, has placed him in the front row, whereas the bassoon was usually placed behind the cellos and double basses. This change was as deliberate as the highly original framing of the painting, which shows the orchestra at an angle and only the dancers' legs and tutus.

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When he painted this picture, Edgard Degas knew the Paris Opera well. But one would be mistaken if one thought that this painting was a realistic representation of the orchestra of the Paris Opera in 1870. In addition to the fact that several of the figures in the painting were not instrumentalists, Degas, in order to emphasize his friend, the bassoonist Désiré Dihau, has placed him in the front row, whereas the bassoon was usually placed behind the cellos and double basses. This change was as deliberate as the highly original framing of the painting, which shows the orchestra at an angle and only the dancers' legs and tutus.

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