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Yes, he did, bot more dancers and horses.

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Degas painted in the impressionist style.


Degas was most famous for his painting of ballet and of dance. He also began his career painting portraits, though. Some of his other works include portraits, sketches of women, sculptures (mostly of dancers and ballerinas), and some landscapes.


A SELF-portrait is painted of the artist by himself. So, Degas himself.


Ballet dancers, portraits of people, race horses.


From 1852 till his death in 1917.


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Oil paint and in some cases pastels.


Most painters after 1450 have used oil paint. So did Degas.


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Not the exterior, but on painting is called Miss Cassatt in the Louvre.



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Edgar Degas was born on July 19, 1834.


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