List of illustrations

  • Interior
  • Landscape
  • The Rehearsal
  • After the Bath
  • Study for "Woman Seated beside a Vase of Flowers (Madame Paul Valpinçon?)
  • A Woman Seated beside a Vase of Flowers (Madame Paul Valpinçon?)
  • Landscape
  • A Ballet Dancer in Position Facing Three-Quarters Front
  • After the Bath, Woman Drying Herself
  • After the Bath
  • Study of a Horse from the Parthenon Frieze
  • Studies for "The Daughter of Jephthah"
  • The Daughter of Jephthah
  • Portrait of a Woman, after a Drawing in the Uffizi then attributed to Leonardo da Vinci
  • Study for "Diego Martelli
  • Lorenzo Pagans, Spanish Tenor, and Auguste De Gas, Father of the Artist
  • Cotton Merchants in New Orleans
  • Mme Olivier Villette in Degas's Studio, rue Blanche
  • At the Races: the Start
  • Two Dancers Entering the Stage
  • Ballet Dancer
  • Horse with Saddle and Bridle
  • Little Dancer, Aged Fourteen
  • The Road in the Forest
  • Mlle Dihau at the Piano
  • Untitled (Cape Hornu, near Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme)
  • Young Woman Lying on a Chaise Lounge
  • The Masseuse
  • Giulia Bellelli, Study for The Bellelli Family
  • Study for "Edmond Duranty" (facsimile reproduction)
  • The Glove
  • Half-Length Study of a Woman
  • After the Bath, Woman Drying Her Hair
  • Head of a Man
  • Dancers, Nude Study
  • Horses and Riders on a Road
  • Self-Portrait
  • Study for "Julie Bertey
  • Young Woman in Street Costume
  • Study for "Diego Martelli
  • Old Tales (Les Vieilles Histoires)
  • Six Friends at Dieppe
  • At the Races in the Country
  • Untitled (The Hourdel Road, Near Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme)
  • Study for "Young Spartans Exercising
  • The Song Rehearsal
  • After the Bath (Woman Drying Herself)
  • Arabesque over the Right Leg, Left Arm in Line
  • Grande Arabesque, Third Time
  • Horse Trotting, the Feet Not Touching the Ground
  • Woman Taken Unawares
  • Dancer Rubbing Her Knee
  • A Nude Youth Crawling, Study for Young Spartans Exercising
  • Lorenzo de' Medici and Attendants, after "The Procession of the Magi," by Benozzo Gozzoli
  • Three Pages, after "The Procession of the Magi," by Benozzo Gozzoli
  • Study for "James-Jacques-Joseph-Tissot
  • Mounted Jockey
  • Head of a Bearded Old Man, after a Drawing in the Louvre by François Clouet
  • Three Mounted Jockeys
  • Mourners, after "Sacrament of Extreme Unction," by Nicolas Poussin
  • Mounted Jockey
  • Portrait of a Woman, after Anthony van Dyck
  • Studies of Figures after Judgment of Paris and Parnassus
  • Italian Girl
  • Studies for "The Daughter of Jephthah" (verso)
  • Three Drapery Studies from the Parthenon Frieze
  • René de Gas, Convalescent
  • A Young Woman Reclining in a Chair
  • Édouard Manet
  • A Nude Figure Bathing
  • Sketches of Dancers
  • Virgin and Child, after a Painting in the Collection of Edmond Beaucousin, Paris, by a Follower of Leonardo da Vinci
  • Giovanna Bellelli
  • View of Mount Vesuvius
  • Nude Woman Standing, Drying Herself
  • Mary Cassatt at the Louvre: the Paintings Gallery
  • Nude Woman Standing, Drying Herself
  • Pauline and Virginie Cardinal Conversing with Admirers
  • The Engraver Joseph Tourny
  • Song of the Scissors
  • Leaving the Bath
  • After the Bath III
  • On Stage III
  • René de Gas, the Artist's Brother
  • Untitled (Self-Portrait in Library)
  • Untitled (Madeleine Escudier Lerolle and Henry Lerolle)
  • Untitled (Negative Print of Degas's Painting "Woman Ironing," Lemoisne 687)
  • Untitled (Negative Print of Degas's Painting "Woman Ironing," Lemoisne 361)
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Director's Foreword
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Acknowledgments
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Richard Wilbur (Contributor)
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A rushing music, seizing on her dance ...
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In his memoirs, Paul Joseph Sachs, Harvard Class of 1900, professor of fine arts, and associate director of the Fogg Art Museum, wrote: “Indeed, I have given proof of my faith by collecting twenty-nine works by Degas, for I am convinced that he was one of the greatest nineteenth-century French artists ...
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Sixty years ago—in 1944 to be precise—I went to Harvard to take the Museum Course ...
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