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Edgar Degas.

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Hilaire-Germain-Edgar de Gas.

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Edgar Degas' full name is Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas. He was born on July 19th 1834. He later became a famous French artist for his paintings, sculptures, and drawings.


Rupert Degas's birth name is Degas, Rupert Joel.


He was a full time artist.


No, he died alone and full of regrets.


Edgar Degas can only be written in French.


His middle name was Germain. :)


Edgar Degas was 83 when he died on September 27, 1917. He was born in Paris. Interesting facts: Edgar Degas original name was 'Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas'. When his parents moved to paris their last name was Degas, but his father changed it to "De Gas" to seem more Parisian. In adulthood, Edgar changed his back to Degas.



Degas lived 1834-1917.


Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas.



No, Degas did not have kids because he did not have a wife.


Rupert Degas is 5' 10".


Edgar Degas's birth name is Hilaire-Germain-Edgar De Gas.


Degas painted in the impressionist style.


Edgar Degas was born on July 19, 1834.


Edgar Degas' brother. He was a cotton broker in New Orleans.


Rupert Degas was born on August 17, 1970.


There are two Degas paintings of that name. One from 1890, now in the Orsay Museum, Paris. The other from 1898/99, now in the Pushkin Museum, Moscow.


I was doing a school report on Edgar Degas......because his mother died when Degas was 13 he became quite ill tempered.


As he got older, Degas slowly began to lose his eyesight.


About 1200 Degas paintings are known today.


No, Edgar Degas never married. people thought he was annoying at times.


Edgar Degas died on September 27, 1917 at the age of 83.


Degas died on September 27 1917 in Paris France. He died when he was 84...



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