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Answered 2011-06-30 09:49:42

Most of Degas's work was in oil paint.

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From about 1880 Degas concentrated on pastel.

He also experimented with etchings, lithographs and monotypes.

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Edgar Degas was an artist in the 19th century, who worked most notably with the subject of dance and dancers. He first studied art at Ecole des Beaux-Arts, under the tutelage of Louis Lamothe. It is often mentioned that Degas was heavily influenced by Manet.

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I think he used texture and space :) hope that helps :)

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Oil. I saw the painting in the Minneapolis art museum.

He is famous for his studies of ballet dancers in rehearsal and on stage.Several portraits of his relatives, best known is The Bellelli Family.

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